It’s been two weeks since California con-artist ratchet Mom Kylie Kirkpatrick was arrested by the Napa Police and charged with 7 felonies. I have four updates, some of which I’ve discussed on live show, and some that I have not:
- Kylie was charged with an 8th felony for child abuse, so God knows what the cops found when they raided her house
- Kylie’s $100K bail meant absolutely nothing thanks to California’s AB 109, which amongst other things allows “non-violent” criminals like Kylie Kirkpatrick to be released on recognizance, no matter how high the bail is
- Despite the felony charge of child abuse Kylie was reunited with her son Ryan just days after her release
- Kylie is now delivering food for Instacart
And you guys thought Massachusetts was bad.
This convicted criminal (how quickly we forget that Kylie served time in prison for a variety of charges) is now being trusted with people’s names, addresses, phone numbers, and whatever other information you have to give them to deliver your groceries during a pandemic. Apparently just like the Napa Valley Register, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and the Oakland Raiders, Instacart doesn’t do background searches either. Multiple people have tried reaching out to Instacart with their concern but haven’t had success getting through because they’re likely very busy these days.
But yea, this is what politicians mean when they use buzzwords like “criminal justice reform.” It’s really just code for “let all the assholes like Kylie Kirkpatrick out of jail and pat ourselves on the back for being progressive.” Never forget…..
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