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PC GONE TOO FAR: San Francisco Board Votes To Re-Brand “Convicted Felons” As “Justice-Involved Persons”


It’s official. Liberals are now defending the rights of convicted felons to not be called, well, convicted felons.

As part of new “person first” language rules voted in by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors criminal justice words are being “sanitized.”

Basically, political correctness is now being extended into the world of crooks and crime. 

So, for instance, the term “convicted felon” shall now be replaced with “justice-involved person” or “returning resident” in San Francisco.

Another example: “person on parole” becomes “person under supervision.”

Yet another: “juvenile delinquent” is now “young person impacted by the juvenile justice system.”

Yeah. This is real.

Keep in mind this is Pelosi’s district – the same city where pooping on the streets is so commonplace that there’s an app for it.



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