90 Miles From Tyranny : San Francisco Officials Introduce 'CAREN Act' to Punish 'Discriminatory' 911 Calls

Thursday, July 9, 2020

San Francisco Officials Introduce 'CAREN Act' to Punish 'Discriminatory' 911 Calls

Democrats are doing everything in their power to intimidate white women and make them terrified to call 911 when they feel threatened by non-white suspects.

Not only do white women face the threat of being turned into the next "Karen" and doxed, demonized, fired and inundated with death threats on social media but soon they may face being charged with "hate crimes" and being sued for civil damages.

The statewide AB1550 bill would also make it a hate crime to make "racially-motivated" 911 calls and open you up to civil damages.

Following a spate of high-profile 911 calls against people of color, San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday introduced an ordinance that would make discriminatory calls for police illegal.
Walton dubbed the ordinance the Caren Act (Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies), in an apparent nod to the popularized slang name that refers to an entitled white woman complaining about people of color. The legislation would amend the San Francisco Police Code to make it unlawful for someone to "fabricate false racially biased emergency reports," according to a news release from Walton.

"This is the CAREN we need," Walton tweeted.

The law aims to "protect the rights of communities of color who are often targeted and victims of fraudulent...

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  1. All the more reason to not bother calling 911. Ever. The Second Amendment is the number I call when I am confronted with a threat. A call to the coroner requesting a pick up soon follows.

  2. So NOW they are concerned about fraudulent calls to police. I might direct them to Jussie Smollet (probably spelled wrong, but I don't consider him worthy of finding out correct spelling).

  3. This guarantees directed violence against white women. They have just been told to accept criminal behavior against them.

  4. So I guess we are back to "shoot first, call 911 and ask questions later?"