Riverside County Sheriff backs Trump: “It’s time we put a felon in the White House”


California’s Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco announced his support for former President Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election, stating “it’s time we put a felon in the White House.”

The California sheriff openly criticized Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), California Attorney General Rob Bonta, and the state legislature for budget cuts, early prisoner releases, and policies that supposedly make incarcerating individuals more difficult, indicating a perceived indifference to crime.

“For the past 30 years, I’ve been dedicated to keeping our community safe by arresting criminals and ensuring they stay off our streets,” Bianco began, and continued:

For the last five years, I’ve been very vocal about our governor cutting budgets for corrections, releasing prisoners early, and closing facilities. I’ve criticized our state legislature for enacting laws that complicate imprisoning people, and I’ve spoken out against our attorney general for apparent indifference to crime, undermining law enforcement.

Bianco elaborated that Newsom and the state legislature’s favorable stance toward criminals is predicated on the belief that criminals are victims of societal circumstances rather than being accountable for their actions.

The sheriff added that the governor stated that law enforcement is “systemically racist,” with similar claims about laws and the judicial system from the legislature.

“I’m exhausted and beginning to question if my stance has been wrong,” Bianco revealed, and continued:

I’m considering switching allegiances. It may upset some of you, but I think maybe the other side is on to something, although they’re not going far enough.

Bianco argued that instead of freeing criminals and providing them with substances, it was time to elect a criminal to the White House.

“I believe it’s time we put a felon in the White House,” Bianco declared. “Trump 2024, baby. Let’s save this country and make America great again.”

Bianco’s statement follows a recent guilty verdict by a Manhattan jury, which found Trump guilty on 34 counts of first-degree falsification of business records related to payments to adult entertainment star, Stormy Daniels, during the 2016 presidential campaign.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bianco refused to enforce stay-at-home orders, arguing that he wouldn’t “criminalize business owners, single mothers, and other healthy individuals” exercising “their constitutional rights.”

Recently, in January, Bianco celebrated the blocking of a gun control law in the state, voicing concerns over California’s “pro-criminal stance” while law-abiding gun owners appeared to be unfairly targeted.

Elizabeth Weibel
Elizabeth Weibel
Maryland raised. Virginia based.

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