Liberals “reforming” the criminal justice system in California have done just that, but not in a good way. Violent crime is everywhere and Californians are trying to stop it by recalling the District Attorneys in major cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles. Recently, a beloved NASCAR driver was stabbed to death while getting gas.
Former NASCAR driver Bobby East was killed at a 76 gas station in Westminster, California at around 5:51 p.m. on Wednesday. He was 37. He was found with a “serious stab” wound to his chest and later died at the hospital. Trent William Millsap, 27, was suspected of the stabbing, but he initially got away. Not surprisingly, Millsap had an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
Police said that Millsap was “transient and known to frequent Westminster, Garden Grove, and Anaheim motels.” A California SWAT team shot and klled Millsap within days after he was able to kill East.
The United States Auto Club released this statement: “Bobby was an immediate success in his USAC career. His first career triumph with the USAC National Midgets in 2001 at Schererville, Indiana’s Illiana Motor Speedway made Bobby the youngest USAC national feature winner ever at the time, at the age of 16. His three winning performances in 2001 made him the winningest USAC National Midget Rookie in more than a quarter century. Ultimately, he was rewarded as the series’ Rookie of the Year.”
NASCAR said, NASCAR is deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of Bobby East. We extend our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Bobby, a true racer.”
Transient, or homeless, people are a big problem in California. Recently, an Olympic volleyball player was attacked by one just after lunch in Los Angeles. Now Bobby East loses his life. Progressive criminal justice reforms just don’t work. Do you agree?