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Guilfoyle blasts 'dangerous' San Fran DA who was raised by Ayers, worked for Chavez


Added 01-20-20 08:29:02am EST - “Kimberly Guilfoyle, a senior adviser to President Trump's reelection campaign and former Fox News host, blasted the new San Francisco district attorney? in an op-ed Sunday, calling a recent batch of firings? "dangerous and disruptive"…” - Foxnews.com

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Kimberly Guilfoyle, a senior adviser to President Trump's reelection campaign and former Fox News host, blasted the new San Francisco district attorney in an op-ed Sunday, calling a recent batch of firings "dangerous and disruptive" and "a grave disservice to victims and the community."

Chesa Boudin, who was elected last November, was raised by Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, notorious former leaders of the Weather Underground domestic terror group. His parents, also Weather Underground members, went to jail for their part as getaway drivers in a 1981 heist of $1.6 million from a Brinks truck by a group of radical black nationalists.

In his 20s, Boudin worked for the late socialist president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez.

"As a former San Francisco assistant district attorney, I know this isn’t just a typical case of administrative shake-up," Guilfoyle said in the San Francisco Chronicle of Boudin's move to fire at least seven prosecutors from his office just days after taking office this month. "These firings weren’t based on any incompetency within the department; they were just a transparent effort to cripple the department’s prosecutorial ability. Boudin is advancing a radical ideology that’s focused on completely redesigning the city’s — and the nation’s — criminal justice system."

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