An Out of Touch Newspaper
By: Bill O'ReillyJune 6, 2022
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After reading the Los Angeles Times over the past few days, I understand why the once-respected newspaper will most likely go out of business. At least, its print edition will.

The paper is incredibly out of touch with working, non-ideological people who simply want a decent life for themselves and their families.

Example. In both LA and San Francisco, homeless drug addicts are battering law-abiding citizens. Everyone knows this. We can see it with our own eyes. The crime statistics are staggering. And for every crime, victims suffer.

Yet, the LA Times is not outraged by the addicted criminal or the outrageous District Attorneys who refuse to prosecute them. No, the newspaper wants to make it easier to procure and use narcotics without any legal restraints.

This, of course, is madness and insulting to the good people being victimized by the irresponsible behavior of the addicted criminals.

Let me be even more blunt. No American has the right to publicly intoxicate him or herself and practice criminality in the process. Do we all understand the public safety threat here?

Apparently, the uber-liberal Los Angeles Times does not.

We'll continue our reporting on this tonight on the No Spin News.

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