Caitlyn Jenner Lashes Out at California Governor Gavin Newsom on the State's High Crime Rate

Bhavya Soni

Caitlyn Jenner, who is an American media personality, socialite and retired Olympic gold medal winner, and the Republican candidate for governor of California, has recently made headlines yet again. However, these times the headlines are for political reasons and not due to her being attached with the famous Kar-Jenner family clan. Read further to know about the situation which made headlines.

Caitlyn Jenner Attacks Gavin Newsom!

Caitlyn Jenner attacked Governor Gavin Newsom's response to the recent spike in crime in the state. With the recent spike in robbery, assault, and massacre cases in California, Jenner had suggested that Newsom should declare a state of emergency and bring in the National Guard.

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Not only this, but she also said on her Facebook page that Gavin is a narcissistic and inept leader and he wants to sweep the crime and brutality under the rug. She added to the post that he must rise and assist the California police officers, as well as the security of the town and city to protect the people.

In September, California Governor Gavin Newsom will face a recall election. Opponents chastised him for not being tougher during the murder spree that took place last year. Jenner also claimed that at the time, Newsom was too preoccupied with the call election to adequately handle the problem.

Crime Rates Increase After Newsom's Arrival?

The political group of Rescue California, which helped lead the recall effort, believes it hasn't done enough to reduce crime, especially since Newsom was elected in the year 2018, based on a report from the San Diego Union-Tribune. During the previous year, more than 2,200 people were killed, making it one of the bloodiest years since 2007, back when 2,258 people were killed.

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The majority of the victims were black and Latino guys. However, the number of homicides and violent crimes in the state fell to its lowest level since 1966 in 2019. In the pandemic, the state reported an overall increase in violent crimes last year. Last year's murder was also the best since 2007.

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