Elderly Woman Beaten by Four Juveniles in Her San Fran. Apartment Complex – RedState
Share this @internewscast.com

A 70-year-old woman was beaten and kicked in her housing complex in San Francisco. She was assaulted by four juveniles during the daytime, and the criminals did not hesitate because they thought they were untouchable due to California’s soft-on-crime policies.

The elderly woman, identified as Mrs. Ren, said, according to Fox News:

“They used their fist to hit my head multiple times and then they pulled me down and kept kicking me.”

Here is the clip of the brutal attack:

This was outrageous to watch, and the probability of these thugs not getting arrested or getting released on bail is very likely. Although San Francisco voters recalled disgraced DA Chesa Boudin, it is going to take some time for the new DA, Brooke Jenkins, to overturn Boudin’s boneheaded decisions.

For the last two years, Mrs. Ren has spent time inside her apartment due to fears of contracting COVD-19. On Sunday, she left for the first time, where she was met by four thugs who attacked her in the hallway of the apartment complex.

Mrs. Ren did not speak English, so shortly after, when she left her apartment, and the four juveniles approached her, she showed them her watch, saying it was “five o’clock.” She wasn’t sure if they understood her, but then came the brutal beating.

When the juveniles saw that she had an iPhone, they wanted to steal it, but Ren thought she could escape and ran toward a nearby elevator. The thugs followed her and began their attack.

Ren told KGO, according to Fox News:

“They got really mad and pulled me down.”

The footage showed the juveniles kicking and punching Mrs. Ren in the face. The thugs then stole her car keys, and they took turns assaulting her.

Mrs. Zheng, the daughter of Ren, said:

“Yesterday was one of the first days for a long time she went out and this is what happened.”

Regarding Asian hate crimes, Zheng said:

“I never expected this to happen to us, even though we saw a lot of reporting.”

Ren recalled:

“They search my body and I quickly realize they’re up to no good.”

She concluded by saying:

“I want this story to come out so people know and so for other people to be aware to be safe.”

There has been a wave of Asian hate crimes in San Francisco. Women have been beaten multiple times in the city. As we have reported, a transient attacked Olympian Kim Glass in July in Downtown Los Angeles.

Where is California Governor Gavin Newsom? Where is Attorney General Rob Bonta? Where are Mayor’s London Breed and Eric Garcetti? Where is the Women’s Right movement, among other individuals and groups? They tout that they care–and care the most–about women and preserving their rights. But it seems like safety is not considered to be important. None of the California “leaders” that I mentioned ever say a word about the crimes being committed against women, and those who do, once in a blue moon, take no action to stop the next hate crime or smash and grab. But they will claim to care about the victims, and care about women and their rights. The only rights those “leaders” care about, are the rights that politically benefit them.

Every single person should feel safe when they walk outside of their home, but right now, under Newsom and his appointed AG, that is not the reality for some Californians, like Mrs. Ren.

For things to change, Californians need to elect new leaders such as Nathan Hochman for AG, Rick Caruso for Mayor of Los Angeles, and Brian Dahle for Governor, among others. But the only way to do that is for people to come out in droves and vote out these ineffective, corrupt career politicians.

Share this @internewscast.com
You May Also Like
Biden Has Beaten COVID Again and... Again – RedState

Biden Has Beaten COVID Again and… Again – RedState

The White House announced that, finally, Joe has beaten back COVID. Again.…
Trump FBI raid could fuel a 2024 presidential campaign

Trump FBI raid could fuel a 2024 presidential campaign

At the Conservative Political Action Conference in Texas on Saturday, former President…
Many rescued from flash flooding in Denver as Kentucky faces possibility of further floods

Many rescued from flash flooding in Denver as Kentucky faces possibility of further floods

Firefighters rescued at least 19 people in Denver after flash floods turned…
What cat breed is most compatible with your zodiac sign?

What cat breed is most compatible with your zodiac sign?

“Garfield” cartoonist Jim Davis maintains, “We’re all motivated by the same urges.…
Justice subpoenas of Trump counsel mark turning point 

Justice subpoenas of Trump counsel mark turning point 

(The Hill) – The Justice Department’s grand jury subpoenas to former White…
Jalen Brunson, Knicks stars give NYC fans taste of what’s to come at Nike Pro City

Jalen Brunson, Knicks stars give NYC fans taste of what’s to come at Nike Pro City

Jalen Brunson received a standing ovation from the New York home crowd…
Mets' Joey Lucchesi 'close' to rehab assignments in minors

Mets’ Joey Lucchesi ‘close’ to rehab assignments in minors

Joey Lucchesi hasn’t pitched for the Mets in more than a year,…
Jose Alba (right) posed for a celebratory photo with Francisco Marte, president of the Bodega and Small Business Association of New York, on July 19 after DA Alvin Bragg dropped the murder charges against him

Bodega clerk who was charged with murder after stabbing attacker has quit his job, fled upstate

A Manhattan bodega worker who was charged with murder after defending himself…