Kasie Lee remembers the first time she encountered Chesa Boudin. It was 2019, and Boudin, a recently announced candidate for district attorney, attended a meeting of the “Chinese Six Companies,” the more than century-old alliance of Chinatown community groups officially known as the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.
Chesa Boudin is just doing what he pledged to do; thus, a recall is uncalled for, or at least premature.
Successful disinformation campaigns require more than repetition. They demand that opposing viewpoints be silenced.
Facing heavy public criticism and the possibility of a recall election, San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin walked the commercial corridor on Clement Street between Arguello Boulevard and 10th Avenue speaking to merchants about crime.