Alexandra Pierce, the founder of the HRH Collection and a fashion designer, claims that a liberal exodus is taking place in the city of Los Angeles.
In an interview with Alex Marlow, editor-in-chief of Breitbart News, broadcast on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Pierce said that she relocated the HRH Collection design studio out of downtown Los Angeles due to the growing crime rate and the misery of the homeless.
An ancient adage says something like, “At this point, I’m a sitting duck here in Los Angeles. When is the bus going to come and smash my friends and me? Taking into account what Pierce has said. This place is quickly getting unsafe. There’s no use in my remaining here after what I’ve done. I’m about to be the victim of a violent crime or have my automobile stolen.
Approximately 51% of my wholesalers are found in downtown [Los Angeles]. She called the impending move of her studio in Los Angeles a “wonderful 180.” Nonetheless, I’m getting tired of it. It’s too upsetting to think of seeing a homeless man with a huge metal rod hitting passing cars, people sleeping in the gutter, or someone with an open gash on their leg every time I walk downtown. Things went from bad to worse to worst.
The soaring crime rate in Los Angeles under District Attorney George Gascón, who is sponsored by billionaire George Soros, has Pierce worried that she may be “the next victim.” Recently, three suspects were caught after it was claimed that they had dragged to death a 63-year-old man.
Specifically, “we travel to the jewelry region to meet with our craftsmen,” as Pierce described it. And as the author puts it, “their cars are smashed into, their windows damaged,” and they “don’t show up to work because they were attacked.”
I’ve been increasingly keen on staying away from Greater Los Angeles.
Pierce made the following observation. In the listing description, I indicated that I would no longer be responsible for paying Los Angeles property taxes.
Pierce said that while many Angelenos are opting to relocate to the suburbs, the number of homeless is on the rise in neighboring Orange County. She elaborated, saying that the departure of socialist-minded Angelenos was to blame.
That this was the norm for leftists and social justice warriors disheartened Pierce. Before leaving, they whine about and even come to loathe the city of Los Angeles. That sort of behavior has always baffled me.
She said that if you’re going to leave while praising the area as “beautiful and safe,” you may as well accept the way people live and urge them to change their voting patterns. The truth is, they never do anything like that. There has been a significant swing to the Democratic Party in Orange County.
When Pierce moved to the area about two years ago, he saw that “there were no homeless folks.” One block from Newport Beach’s Fashion Island, a new homeless encampment has appeared. The policy move that will allow Orange County to expand into Greater Los Angeles will have far-reaching effects.
Just recently, it was agreed that Democrats would take over the three congressional seats held by Republicans in Orange County.
Conservatives make up a minority of our backers, who are mostly liberals. Was remarked Pierce, “Something great is occurring in Orange County.” We’ve spent decades building a name for ourselves as eco-conscious design experts. Things have been steadily deteriorating, and the trend appears to be continuing.