Jay Leno surprised everyone with this epic truth bomb about Soros-backed prosecutors

Jay Leno was known for cracking jokes at politicians’ expense during his stint on The Tonight Show.

Now he’s getting serious about a big problem facing the country. 

And Jay Leno surprised everyone with this epic truth bomb about Soros-backed prosecutors.

Soap opera star murdered in Los Angeles robbery for catalytic converter

Actor Johnny Wactor played Brando Corbin on the long-running ABC soap opera General Hospital from 2020 through 2022.

He was shot and killed by thieves last month who were trying to steal the catalytic converter out of his car in downtown Los Angeles.

Wactor initially thought they were towing his car before he realized his car was being stripped.

He shielded his co-worker, Anita Joy, when the thieves shot him.

“As I heard the shot ring into the night, he forcefully tumbled back into my arms and as I grabbed for him, I shouted ‘Hunny you ok?!’ And he only responded ‘Nope! Shot!'” Joy recalled. 

Catalytic converter thefts have turned into an epidemic in California. 

The National Insurance Crime Bureau found that half of catalytic converter thefts in the country are happening there. 

Thieves steal them to sell the platinum, palladium, and rhodium in them, which can go for more than $1,000 an ounce. 

Los Angeles is in the middle of a major crime wave, and criminals are running wild under the county’s pro-crime prosecutor.

Globalist billionaire George Soros backed the campaign of Los Angeles County George Gascón who gives violent criminals a slap on the wrist.

Jay Leno slams the slap on the wrist that catalytic convertor thieves are getting 

Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno is a noted gearhead. 

He has a massive car collection that’s valued between $20 to $30 million.

Leno ripped the light sentences that catalytic converter thieves were receiving after the Wactor murder.

He noted that because many vehicles’ catalytic converters are valued at less than $950 or less, getting caught results in a misdemeanor.

A misdemeanor theft, if Gascón even brought charges for it, would usually result in a fine of up to $1,000.

Thieves have begun to target certain models of cars because they know that their catalytic converters are valued at less than $950, so they can walk away with a misdemeanor if they’re caught.

Leno said that victims have to deal with a nightmare after it gets stolen.

They can cost thousands of dollars in parts and labor to replace.

And they’re often on backorder for months because of a shortage caused by their frequent theft.

California and federal law require that vehicles have a catalytic converter because they reduce pollution.

Leno said that if there were harsher sentences for stealing them, criminals would be deterred.

He noted that criminals currently aren’t afraid of getting punished if they get caught stealing one.

This is leading to them becoming bolder in their robberies, according to the former Tonight Show host. 

And Los Angeles residents are paying a steep price because the county’s Soros-backed prosecutor refuses to enforce the law.

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