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Big Tech Founder STABBED To DEATH In Deep Blue City

I’ll parrot what Jack Posobiec and Tim Pool have said on so many occasions. …Get out of the cities.

Bob Lee, the founder of the popular payment service Cash App, was tragically stabbed to death at around 2:30 AM on Tuesday, April 4th, while visiting San Francisco.

Lee was on a routine business trip to the deep-blue city. …

San Francisco has become emblematic of liberal policies and blue enclave failure—droves of people are fleeing California as a result of such legislation.

In 2021, California lost a Congressional seat due to its hemorrhaging population, a historic first, and a direct result of its far-left laws and culture.

San Francisco is infamously known as the place where you have to dodge human feces while on your Sunday stroll in its once-beautiful downtown area.

The homeless problem is out of control, the crime is out of control, and the cost of living is out of control—you can thank leftists and Governor Gavin Newsom for all that.

Here’s what everyone is saying in the wake of the tragic stabbing of Bob Lee:

Others pointed to a more interesting theory. …

We are in the midst of a banking crisis and a financial collapse, the U.S. dollar is on the path to losing its reserve currency status—effectively ending the petrodollar reserve system.

At the same time all of this is going on, many tech—particularly fin-tech founders, have been found mysteriously dead. …

Is it all just coincidental, or is there something to what these concerned users are pointing out below?

Fox News had more details:

No arrests have been made in connection with the stabbing as of Wednesday morning. The incident remains under investigation.

Lee was the chief product officer of San Francisco-based cryptocurrency company MobileCoin.

Daily Mail highlights this response from Elon Musk about the tragic incident:

Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk also commented on the horrific incident, asking the San Francisco DA what she is doing to ‘incarcerate repeated violent offenders’.

He said: ‘Very sorry to hear that. Many people I know have been severely assaulted. Violent crime in SF is horrific and even if attackers are caught, they are often released immediately.

‘Is the city taking stronger action to incarcerate repeat violent offenders Brooke Jenkins?’


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