Call it karma or a just a statistical certainty, but the news that Denver Mayor Mike Johnston’s car was stolen, again, has the universe in stitches.
— Pathofmostresistance (@Pathofmostresi1) November 29, 2023
Johnson’s vehicle is the 11,305th victim to go missing this year in a city that is growing weary of playing Grand Theft Auto.
Interestingly, the mayor’s office refuses for some odd reason to disclose where the vehicle was parked when it was abducted.
Where was the mayor hanging out that needs to be kept so super secret in order to protect the safety of his family?
Criminals have already figured out the undisclosed location, so the information isn’t exactly secret.
We’re guessing Johnston no longer drives the Bronco-themed monstrosity that was stolen a few years ago, and not surprisingly, recovered just a few days later.
Help! My car just got stolen from Office Depot on 35th+quebec. Call 911 if seen (yes I painted my car orange+blue) pic.twitter.com/coStElD9Fx
— Mayor Mike Johnston (@MikeJohnstonCO) January 2, 2017
We have questions.
Was the most recent vehicle of his stolen another gas guzzler, or electric? Was it a city-owned vehicle paid for with our tax dollars?
Was the mayor somewhere he shouldn’t be, like a steak house?
It’s been a month since the vehicle was stolen, why are we just now finding out about it?
Spox for Denver Mayor Johnston said, “This is the second vehicle stolen from the Mayor, and demonstrates that few are giving back more to the community than Mike Johnston with alt-left Democrat pro-equity, soft-on-crime policies.” #copolitics #9News #heynext #Denver https://t.co/YyKDFueLvR
— 9MM NEWS (@News9mm) November 29, 2023
More importantly, if the thief is caught, will they be prosecuted or awarded with welfare benefits?