Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know the new way to get things you want, at least in Kalifornia, is to smash and grab your way through the shops. You get to loot and assault your way while you shop and check off your Christmas list of things you no longer need to ask Santa for.
While this is the new normal for Kalifornia, we have to ask ourselves how long before it starts to spread and reaches your town?
We know New York will likely be the next state to accept such practices, but what about the “tougher states” like Texas and Florida? Will they ever bend the knee and tell their law enforcement to stand down to theft?
Last weekend, in Walnut Kalifornia:
Last Monday, in Concord Kalifornia:
And in San Francisco, again in Kalifornia:
Businesses throughout the city have reduced their hours or closed entirely because of the never-ending crimes. Walgreens has already closed at 17 of its 70 San Francisco stores because of constant shoplifting by thieves who waltz past security guards and sell the items outside the drugstore chain’s doors.
In much of the state, police do not even bother to arrest the criminals, since Democrat politician essentially legalized theft when they changed the state law to make stealing merchandise worth $950 or less is just a misdemeanor.
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Smash and grab isn’t stopping in just Kalifornia, there are reports from Chicago, Detroit, and several other cities across the country. As it spreads, it will become too much for our local law enforcement agencies to handle. Will the states activate the National Guard to help, as they’ve done with several other things born from the COVID “pandemic”.