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May 20 2021

Walgreens Forced to Close California Stores

Shoplifting is effectively legal in Democrat-dominated California. This offers the advantage that you can walk into a store and take what you like for free, so long as you don’t steal more than $950 worth of merchandise at a time. On the downside, soon there won’t be any stores:

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, 17 Walgreens Pharmacy locations have shuttered their doors in San Francisco during the past five years. At least ten of the stores in the city have closed since 2019.

More stores may follow.

Walgreens is blaming Proposition 47, which lowered penalties for thefts under $950 and sparked dramatic increases in shoplifting across the metro area over the last several years. Prop. 47 is supported by criminal justice reformers and the liberal establishment, who have also managed to defund the local police.

Specifically, as Fox News reported, 2014’s Proposition 47 was “[s]upported by the state Democratic Party and championed by the American Civil Liberties Union.” The unfolding consequences were so easily predictable that they must have been intended. It’s all part of the ongoing fundamental transformation of America into a moonbat dystopia.

Behold the future of retail under liberal rule:

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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