And since the law favoring shoplifters is to be applied state-wide, I figure that to some degree this is affecting other business outside the city. But the case in SanFran is beyond the pale and with the rest of the city also suffering from other types of unchecked crimes, I do not know how long can they stand. People will be forced to buy online and have it delivered simply because they local store will shut down and it will be easier to control theft from behind the walls of a warehouse than a regular store open to the public.  Yes, the delivery people will be targeted, but I believe it will be less profitable for the organized gangs.

But hey! They are giving the “less privileged” criminal class a way to stay out of the traumatic experiences of incarceration which is nice, specially when they need to get cash in a regular basis to shoot smack and other substances up their extremities.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

10 thoughts on “The Murder of Businesses in San Francisco Continues”
  1. I’m sure the local progtard media is screaming that it is all the fault of “white privelege,” Trump, capitalism, racism, etc. etc.


      1. I don’t think the cops show up. I don’t think store keepers even call them. Often it’s against policy, and in any case the cops aren’t about to open an “investigation” against perps who have already left the scene when the most they will be able to do at the end is write them a parking ticket.

        So long as the people in SF keep electing the same politicians, they will have only themselves to blame for the unpleasant consequences.

        1. Cops don’t show up for ordinary crimes committed by criminals.
          Shoot a looter, though, and they (and the DA) will be right on the case. Criminals are a protected class, and resisting them is a serious offense. Probably a hate crime, for which standards of guilt are lowered.

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