Despite profusely expressing its support for Black Lives Matter, designer store Neiman Marcus was robbed by at least 10 criminals in a targeted looting in San Francisco yesterday evening.
“Victims of systemic oppression were filmed taking food for their families (hidden in expensive handbags) out of Neiman Marcus during a flash looting on Monday evening in San Francisco,” writes Chris Menahan.
“The oppressed peoples, who clearly live in constant fear that they could be killed by racist white police at any moment for any reason over the most minor of slights, could be seen making their getaway in what appeared to be three nice, newer-model sedans.” …
Exclusive: Video of Neiman Marcus getting robbed by 10 ppl this evening in San Francisco! San Francisco is lawlessness personified! Thank you Chesa Boudin and mayor and our supervisors who all love and support these dumb and dangerous policies implemented by the DA! pic.twitter.com/mMznzYqDua
— Asian Crime Report (@activeasian) July 6, 2021
Go woke, get looted:
Despite having donated $200 million dollars to Black Lives Matter causes in the past year, Footlocker saw more of its stores looted in Minnesota in response to the police killing of Daunte Wright.
Chick-fil-A in Philadelphia was also cleaned out by rioters last October just months after the company’s CEO Dan Cathy shined a black rapper’s shoes in a pro-Black Lives Matter PR stunt. …
Pro-crime government means arrests for shoplifting less than $950 of goods have ceased in San Francisco:
Out of control looting across San Francisco has become commonplace after the passage of Prop 47 in November 2014, which “reduced penalties for most cases of drug possession, and for nonviolent thefts of property worth $950 or less, from felonies to misdemeanors, punishable by months in county jail instead of years in state prison.”
17 Walgreens have had to close their doors over the past 5 years due to the relentless robberies.
“The law is hailed as a huge success by leftists because it reduced the black-white arrest gap,” writes Menahan.
Presumably all stores selling items costing less than $950 will be eventually be shoplifted and looted into oblivion. Won’t San Francisco be expensive then?