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September 24, 2023
Watch: Thugs take their time stealing riding lawnmower from Lowes, because it's America 2023 and who's gonna stop them?
You know the deal. Cntl+Alt+progressive voters electing progressive politicians to enact pro-crime progressive "equity" policies has made stealing all but legal in some places. Thugs, hoodlums, and nogoodniks have been growing increasingly more brazen about it as a result. But there is strolling out of a store with armfuls of stolen jeans as you nod to security brazen. And then there is stealing a riding lawnmower from outside of a Lowes brazen.
This video from our friend Mrgunsngear is going viral. Like most viral videos, please allow for missing context. Perhaps, they had a receipt. And the way they sped off without taking everything they paid for, including parts falling off of the truck, while wearing masks, only makes it LOOK like they were stealing the riding lawnmower.
"If any employee tried to stop them odds they'd be fired or sued - high, very high."
I'd take those odds, considering we've seen Lowes fire a sixty-eight-year-old women after getting ASSAULTED by shoplifters when she tried pulling on their shopping cart. You know, zero-tolerance policies and all that. Lowes is a publicly traded company where The Vanguard Group is the majority shareholder. The second-largest shareholder is BlackRock.
The woman, in fairness, was rehired after media outrage. Others were not so lucky. Circle K fired a seventy-five-year-old woman for putting her hands on an armed shoplifter IN SELF DEFENSE. Had she not done so, she could have been murdered. By doing so, she violated the company's zero-tolerance policy about dealing with shoplifters.
A Colorado man working for a Kroger got fired, not for laying a hand on the shoplifters, but for filming them and getting their license plate. Because, again, Kroger has a zero-tolerance policy about "interfering" with people stealing merchandise. Even though the employee's evidence led to the shoplifter getting caught and arrested. Kroger is also a publically traded company... whose majority shareholder is the Vanguard Group.
I'm sure the riding lawnmower will get put to good use.
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