San Francisco Law Legalizing Shoplifting Forces Closure of Small Stores Leaving Residents Without

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A law in San Francisco that legalizes shoplifting up to $950 has caused the closure of stores all across downtown.

A law in San Francisco that legalizes shoplifting of up to $950 worth of goods has caused the closure of stores all across downtown because of the massive loss they have suffered to shoplifters.

In their “wisdom,” the City Council passed Prop 47, an ordinance that prevents police officers from arresting or even stopping anyone who steals less than $950 worth of goods.

Unsurprisingly, the new city law spurred the growth of organized gangs of thieves who gather together and run into a store as a group to grab everything they can carry knowing full well that neither the police, nor the store owners, can do a thing to stop them.

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It also hurts people who don’t have cars because instead of being able to walk down to the corner store, they now have to travel several miles to find a place to shop.

Once again, we see that Democrats care more about criminals than they do the taxpayers and the average citizen.

Thanks Democrats.

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h/t Coastie Patriot

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