Sunday, March 7, 2021

The Only Growth Industry in San Francisco Right Now is Crime

In recent months, Walgreens has closed 10 stores in the San Francisco area due to shoplifting.

The thieves are brazen.

In downtown San Francisco, there is a private security guard and a San Francisco police officer on duty at every store.

But this is what happens. I have witnessed it myself.

The private security guard will point out a thief to the copper. The copper will then make the thief empty his bag of the shoplifted goods and then send him on his way. No arrest made.

Under California law, theft under $950 is considered only a misdemeanor, but many prosecutors throughout the state have opted to free those charged with the offense under certain conditions rather than holding them in jail for the maximum sentence of six months.

So why bother arresting the guy?

Pretty much everything is locked up.

Do you need trash bags? You have to call an employee:

Do you need $4.99 picture hangers?

Call an employee:

I bought a broom the other day, I had to call an employee to unlock it for me.

If that isn't exciting enough for you, KRON TV 4 reports that a series of hot prowl burglaries have been reported in the past 24 hours in the foggy city.

Yesterday, SFPD reported three hot prowls in the span of 24 hours and five within 48 hours.

A hot prowl is when the victim is inside their home at the time of the burglary.

Throughout the city, SFPD says burglaries are up 59% in 2021 compared to last year.

The area with the biggest spike is the Richmond District with a 291% increase in burglaries compared to this time in 2020.

Then there is this.

A KPIX 5 television news reporter was robbed of his camera at gunpoint while conducting interviews about car break-ins in San Francisco.

KPIX 5 reporter Don Ford

“The car came up here while we were about to do an interview, three guys jumped out,” KPIX reporter Don Ford says. “One had a gun and put in my face and said, ‘We’re taking the camera.’”


  1. How can that last story possibly be true? San Francisco is a gun-free zone.

  2. Coming soon to a Democrat run nation near you

  3. Those hooks are available on Amazon for $3 (40% less) with next day delivery. No need to risk being robbed or stepping in feces.

  4. Then when they lock up black hair products because their reports show it is a commonly stolen item, blacks declare racism. It's a self-destructive ideology because the end result is no stores in poor areas.

  5. They may as well go back to the general store concept where everything is kept behind the counter. With everything locked up they virtually have.

  6. I wonder what Amazon thinks of all this brick and mortar retail trouble.

    1. Wasington Post is one of the leftist news outlets promoting the duh-versity and BLM. Profit! Now, when it comes to trade unions, Amazon sings a comoletely different song. Bezos is one corrupt greedy SOB. Hypocrisy amped to 11 is the signature of the New Left.

    2. How many papertowles wuuld the desperate losers have to steal to match one day of the theft perpetuated by well-dressed "civilized" people in DC?

  7. Sickening.....this is what our country has SUNK to. Now if the goddam criminals would act like humans and not monkeys the folks of SF just MAY be able to live like normal people....but I ask too much. Nasty must be so flipping proud of her trained monkeys!!!!! They should to to her home for handouts or takeouts....!!!!

  8. Don't agree with this crook about much, but he was right on about this.

  9. I saw several vibrants in that video. Natural libertarians for sure.

  10. So what is the typical race of the perpetrator? Any guesses? This is what will happen if you let in more turd world trash into the country and the homegrown criminals are already at that level.

    It's lost on libertardians that you need a high trust society to function properly, but race, IQ, and culture don't matter, right? Prove me wrong libertardians.

    1. Nah, it's easier to just call you a nazi and censor you.