Shoplifters Walk Out Of TJ Maxx with Bags Of Clothes

As shoplifting continues to thrive in California, a video of people walking out of a TJ Maxx with piles of clothes in hand goes viral.

Two men in the video walk right out of the store untouched and unstopped, climbing right into a car and calmly drove away.

California’s Prop 47 law has reduced many non-violent crimes from felonies to misdemeanors, according to the video. Criminals no longer fear being arrested. They simply shop for what they want–and then walk out without paying for it.

And there’s more! A second account shows shoplifters fleeing a California Neiman Marcus store in San Francisco.

Then there’s the Walgreens guy who rides a bicycle as his getaway vehicle with a trash bag over his shoulder full of stolen goods.

The issue has reportedly become a daily occurrence. Is it any surprise that Walgreens recently announced several store closings in San Francisco due to theft? The real surprise might be if any stores are left if the trend continues.

California voter have a chance to do something about it, as Gov. Newsom Gavin’s recall vote looms near in September.

Will the state’s voters act to rescue their state from lawlessness, or will it be more of the same as the Left Coast continues to melt down?


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