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Former Trump administration official Sebastian Gorka shared a now-viral video to Twitter on Wednesday that showed a female Shell gas station manager or employee trying to prevent several hooligans from brazenly walking out with stolen goods.
It’s not clear when and where the video was recorded, or who recorded it.
“Trying to defend her store…this is Biden’s America,” was the only caption that Gorka wrote.
Trying to defend her store…this is Biden’s America. pic.twitter.com/qTrf0x4CVJ
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) September 9, 2021
The video began with two young black men rushing out of the store with stolen goods as the female employee tried to stop them.
A third black man — one who didn’t even try to conceal his identity — then made his way toward the door as the woman blocked it and yelled for him to stop.
The young man forcefully pushed her out the way and then strolled out into the night air with what appeared to be a stolen bag of chips in his hand.
The cameraman then walked outside, only to find a crowd of rowdy black children and adults lingering about, shrieking and laughing.
Again, no further information is known about this incident. It’s believed Gorka shared it to draw attention to the indisputable crime wave currently affecting the nation.
All you need to do is Google “crime wave” and you’ll find stories about crimes in Albuquerque, in Atlanta, in Austin, in Chicago, in Fresno, in Philadelphia, in Los Angeles, in New York City, in St. Louis, in Democrat-run city after Democrat-run city.
The woman seen in the video shared by Gorka was one of the lucky ones.
Durham, North Carolina gas station owner Azad Suruz almost lost his life when two criminal deviants engaged in a shoot-out at his business on the afternoon of Aug. 26th.
“One of them started shooting with a handgun from the pump. The other one, with the AR-15, went from the front of the building and was shooting right out front of the door,” Suruz recalled to local station WRAL at the time.
Though he made it out alive, he did sustain over $15,000 in damages to his store. Despite this loss, Suruz was one of the lucky ones, too.
This Monday, 22-year-old gas station clerk Gurjitpal Singh, an Indian immigrant, was murdered in Liberty, Texas.
“He had an argument with a guy who was drunk and he wanted him to leave the store and not come back, but he kept coming back. After about 15 minutes, I don’t know who, but it seems the same guy came and shot him twice,” store manager Satish Nakarmi later told local station KRTK.
Over in Los Angeles, a record rate of murder was “achieved” during the first half of this year, with 48 murders being committed in July alone.
“The period from Jan. 1-June 30 was already the deadliest first six months of the year since at least 2010, when the LAPD began making its data public. The 48 deaths in July is a 21% jump from the 38 recorded last month,” according to the Crosstown nonprofit.
“Los Angeles is not alone, as the murder rate has been rising in cities across the country during the coronavirus era. New York City, Chicago and Washington, D.C. are among the major metropolitan areas where killings in 2021 are far higher than they were in the same timeframe in 2019,” the nonprofit reported last month.
Crosstown tried to blame the spikes on the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t explain why numerous Republican-run cities across the state haven’t experienced the same crime wave.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration has sought to disingenuously blame the crime wave on Republicans, despite the Democrat Party brimming with anti-police zealots who believe the police should be defunded, if not entirely abolished.
And it was only a few months ago that House Democrats led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, a bill that Republicans argued would defund the police.
🚨 BREAKING —> Democrats just voted to defund the police.
The unfunded mandates in their bill, H.R. 1280, would cost police departments hundreds of millions of dollars—the equivalent of taking 3,000 cops or more off the streets. Our men and women in uniform deserve better.
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) March 4, 2021
Don’t let Democrats fool you. H.R. 1280 defunds the police.
Why won’t Democrats keep your neighborhood safe? pic.twitter.com/4I7aNV8L3X
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) March 4, 2021
Even now, amid the crime wave, Democrat politicians on the local and federal levels continue to pursue policies that are only exacerbating the crisis.
Over in Washington State, for instance, a bill took effect in late July that essentially took away the police’s right to chase suspects.
And over in Oregon, this week shoplifters brazenly walked out of a Lowe’s store with thousands of dollars worth of goods, knowing full well that they’re safe from prosecution.
“Lowe’s eventually reported the incident, and an investigation is ongoing, but Keizer Police Lt. Andrew Copeland noted that in Oregon, many jails aren’t taking offenders such as shoplifters, in order to cut back on their populations during COVID-19,” Fox News reported.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 8, 2021
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