REPARATIONS: Flash Mob Loots Los Angeles 7-Eleven
A 7-Eleven convenience store was looted by a rampaging mob early Friday morning in Los Angeles. Video, which you watch below, shows the mob stealing everything in sight. It was like a swarm of locusts.
The Los Angeles Police Department reported:
On August 15, 2022, around 12:40 a.m., a street takeover initiated at the intersection of Figueroa Street and El Segundo Boulevard. Motorists flooded the intersection and blocked traffic with their vehicles from all directions to create a “pit” in the middle of the intersection. During the incident, spectators exited their vehicles and watched as motorists recklessly drove in a maneuver known as ‘doing donuts.’ The maneuver involves purposely losing tire traction while driving in a circular motion and continuing to accelerate. This results in a series of skid marks left on the pavement.
The spectators then formed a ‘flash mob’ of looters and rushed a nearby 7-Eleven located at the northwest corner of Figueroa Street and El Segundo Boulevard. Video surveillance from the store showed the looters fanning out across the store and grabbing all the snacks, drinks, cigarettes, lotto tickets, and other merchandise. Looters also vandalized the store and threw merchandise at employees. The looters then exited the store to the surrounding parking lots and streets, and quickly dispersed before police arrived.LAPD
Where is the outrage from Al Sharpton and Kamala Harris and the NAACP?
The professional race agitators always turn a blind eye when looters destroy businesses and cause mayhem in the streets of our major cities. And their silence speaks volumes.
Some will say the looting is a form of reparations. I contend it’s modern-day anarchy.
A violent mob looted a Los Angeles 7-Eleven. Had the owner engaged his Second Amendment rights, he still might have a few bags of Doritos left.— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) August 19, 2022
And I would recommend that every law-abiding business owner in the nation engage their Second Amendment rights.
Had the owners of the 7-Eleven been armed, they still might have a few bags of Doritos left.