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Saturday, February 12, 2022

NYC locks up toothpaste, not thieves

Democrats have a unique approach to crime. Instead of locking up thieves, they are locking up toothpaste and other items that thieves target.

And instead of locking up criminals, they are closing stores that cannot make ends meet because of all the crime.

Democrats have driven crime so high in New York that Al Sharpton is complaining about a recent trip to the drug store.

He asked on MSNBC, "What did I miss that we now have to lock up toothpaste?"

He also said, "An alleged shoplifter has been caught on tape appearing to steal 10 steaks from NYC Trader Joe’s. I joined MSNBC to speak on the need for public safety and to address criminal justice concerns."

Nikole Hannah-Jones of Project 1619 infamy will have none of that. She fancies herself as Ida Bae Wells, who was born into slavery and rose to become a muckraking journalist and co-founder of the NAACP. NHJ calls herself Ida Bae Wells on Twitter. In reality, NHJ is a Notre Dame graduate who has a masters from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

The only time she ever picked cotton was when she opened a new bottle of aspirin.

Anyway, she tweeted, "This drumbeat for continued mass incarceration is really horrific to watch. A person stealing steak is not national news, and there have always been thefts from stores. This is how you legitimize the carceral state."

Stopping the theft of steaks puzzled Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

He said, "We have amongst us opportunists, who are repeat players, who are just taking goods.

"We are brainstorming about how to respond to that … People who are really going from store to store and just taking, and how we can kind of aggregate that conduct and so charge it at a higher level when appropriate."

He's a graduate of Harvard and Harvard Law School.

I am pretty sure he will figure it out. Incarceration works. Bail reform, defunding police and ignoring crime don't.

But this is the world Al Sharpton helped create. I would suggest he buy toothpaste online but porch theft is another big headache in the Big Apple.

24 comments:

  1. “The only time she ever picked cotton was when she opened a new bottle of aspirin.”

    Big D, that is the KILL SHOT of 2022. Holy scheise man!!

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  2. I Heard them called porch pirates. Thought that was clever.

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  3. We are going to see a turn around, when sharpie complins, it's going to happen.

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  4. Looters used to be shot on sight.

    And, yes, they are looters if you think about; it's just now the disaster is political, not natural.

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    1. “Eddie is on the rag, and you can’t change that…”

      Famous bust from my old AF friend Chuck W, playin on Raydio.

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  5. To paraphrase the Reverend, “No Justice, No Paste”.

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  6. What the hell does the Al care about toothpaste??? He was after Polident. He don't brush no teeff...

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  7. Black Privilege and Affirmative Action have consequences. For every Ben Carson there are 50 Sharptons, Jones, and Braggs and Adams. I guess Santa neve brought that hula-hoop for Alvin

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  8. NHJ is a clown (literally, given the hairdid). Turning a blind eye is how you legitimize theft. We dodged a bullet here in NC when she declined our offer.

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    1. Suzq22...I've heard of gals getting their "Hair Did", but that's the first time I heard an after the fact, past tense, explanation of Hairdid...Made me smile!

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    2. Glad you got a kick out of it, Richard.

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  9. I'll never forget the Chicago Trib article about a bad guy shot and killed by cops. He had 43 prior arrests including six felonies! Democrats allow animals to prey on innocent people.

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  10. Alleged shoplifter? I guess that was an Alleged videotape.

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  11. Alleged birdshot will remedy the situation .

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  12. Those areas are not far from the situation where you take a list to a window with iron bars, pay for the items, then they bring the bags out to you.

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    1. Isn't that what we were all doing with pretty much everything back in the summer of 2020 and beyond?

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  13. "What did I miss that we now have to lock up toothpaste?"
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    Morals, that is what you missed long ago jerk off.

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  14. “What did I miss?” oh, al, if you have to ask that question…
    Where were you during the riots, al? what did you think would happen afterwards? What did you think would happen when these criminals received commendations instead of condemnations for their looting and destruction? What did you think would happen when shoplifting up to $900 worth of stuff became legal? What did you think would happen when repeat offenders were let off to roam the streets again? What did you think would happen when people were let out of jail because of covid?
    What did you miss? You missed the writing on the wall, al, because you chose not to see it.

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