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It’s the holiday season…so hoop-de-do…watch my ass walk into this Los Angeles Rite Aid and steal some s–t…dickery dock…coming down the chimney…coming down the chimney.
Welcome back to California where some maniac walked into a Venice Beach Rite Aid with a pickaxe and threatened customers and workers as she helped herself to some goods that were placed into her sleigh and then pulled right out as customers looked on in horror as anti-Claus went about her day.
PROP 47 IN ACTION: Woman robs Rite Aid, threatens employees and customers with pick axe over her shoulder in Venice Beach. Another Mike Bonin voter hard at work on the Westside. pic.twitter.com/KD476AbUj1
— STREET PEOPLE OF LOS ANGELES (@streetpeopleLA) December 23, 2021
According to the New York Post, pickaxe anti-Claus pulled this Lincoln Blvd. heist Wednesday around 3 p.m. “I’m not f—- around,” the maniac woman tells fellow customers. “I don’t want to smell like s— when I’m knocking these bitches out.”
“Don’t say s—! Shut the f— up! Be quiet and follow suit,” she added.
It’s just another incident in a long list of incidents that have people escaping this hellhole in huge numbers. “A move is the only answer,” Tito Ortiz’s fiancée announced this week as the family’s house was put up for sale.
How many people have said enough is enough? California has experienced population declines the last two years. “It was also the first time that the state has ever reported loss from both Los Angeles County, and the nine counties surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma,” CBS Los Angeles reported this week.
It’s starting to look like sane people aren’t really cool with pickaxe-wielding maniacs terrorizing their Rite Aid while they’re trying to find stocking stuffers. Who would’ve thought!
It is also the first time that both Los Angeles County and the nine San Francisco Bay Area Counties all reported population declines. https://t.co/tNO6fIHIq4
— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) December 18, 2021