Democrat policies have turned California into such a complete and utter sh*thole that now, even the state’s elitist governor Gavin Newsom can’t escape it!
After his weak leadership in the state has basically encouraged people to commit crimes like shoplifting, Newsom finally witnessed a theft in progress FIRST-HAND.
Recalling the incident, Newsom said that while he was shopping at Target he saw an individual casually steal an item and then simply walk out of the store.
Apparently incapable of understanding why anybody would steal in a state where poverty is soaring and there are no consequences for criminal behavior, Newsom approached a store employee to ask her why nobody stopped the thief.
However, the governor was caught off guard when the employee actually pointed out that crime like this has become FAR too common and Newsom’s liberal policies are actually to blame.
While the employee didn’t seem to recognize him at first, they said, “Well, we don’t stop them because of the governor.”
Then Newsom, who spent $380 during his shopping trip, had the realization “Why am I spending $380? Everyone can walk the hell right out.”
The far-left governor doesn’t even seem to know the laws he’s signed, because they recently made it ILLEGAL for businesses to ask their non-security employees to confront shoplifters, and in fact some employees have been FIRED for trying to step in and stop shoplifters anyways!
So when Gavin wonders why “nobody is stopping” people from stealing it’s because of HIM and the fact that was forced to realize that the hard way is pure comedy.
Watch the video here to see Newsom share the moment he saw the lawlessness his policies have unleashed first-hand.
In a Zoom call about a mental health proposition, Gov. Gavin Newsom says he was at a Target and saw someone walk out without paying.
He asked a worker why the person steals and they blamed the Governor before looking at him twice and recognizing him.
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— Gabriel Lorenzo Greschler (@ggreschler) January 31, 2024