The poison fruit of Democrat rule. Defund the police! Decriminalize crime. Limousine, lear jet liberals should be forced to live in the hellscape they designed.
On an ironic side note, the companies looted (ie Apple Store, Lululemon et al) were huge supporters and funders of BLM riots.
Subsequent incidents of looting were reported in quick succession.
NEW: Mass looting breaks out in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as criminals were seen stealing IPhone 15s from the Apple Store.
Luckily, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez explained in 2020 why people loot: To feed their families!
I’m sure those IPhone 15s will taste great.
“They go out and… pic.twitter.com/y5RKMo2zwG
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) September 27, 2023
I don’t care about looting in Democrat-run Philadelphia. Democrat voters in these large cities vote for crime-infested, filthy hellholes and that’s exactly what they get. Enjoy.
Again – don’t give AF.
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) September 27, 2023
Videos posted on social media by Philadelphia #BLM rioters showed them first meeting in a parking lot before deciding on which areas to go loot. The direct action was organized in memory of #EddieIrizarry, who was shot dead by police. pic.twitter.com/RXPhCJGDdE
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) September 27, 2023
Philadelphia swarmed by alleged juvenile looters targeting the Apple Store, Lululemon, Footlocker and others
Philadelphia police responded to reports of widespread looting on Tuesday night
By: Sarah Rumpf-Whitten, Landon Mion Fox News, | Fox News September 27, 2023 6:08am EDT
Philly police make several arrests after juvenile looters targeting Apple store, Lululemon
Philadelphia police responded to popular retailers like the Apple Store, Lululemon and Footlocker after they were allegedly being ravaged by swarms of looters taking over the City of Brotherly Love Tuesday evening.
At about 8 p.m. Tuesday, police responded to reports of large crowds of juveniles allegedly looting stores in the Center City business corridor of the 9th District.
“In a proactive measure, officers from the 9th District stopped a group of males dressed in black attire and wearing masks at the intersection of 17th and Chestnut Streets,” a police spokesperson said in a statement to Fox News Digital.
Philadelphia police responded to Center City for widespread reports of looting. (FOX 29 Philadelphia)
A T-Mobile store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was destroyed in a smash-and-grab robbery on Tuesday night. (FOX 29 Philadelphia)
As of midnight on Wednesday, police confirmed between 15 and 20 people were arrested during the looting and at least two firearms were recovered.
As officers were speaking with these individuals, they began to receive reports of looting at the Foot Locker on Chestnut Street.
Responding officers arrived at the Foot Locker and discovered the store had been ransacked in a “coordinated attack,” according to the statement. A number of juveniles then fled the scene and at least one adult was arrested.
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