I was looking through my Facebook and there was looting in a nearby mall. You can see young kids running with a couple a pairs of shoes.
I don't know why they want to do that as the cameras are still on. And they still have a chance to go to jail.
Yesterday I drove past a Pets Mart and it was all boarded up. I thought, oh no, another business is going under, then I thought about it with all the looting going through the Democrat states, maybe it was boarded up to protect against the rioters and looters.
On Youtube in another city out of state, I seen a woman crying saying that they burned the Dollar Tree store that she goes to. The thing is that the woman can only go to the Dollar Tree store for her food and other needs. She is crying saying that she now has nowhere to go to shop as the buses are not working right now.
I do feel sorry for her, I guess she doesn't have a car and maybe no family to help her.
On my Facebook I hear today, that a worker on the inside of Costco sent out a message to Facebook that they are locked in the store and not letting anyone in as the crowd outside was rowdy. Well, with the riots going on, maybe that was a good move.
I know that they don't have a lot of security and if a bunch of people just rush in and grab all the big TVs that are in the front where the door is they could lose all there TV's that are around $800 to $3000 each.
So at least I haven't seen any lone stacks of bricks, which would be the paid for ammunition for Antifa. The George Soros paid Antifa. But if that happens in my city then we are in real trouble.
You see Antifa is will come into the a protest and persuade the teenagers to throw bricks and plastic water bottles full of gasoline. How else do we have the cities burning up? Antifa is supplying the gasoline and bricks.
Of course if you get hit by a thrown brick it could kill you.
Well, I am staying in tonight. I don't want to find myself in the middle of a mob.
Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, My son, walk not thou in the way with them; refrain thy foot from their path: Proverbs 1:15.
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Thank you, David.