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‘Literally Empty’: CVS Pharmacy in Washington, DC, is Routinely Ransacked by Large Group of Kids

‘Literally Empty’: CVS Pharmacy in Washington, DC, is Routinely Ransacked by Large Group of Kids

And Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser is now complaining she doesn’t have enough police.

A CVS pharmacy in Washington, DC is being targeted by thieves on such a regular basis that the store is basically empty. A large group of teenagers is hitting the store so regularly that they’ve even figured out when the store receives new deliveries of goods.

FOX News reports:

’45 or more’ kids in DC routinely steal from CVS, then ‘stomp on’ food and beverages as shelves remain empty

A group of roughly 45 kids routinely ransack a CVS in Washington, D.C., with many thieves taking the food and beverages and stomping on them, according to a Fox 5 report.

“When you walk into this CVS, you’d think the store is closing because there’s barely anything on the shelves,” Fox 5 reporter Sierra Fox said of a CVS in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of D.C. “In fact, the only items in stock are the ones that are locked up. I did ask an employee what gets stolen the most, and they just laughed and said ‘everything.’”

“A big group of kids, like 45 or more, walk in before school, after school and late at night to steal chips and drinks,” Fox 5 reported Tuesday. “They even throw the food and beverages on the ground and stomp on them, leaving behind a big mess.”

“Staff at CVS have been alerted that thieves are aware of when new shipments come in and that’s when they target the store,” the outlet added.

Fox 5 was told that “street vendors are allegedly paying people to go in and steal stuff so they can resell it.”

This hurts low income people the most.

Meanwhile, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser is now saying that the city needs more police officers.

From FOX News:

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser complained of being short 400 cops days before congressman’s gunpoint carjacking

Democrat Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser complained about the nation’s capital losing about 400 police officers in the past several years, just days before Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, was carjacked at gunpoint.

Bowser had pleaded that the district needs more officers at a recent press conference

“We don’t have the officers that we need, and sadly we’ve lost three to four hundred officers in the last four years,” she said. “We haven’t had officers in our schools, and we have policies that make it difficult to recruit new officers.”

Cueller said he was parking his car in D.C.’s Navy Yard neighborhood, a short distance from the U.S. Capitol Monday evening, when three armed assailants approached and stole his vehicle.

People have had it.

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Democrats! Can’t live with ’em, wouldn’t mind trying the rest of it though.

Across the U.S., urban black youth are behaving like lawless savages and sociopaths, and their brazen criminal predations and mob thuggery have been directly enabled by the vile Dumb-o-crat Party.

When one of our two major political parties earnestly believes as part of its political ethos and platform that aggressively arresting, prosecuting and incarcerating criminals “of color” is allegedly “racist,” mass, brazen criminality is the predictable end result.

And, it must be added that the Dumb-o-crats’ perpetual, dishonest and corrosive racial agitation, incitement and grievance-mongering have also infected the minds of black youth with a destructive nihilism and resentment — by peddling the myth that racism is “systemic,” that they can’t achieve anything in life and that they are owed “reparations.”

    ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to guyjones. | October 5, 2023 at 5:43 pm

    All true.

    Democrats are self-hating nihilists who are just looking to destroy America and make white people pay for having established and spread modern civilization and having outperformed everyone else consistently through history.

    Interestingly, their self-hate is about the only sane idea that Western leftists hold. THey are complete scum and they know it. They just want to make all of us normal people pay for their miserable existences and for the fact that they were ever born.

    RandomCrank in reply to guyjones. | October 5, 2023 at 6:12 pm

    It’s a minority of black people, and their main victims are other blacks and sometimes Asians. The media say virtually nothing.

      AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to RandomCrank. | October 5, 2023 at 7:05 pm

      But now it is spreading to white populated areas. Smaller cities, and soon to the suburbs. Rural areas are still out of reach for now. Too many guns, and a “try that in a small town” mentality.

    guyjones said:
    “Across the U.S., urban black youth are behaving like lawless savages and sociopaths,”

    You are a fucking racist. The majority of urban black youth are not behaving like savages and sociopaths. You need to put on your KKK hood and admit who you really are.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to guyjones. | October 5, 2023 at 7:07 pm

    This is all just practice when thugs will be unleashed into all communities, along with the large numbers of military age invaders permitted through the open border.

    MAJack in reply to guyjones. | October 6, 2023 at 9:52 am

    Regardless of Continent, this segment of society is a disproportionate problem. Facts are stubborn things.

At my local CVS, almost everything is locked up. It makes it hard to read the labels and comparison-shop, but I understand that it is necessary theft-prevention.

A store facing theft like that should go to a sales-by-appointment-only model. Either that, or have everything accessible only to employees or within vending machines.

    they could to to online orders, pickup by appointment, and set up man-traps

      Martin in reply to ronk. | October 5, 2023 at 6:57 pm

      Close stores made unprofitable by mass theft. Laugh uncontrollably at Mayors and activists who complain that their constituents don’t have access to goods.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | October 5, 2023 at 5:39 pm


I just came back from Home Depot. This is a nice suburb with no problems, to speak of. EVERYTHING was locked up in cages. Lawnmowers! Locked up. It was crazy. And it’s hard enough finding a Home Depot employee to get something. A completely unpleasant experience. I will not be going back there to shop for anything. Electrical wire was all behind locked cages so I couldn’t see the rolls and what was what, exactly. Easier to order online and get it delivered … and I won’t be doing that from Home Depot.

    I’m often in Harbor Freight. A few months ago, I was buying a large item while two dbags (not POC) were wheeling stuff out of the store and putting it in their trunk without paying. The cashier pointed it out to me, I didn’t notice until she did A month after that, I’m in the same store and now there’s a turnstyle at the IN door, and you can’t get at the OUT door without going through a register.

    Last week I’m in there buying a $20 multimeter, I pull it off the peg and it’s nothing but a photo on a card. Brought it to the register, asked them to put it in a glass a water so I could have a meter to take home. They had to go to the back to get one for me.

    Now these store are NOT in minority neighborhoods. What this indicates to me is that the problem is not so much one of increased feelings of entitlement among the public, but increased hesitation by merchants who know that the police and justice system will no longer back them up should they decide to take what has otherwise been recognized for hundreds of years as perfectly justified physical intervention against the criminals.

      RandomCrank in reply to henrybowman. | October 5, 2023 at 6:09 pm

      I’m a concealed carrier, but I can’t act as law enforcement so my gun is useless in a siuation like that. I recently bought 2 cans of CounterAssault grizzly bear spray for $90 including belt holsters. The big cans spray at a distance of 30-40 feet. CounterAssault was developed in a joint project with the U of Montana, and it gets good reviews for stopping bears.

      I intend to use against trespassers and carjackers, but I’m going to be thinking about it for trips into Portland. Can’t shoot a shoplifter, but I could spray one. Same goes if the coterie of loony climate activists around here ever decides to block the freeway 12 miles away. I’ll have to make sure not to spray into the wind. LOL

        Martin in reply to RandomCrank. | October 5, 2023 at 6:53 pm

        I would verify that against you local laws. Spraying with bear spray is at least battery and I am uncertain that you as a bystander would be justified in a battery over a “non-violent” crime.

          amwick in reply to Martin. | October 5, 2023 at 8:04 pm

          Self defense only…. even then it is tricky.. I have heard that wasp spray can be handy if you are attacked.

          henrybowman in reply to Martin. | October 5, 2023 at 9:03 pm

          I imagine it can be, in extremis self-defense… but pepper sprays are more or less harmless irritants compared to wasp spray, which is a veritable nerve agent.

          RandomCrank in reply to Martin. | October 6, 2023 at 12:18 pm

          You’re correct. I do have to check the laws. I am very well versed in the law of armed self defense, which is why I can’t apprehend shoplifters by drawing my gun on them, but yes, I need to know more before I try it with bear spray. I utterly despise shoplifters, which is all the more reason to know what I can and cannot do.

          RandomCrank in reply to Martin. | October 6, 2023 at 12:33 pm

          @henrybowman, CounterAssault bear spray is to pepper spray what 100-proof rye whiskey is to a glass of wine. Both of the latter are alcohol, but that about all they have in common. Pepper sprays are based on capsaicin from chili peppers, but some are far stronger than others.

          As for wasp spray, there’s a different issue. There are two wasp spray varieties that I know about, and that I use. One is foam, which does not shoot far and therefore would be inadvisable as a self-defense weapon. The other shoots a stream quite far, but the stream is narrow. If you don’t hit the guy right in the eyes, you probably won’t stop the attack

          CounterAssault winds up shooting something of a small cloud for 30 to 40 feet. I think it’d be the most effective non-lethal tool, provided that you don’t spray into the wind. If wouldn’t use it if an intruder broke into our house. In that case, if he’s got a gun I’ll shoot him right away.

          If he got in with a heavy implement (necessary at our place), I’d say, mean, and do the following: “You have three seconds to be face down on the floor. If I get to the count of four, you’ll be there anyway.” If he moved toward me after that little speech, I wouldn’t wait until I reached four.

          Outside the house, I’d have to rely on the spray unless he had a gun that was visible.

          D38999 in reply to Martin. | October 6, 2023 at 6:55 pm

          Where’s the VX when you need it?

          henrybowman in reply to Martin. | October 7, 2023 at 12:33 am

          I’m a firearms instructor, and also trained in sprays. The reason I would never choose to use bear spray on a person is that if it is genuine bear spray (and not just labeled “bear” to avoid stupid state/provincial regulations), it is designed to make an area cloud. That deters bears, but not determined people. People spray is designed to project a narrow stream, which is not all that effective on furry bears but on people with skin it works wonders. The hottest of true bear sprays are nowhere near as strong as the hotter anti-personnel sprays.

    Maybe this is all a plot by Amazon to drive the competition the rest of the way out of business.

Black people continuously destroying their own neighborhoods.

They keep proving Scott Adams correct.

When I lived in D.C. 40 years ago (I moved to Virgina after I got my first income tax bill), the CVS near the Washington Hilton where Reagan got shot (and about three blocks from where I lived) was staffed by shall we say a certain demographic group not to be specified. They made a true art form out of slow service. Really, I had never seen anything like it before, and have never seen anything like it since.

So I needed to get D.C. plates for my vehicle. I mentioned to some people that maybe I should call first to see what to do. I was told, with a few entirely straight faces, to forget it. The demographic group that staffed that CVS also staffed their department of motor vehicles, and (I swear it’s what I was told) “they don’t like to talk on the phone.”

Oh come on, I replied. So I called, and it was true. It took me eight, count ’em, eight hours to get those plates. In Seattle, where that function is performed by private entities licensed by WA State, the same transaction took me 15 minutes when I moved there.

One Friday afternoon, the D.C. fire department took off at 4:30. Shortly thereafter, a big water main burst under K Street, the lobbying district. It took a few hours for them to respond, and the damages were $100 million.

Then there was Marion Barry, who was mayor while I was in the District, and held the office after I moved to Virginia. Remember when he was busted for smoking crack in the hotel room with the hooker? He said, and I quote, “The bitch set me up.” He also blamed it on “the lickadillos.”

“What’s a lickadillo?” I asked my other half. “Is that a lesbian armadillo?” Nope, in ebonics, a lickadillo is a liquor dealer. It remains a mystery as to how the lickadillos did him in. I can say this much: In the Northern Virginia suburbs, I swear I heard people laughing when I went outside to smoke a cigar.

When I lived there, it was before GPS and Google maps. Ambulances run by the city would get lost on the way to emergency calls. Just before I moved to Boston, I got a $75 ticket for backing into an angled parking space under the K Street Viaduct near Georgetown instead of snout-first.

I ignored it, and they got my forwarding address and dunned me in Boston. Finally, I tore up the ticket, stuck the pieces in an envelope, and mailed it back with a note: “I have a longstanding policy of not paying trafiic fines in Third World countries. Catch me if you can.”

Over the years, I have lived in 8 states + D.C., and 13 separate local jurisdictions. The District’s local government was by far — really, no comparison to the worst of the rest — the most pathetic local government I’ve ever seen. Really, they set new records for stupidity, laziness, and sheer incompetence.

One day, I was standing on the fire escape at the gym where I worked out. I think it was near the corner of 10th & F. People would go there to get some fresh air. It overlooked an alley. “What are all those dogs doing down there?” I asked someone.

The answer: “Those are rats.” You’ve never seen a rat until you’ve seen one in Washington, D.C. They’re almost as big as members of Congress. LOL

    Martin in reply to RandomCrank. | October 5, 2023 at 7:00 pm

    Are you sure you can tell members of congress from rats?

    henrybowman in reply to RandomCrank. | October 5, 2023 at 7:10 pm

    “It remains a mystery as to how the lickadillos did him in.”

    Back in those days, Virginia residents could buy liquor only from state-run stores. Since conventional liquor stores in DC had better prices (and a way better selection), northern VA residents would take the short run to stock up, despite it being technically illegal under state law. VA staties responded by staking out their parking lots, copying the VA license plates, and having confederates on the VA side of the 14th St. Bridge write them up as they returned home.

    Barry’s predecessor, Walter Washington, queered that enforcement by having DC cops rout the VA staties and send them home for not having jurisdiction. I remember Barry doing something to shut down that practice, though I don’t remember why (maybe the lickadillos refused to pay him protection to continue it?)

    So yeah, I can certainly imagine the lickadillos giving Suzy Homewrecker a sweet bump to screw over the Mayor.

    And what of it? He may have become a felon, but he was always a Democrat. Hie people happily re-elected him.

      RandomCrank in reply to henrybowman. | October 6, 2023 at 12:10 pm

      Okay, but I’d still have to ask about the mechanism involved. What, the lickadillos of Northern Virginia (oops, the state lickadillo authority) somehow got to the FBI and D.C. police, and to the bitch who set him up? A four-way sting? Hey, ya never know!

      More about life in the District and Barry. One year, he was invited to the Rose Bown. We had a two-foot storm, and he stayed in Pasadena while the District was immobilized. Plowing? Surely you jest. As the residents said at the time, they were saving the snow for Marion Barry, who was a notorious cokehead long before the lickadillos, the bitch, the FBI, and the D.C. police set him up.

      That CVS? I negecled to illustrate how slow it was. No shit, you could stand at the cash register for 15 minutes while the clerk figured out how to complete a transaction for a tube of toothpaste and a pack of razor blades. You might think I’m exaggerating, but I am not.

      After Barry was set up by the lickadillos, the bitch, the FBI, and the D.C. police, I took a trip back to Oregon with my other half. In the 1950s, Oregon State University came up with the marionberry, a cross of two blackberry varieties. (Today, we have a gigantic marionberry plant out back.) Marionberries are delicious, and very popular in the Pacific NW.

      There had been so much joking about Marion Barry that, on that trip, all the stores were calling them Marion blackberries, not because Barry was black but to dilute the joking. They were sick of all the snickering about marionberries, so they went out of their way to label muffins and pies as made with marion blackberries.

      I see that a D congresscritter from Texas got carjacked near the Capitol last week. In the recession of the late 1980s, the District had been affected and was in something of a decline. There’d been a brunch joint that was liked, located between the Capitol and the Eastern Market entrance to the Metro. Just before I left for Boston in 1990, we gave it another shot. The street was so visibly dangerous that we literally RAN back to the car.

      Everything I’ve read about D.C. lately suggests that it’s even worse now. Must be them lickadillos again. Evil, pure evil! LOL

      D38999 in reply to henrybowman. | October 6, 2023 at 7:05 pm

      Apologies. I accidentally hit the down thumb.

    D38999 in reply to RandomCrank. | October 6, 2023 at 7:04 pm

    Back in the early ‘90s I went with a buddy to a January March for Life in DC. I found a handy parking space right in front of the Washington Monument. When we got back to the car, there was a ticket on my windshield. I was living in Pennsylvania at the time and never heard a word from the DC entities after ignoring the ticket.

Subotai Bahadur | October 5, 2023 at 5:58 pm

Granting that CVS chain has other problems and is probably not long for this world; but any business should be looking at their theft losses in any store in an urban area. There should be a cut off based on those losses pre-planned to trigger closing the store and moving out. New stores should only be opened in low crime areas.

Subotai Bahadur

D.C. wants to be a “state”…. the 51st of Obama’s 57. Let’s go one better.. make D.C. a separate country and create a DMZ around it with all the goodies we have at the Korean DMZ to keep the “Peace Village” peaceful. Recycling the hanging juries for the J6 political prisoners just adds more to that need. Who would have thought that many would not mourn D.C. is something very terrible happened? Where is Gort?

Bowser will be complaining about food deserts next. Black lives matter. 🙄

Open a bookstore.

All sorts of political folks are now trying to walk back, reframe or even blatantly lie about what they were doing in 2020 whether it is about the summer of ‘mostly peaceful protests’ or their Covid policy decisions.

While I acknowledge that there is theft everywhere, and by all ethnic demographics (I saw a white fellow being handcuffed by the cops outside a local quickie mart just this week), these criminal and anti-social acts are overwhelmingly committed by a single demographic. As a former federal employee (State Dept) I am familiar with the mayor of DC and its city council. Someone in a position of authority needs to publicly, to her face, accuse her of doing nothing about this simply because she shares the same skin tone as the perpetrators.

On last thing – I live in a small Southern town of about 25,000, pretty fair mix of conservative and liberal, and all of the stores (the CVS where I shop, Lowes, small businesses, etc) still conduct business the old fashioned way. Nothing behind locked counters (except what have always been done so). A strong sense of trust, community, and positive relations between the people and the cops.

The demographic make up of my town is 2.2% of the problem group. You can do the math and come to your own conclusions.

    CommoChief in reply to Telemachus. | October 5, 2023 at 7:39 pm

    IMO the rampant rise in crime is due to a decline in societal standards and expectations. No one commits a crime b/c they are X ‘race’. They commit crimes b/c they decide the benefits outweigh the potential costs.

    It is a cultural difference between the relative anonymity and modern mindset of a City and those of smaller more rural areas who still cling to traditional cultural norms. Folks in small towns and rural communities worry ‘what will the neighbors think’ about it and don’t want to embarrass their family.

    Speaking of family, the Children of a two Parent home have way less statistical chance of almost every bad outcome than those raised by a single Mother. Across broad categories of things; prison, mental issues, homelessness, prostitution, drug/alcohol addiction a person raised by a single Mother constitutes between 80%+ of the folks in these categories. Fix marriage and divorce laws ending ‘no fault’ divorce. Require mandatory DNA testing before someone is named as the ‘Father’ on a birth certificate. Same for any new child support orders. End presumption in Family CT that children are better off with the Mother and that the Husband is the biological Father. Prosecute very harshly any woman who commits Paternity fraud by claiming a particular man is the Father when it isn’t true. End Alimony after 6 months. End govt support of irresponsible people who can’t support their children financially or emotionally; plenty of people want to adopt. Invest in 1st class foster care/boarding facilities for hard to place children.

    Bottom line, IMO, is fix the family and we fix a whole host of cultural problems in one go. Then add real consequences back into sentencing and demand individual responsibility for actions. Stop the coddling.

      I have held the same view, if not more so. The inner city “plantation schools” that do not educate students would also have to be fixed. However, I recently read that crime in Europe from Black African immigrants was way out of proportion to their numbers. They came from an entirely different culture than ours. That made me start to wonder if there might be a genetic component?

        CommoChief in reply to jb4. | October 6, 2023 at 7:42 am

        IMO it’s the result of lefty/feminist push to destroy the traditional family; no fault divorce, embrace of single mothers v scorn/shame for divorce and out of wedlock births. Add in failing govt schools run as warehouses by clock watching members of the teachers unions. Add to that the lefty push to reduce prison sentences and now defund LEO. Patents, Family and govt failing to teach and assimilate students and immigrants.

        Each new generation of births and every cohort of immigrants must be taught to understand and respect our Nations traditional cultural/civic norms. The failure to insist upon this resulted in people who DGAF about our norms and b/c the leftists insisted on less police and less prisons they run wild seemingly unrestrained.

      Azathoth in reply to CommoChief. | October 6, 2023 at 9:05 am

      Understand, you are saturated in leftist propaganda.

      In point of fact, if you take the crime statistics and eliminate all criminal activity committed by “black and brown bodies” you find out something astonishing.

      The US crime rate starts to look like the pre-refugee Northern European states, Denmark, Norway, Iceland Sweden –those places.

      It’s one of those things that no one wants to face because we’ve all been thoroughly trained to bleat ‘racism is the worst thing ever’ on cue.

        CommoChief in reply to Azathoth. | October 6, 2023 at 1:35 pm

        I realize that as well as the fact there are a few dozen zip codes Nationwide where the build of crime is concentrated. Blacks commit most crimes in the US and that isn’t up for debate. The question isn’t if they do but why they do.

        Do you realize that those from single Mother mother households are 85% + of folks in Jail? The products of single mother households also comprise similar % of those who commit suicide, are homeless, are prostitutes, addicted to drugs or alcohol. The ‘black’ community has more out of wedlock births than births within marriage and has for some time. That can’t be underestimated.

        The problem is not race it’s the culture or really the degradation of and/or absence of a functioning cultural home and community environment. To be very clear I don’t care what sob story some idiot Criminal wants to tell us as an excuse lock their ass up for as long as the statute allows for. Strap them in the electric chair if that’s an option.

        However, blaming race for crime doesn’t fix the real problem which is the cultural rot. When the Moynihan Study was initially published most observers were stunned at the shocking bad numbers for indicators of cultural rot in the ‘black’ community. Today the ‘white’ community has worse numbers than those of the ‘black’ community which caused so much angst.

So lots of Fagins send hoards of Artful Dodgers to rob everyone.
How did we end up in a supercharged version of Victorian England without the charm.

This is the “blessing” of St Floyd. More cops won’t solve any problems. It will take the exorcist of St Floyd And so many worship St Floyd

Looters should be shot on site. I mean killed actually. Record it all on security cameras. Problem solved as lessons will be slowly learned. The same applies to border fence jumpers.

    ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to walls. | October 6, 2023 at 12:15 am


    Looting is one of the most insidious crimes that can plague a society and people knew this. Looters prey on society at the most vulnerable times. Any society that allows looting to go on is not long for this world. This is old knowledge.

    Looters certainly should be shot on sight. During the insurrectionist riots of 2020 the streets and shop windows should have been full of looter and arson carcasses the next day.

    And the national border should certainly be militarized. If the government doesn’t have the sense and integrity to shoot people trying to breach it then the border areas need to be mined.

    And Traitor Joe and his junta (all the way back to Barky and his treasonous gang of nitwits) need to be arrested for treason and punished accordingly – and swiftly.

E Howard Hunt | October 5, 2023 at 10:43 pm

A cautious homebuyer should always check the demographics of a town before entertaining a purchase. In the northeast, some of the most upscale towns, with BLM signs in evidence, actively exclude the racial makeup data from their Wikipedia entries. This takes an active effort. The Caucasian percentage is usually a hypocritical 98 percent or more. Crime and quality of life start to be noticeably affected for the worse when the black and Hispanic population reach 3 percent.

    You are understating the issue. In my blue state, great suburban towns with the right demographics are being plagued by car thefts, catalytic converter thefts, home break-ins and shoplifting by residents of an inner city 15 miles awry. If caught they are released on their own recognizance for a future court date. Failure to jail criminals is the problem and more police will do little, aside from the fact that it would take years to restore depleted police forces to the functional effectiveness of 2019.

    Colleague of mine lives in the small town of Bridgewater, Virginia right off of I-81. Today a thief broke into 7 cars at a park there while moms were playing with their children by smashing windows. This lawlessness is creeping into places that we would have never imagined ten years ago.

      RandomCrank in reply to D38999. | October 6, 2023 at 9:41 pm

      Was chatting with a friend nearby. Portland, OR city hall advises home owners to give squatters 24 hours to get off their property. I told my friend out here that a squatter out here would be lucky to get 24 minutes.

      A couple months ago, some crackpot kids from Australia came to our neck of the woods. They declared themselves “nightwalkers,” and roamed on private property after dark. They were politely but quite firmly advised that they were taking their lives into their own hands.

      Next thing I saw was a Facebook post complaining about it. They went to Portland. Where we live, almost every homeowners is armed. Try that shit at 3 a,m. here? Well, in our poart of the county, we have a reputation. I raise a Manhattan to our reputation, which is well deserved. Last week, they found a “partially skeletonized body” a couple miles from our place. Was it a “nightwalker?” Maybe not. LOL

That’s a real good job those Communists are doing it keep an order in their cities, isn’t it?

Shame on CVS for their inability to see the problem and take no action.

All it takes for evil to win is for good men to do nothing.

This is what that looks like.

Bucky Barkingham | October 6, 2023 at 10:14 am

Expect to see sob sister stories in the usual leftist media about how poor people in DC live in a food desert and now a pharmacy desert after CVS and others close their stores. Boo hoo.