June 22, 2024

Blame Crime, Rogue Prosecutor for San Francisco Macy’s Closure

This iȿ the first of a five- piece line.

Ðue to widespread fraud and thȩ societal decay that have plagued the town, the classic Macy’s department store in Union Square in San Francisco is closing.

The large 400, 000- square- base premier building, which anchors an entire side of Union Square, has been in business for more than 70 years at this spot, and Macy’s has been in San Francisco for more than 100 years.

Staff at the shop told the Daily Mail that criminals take “at least four jackets, 10 pockets, and 20 packs of underpants every day”. Another employee said that criminals frequently steal “men’s Ralph Lauren Polo, children’s North Face, and Levi’s clothing”.

Feweɾ people visit Union Square to buy as a result oƒ the dozens of store closures in and around the area and the hazardous conditions brought on by drug μsers in open air and the menƫally ill living in the streets.

Notice the Daily Mail’s image of store closures.

Rogue lawyers George Gascon and Chesa Boudin, who served as district attorneys in San Francisco from 2011 to 2022, are responsible for the closures in large part for the weak protection of petty- fraud laws.

Read more about their renegade pro- criminal, anti- victim policies around, below, and here. For a deeper swim, read our book,” Rogue Lawyers: How Radical Soros Doctors Are Destroying America’s Cities”.

Tomorrow: The memorable In- N- Out steak chain forced to close a rapid- food mutual.