Devastated woman cries, calls out her community after leaving Chicago Walmart ransacked: ‘You all did this’
As chaos in Chicago rages on, it is impossible to miss the impact the criminal actions of a few will have on those around them.
One woman recorded a recent trip to a Walmart that had been looted, her video capturing bare shelves and floors littered with products dropped in the mad dash to avoid the law.
Watch: (** Language warning)
I feel so sorry for all the good people in Chicago pic.twitter.com/IFQyUFbwiR
— Clown World ™ (@ClownWorld_) April 18, 2023
“Every grocery store looks like this,” she says at the beginning of the video, panning across the trashed produce department. “Look at this. Can’t even get no f***ing food for my kids.”
“Look at this, came in the store to try to buy something because I’m not a thief,” she continued.
“I am so devasted right now,” she said weeping. “We do stupid s**t like this all the time… We’re so black and proud, but we won’t be honest about what’s really going on,” she said.
“You all are so wrong for this. You came in your neighborhood, and f**ked up your sh*t.” she said.
“I’m not a thief. And ain’t nobody going to turn me into no animal.”
Twitter comments varied widely, some blaming Walmart for the looting while others sympathized with a mother at the end of her rope:
It’s Walmart’s fault. Just ask the people running the city with the same policies, the same mentality, the same party the last 50 years.
— Trey Radel (@treyradel) April 18, 2023
She broke my heart. It is so terribly sad that all of the good, honest, hard working people in the community have to put up with this. Just horrible…
— Lisa ❤ (@Lisa_Lisa_NJ) April 18, 2023
as a retailer… this is heartbreaking… we are here for our community, our community needs to have our back.
— Sommelier Select Liquor Store (@SommSelectLS) April 18, 2023
No wonder Walmart is leaving Chicago D:
— WarWar™ (@WarBot3000) April 18, 2023
anyone notice how the hallmark cards were not touched… says a lot about how much they care about other people.
— Ʌlpha Doge (@MrAlphaDoge) April 18, 2023
It’s simple. Vote our every politician that preaches being soft on crime and vote in people who will actually put in effort to make the community safe to where businesses like Walmart will want to remain in. These cities have been blue for too long and this is the result.
— Photo Guy (@DesMoinesPhoto) April 18, 2023
Walmart has to leave at this point. The city did not have it’s back.
— Sam Valladares (@legitsamv) April 18, 2023
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