As I’ve said previously, living is California must be like living on a different planet.
Whether it’s outlawing plastic straws, public schools encouraging witchcraft, or shaming those who refuse the experimental COVID jab, California operates on another plane of existence.
Californians are so locked into the insanity they live through every day, that now they’re inviting car thieves to steal from their vehicles.
Car robberies in San Francisco and Oakland are so bad that residents are repordedly leaving their trunks open so thieves won’t break the windows of their cars.
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There are also reports of residents leaving notes on their cars which say things like “Please use the door,” or “Please Do Not Break Glass!! Nothing Inside!!”
Our friends at the Daily Wire have more on the desperation from California residents:
In the robbery-infested areas of San Francisco and Oakland, California, some residents are so fearful of having their cars broken into that they are deliberately leaving their car trunks open so robbers won’t shatter the windows.
“We see the aftermath of car break-ins all too often. Windows smashed, glass shattered, but now some people are getting so fed-up they’re leaving their trunks open, hoping that will at least spare them the hefty bill to get it fixed,” ABC 7 reported.
The Daily Caller has more on this insanity:
Car owners are leaving doors unlocked, rolling down their windows down and leaving their trunks open in order to show possible thieves that there are no valuables inside, according to ABC News 7. (R
Former San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) Deputy Chief Garret Tom expressed his surprise at the drastic measures car owners are taking to protect their property.
“We’re in different times … that’s unbelievable,” he told ABC News 7. “[Thieves] could steal your batteries, your tires,” he said. “They could go into your glove compartment and find out where you live.”
This is what happens when residents listen to out-of-touch politicians and celebrities.
Last month, actor Seth Rogan told a California Twitter user complaining about his car being broken into to essentially get over it.
His advice was simply not to leave valuables in your car.
Rogan then "bragged" about his car having been broken into at least 15 times.
This is all just considered "normal" in California...