Newsom Recounts Interaction In Target


It seems like California Governor Gavin Newsom just can’t catch a break these days. First, he’s challenged by angry voters who are sick of his incompetent leadership, and now he’s getting called out by workers in California. That’s right, folks, Newsom recently had a run-in with a Target clerk who had some choice words for the governor.

It all started when Newsom witnessed a man blatantly stealing from a Target store. As any concerned citizen would do, Newsom asked the clerk why no one was stopping the thief. To Newsom’s surprise, the clerk responded with a snarky remark, blaming the governor for the rampant shoplifting in the store. Newsom, flabbergasted by the comment, engaged in a heated back and forth with the clerk about California’s lenient laws for shoplifters.

But the real kicker? The clerk didn’t even know she was talking to Newsom! That’s right, folks, the governor of the state she was complaining about! Talk about karma coming back to bite you in the behind. The best part? Newsom didn’t even bother to take a photo with the clueless clerk, opting instead to ask for her manager. Ouch!

And it’s not just the lack of accountability for shoplifting that’s causing chaos in California. In another shocking story, a man was fired from Starbucks for actually trying to stop a robbery! That’s right, a regular old hero was sacked from his job for standing up to robbers. Is this what our society has come to? Employers choosing to protect the criminals over their own employees?

But it’s not just big retailers like Starbucks that are perpetuating this madness. Sheriff Jim Cooper of Sacramento County is calling out Target for preventing law enforcement from cracking down on shoplifters. Target is more concerned about its public image than the safety of its customers and employees. This is just another example of the liberal left putting their own interests above the well-being of the people.

It’s time for people like Governor Newsom and big retailers like Target to take responsibility for their actions. As Sheriff Cooper said, “we don’t tell them how to do their jobs, they shouldn’t tell us how to do ours.” It’s time for California to wake up and realize that their lenient policies and political correctness are only leading to chaos and danger for its citizens.

But let’s not forget, this isn’t just a California issue. This is a nationwide problem that needs to be addressed. It’s time for companies to start putting the safety of their employees and customers first. And it’s time for lawmakers to prioritize accountability and justice for the victims of crime. Let’s create a society where heroes like the Starbucks employee are celebrated, not fired. It’s time for common sense to prevail. Wake up, America.

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