Bad Philadelphia District Attorney Policies Lead To Wawa Closings
HARRY HURLEY OPINION - EDITORIAL
The impact of the policies of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner continue to be felt in a most negative way.
Philadelphia area radio talk show host Chris Stigall sees it and talked about it last night with Dan Bongino.
Stigall recently connected the dots between several Philadelphia Wawa stores closing and Krazner’s radical law enforcement policies.
It’s impossible to argue with his logic.
Krasner’s approach is so bad and dangerous to the public safety that he has earned the nickname, “Turn ‘Em Loose Larry,” because he has let so many “bad guys” go free.
The latest Philadelphia Wawa to feel the harsh final verdict, resulted in the permanent closing of its store at 13th and Chestnut streets in Center City in late December, 2021.
This added to a growing list of recent Wawa closures in Philadelphia.
Before that, Wawa closed their 901 South Street store on October 17, 2021. It was a 24-hour location.
Wawa also decided in October, 2021 that it’s Flagship Center City store was no longer viable.
We must remember that every time there is a closing of a major store like this, it negatively impacts so many people who were able to make daily food, gasoline and other purchases.
In major cities all over America, we are witnessing an unprecedented number of Walgreens, CVS, Wawa’s and other staple stores forced to close their doors forever.
This is undeniably because of radical, unsafe decisions being made by “Woke,” anti law enforcement key decision makers in both government and law enforcement.
Many factors go into the decision-making surrounding the closing of a business.
It’s hard to believe that loose law enforcement policies have not played a direct role in these and other regrettable closings.
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