Jesse Watters suggests looters and shoplifters not being arrested is “the establishment’s way of paying reparations without admitting it”

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Citation From the November 14, 2023, edition of Fox News' Jesse Watters Primetime

JESSE WATTERS (HOST): You can knock off Amazon delivery trucks because, you know, Jeff Bezos is a billionaire. What's a few less Amazon Prime boxes? Stealing from large corporations is morally allowable in today's America. A FedEx truck was completely ripped apart by thieves Saturday. And then dozens of people sacked convenience stores, stealing $17,000 worth of merchandise.


A Home Depot got hit in Oakland, criminals plundering power tools, even using Home Depot's box cutters to crack into cases. No one's stopping them. That would be discriminatory and against company policy. You see if you walk out of the store with stolen merchandise, you're arrested. But if you run out with a mask on, they write it off. Allowing Americans to loot, allowing Americans to shop lift up to $900, not prosecuting street level threat, is this the establishment's way of paying reparations without admitting it?