Seasons Beatings: Black Friday violence breaks out across America
VIDEOS INCLUDED...An Atlantic City man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in the parking lot of a New Jersey mall – one of at least two fatal Black Friday-related shootings nationwide, officials said.
WARNING: Stupidity Within
WARNING: Stupidity Within
In Reno, Nev., a Walmart customer was gunned down during a fight over a parking spot just after doors were opened Thursday night.
And in Tennessee, a person also was shot Thursday at a Memphis mall while shoppers were taking part in early Black Friday sales.
The Jersey shooting took place about 1 a.m. outside a Macy’s department store at the Hamilton Mall in the Mays Landing section of Hamilton, Atlantic County Prosecutor Diane Ruberton said.
The dead man, who was shot multiple times, was pronounced dead at the scene. His 26-year-old brother, from Clayton, was shot in the leg and listed in stable condition at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center.
Officials didn’t immediately say what sparked the shooting, which occurred as people were lined up outside the mall, or if they had any suspects.
More than 15 evidence markers were laid down in the parking lot and a bullet-riddled SUV was towed away around 7 a.m. Friday.
The Macy’s, which was open from 7 p.m. to midnight Thursday, reopened at 6 a.m. for Black Friday bargain-hunters.
“It’s sad,” one shopper said at the scene. “We’ve been doing this, me and my girls, for probably about 10 years now, just for the fun of going out — a girls’ night and trying to get some special sales and it’s getting scary now.”
Another shopper told CBS the shooting was a “tragedy.”
“It’s very scary, you know, you’re starting off the holiday season and you’re excited about the upcoming times with family and now there’s going to be family who are missing people and their holidays will never be the same,” the shopper said.
In Reno, the fatal shooting began as a road rage incident Thanksgiving evening at a Walmart on East Second Street, KOLO-TV reported.
If the 2016 election taught us anything, it is that our country’s government is a cesspool of corruption, and if Obama’s presidency taught us anything, it was that the country no longer should have a “moral compass” to guide us, because after all, who’s to say what is moral, right? [eyes rolling]
In his latest video, YouTuber Jason A shows video footage of Americans at their worst. During a time when people are shopping for special loved ones in their lives, for gifts during a season that is supposed to be special, on Black Friday people seem to lose sight of the things that are truly important in life, as you’re about to see.
After the video, Michael Snyder reviews in detail, just how much the cesspool in Washington D.C., has flowed downhill to the citizenry, and how the U.S. is the equivalent of the modern day Sodom and Gomorrah. Many of the statistics he reveals will make you sick… literally…
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VIDEO: Walmart shoppers fight over towels, toys at Black Friday saleSome stores are starting Black Friday sales early, and that means that pandemonium is starting earlier, too.
Video from a Walmart in Bainbridge, Georgia shows shoppers fighting to grab every last towel from the display.
Multiple women stacked up as many towels as they could before they were gone.Meanwhile, Houston Walmart shoppers tussled over a $99 12-Volt kiddie convertible.
When given the signal, shoppers began grabbing the large boxes as quickly as they could, with one man digging for the bottom box and nearly losing his pants.
He repeatedly threw elbows and slaps, and fought off another man trying to grab the box, before another tried to claim it, too.
In Fairfield, California, shoppers didn’t need products to provoke a fight. They just threw punches in the middle of a shopping mall.