White Woman Beaten After Confronting Three Black Shoplifters At Lowe’s Initially Fired Before Being Rehired
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In the late stages of the declining American Empire, just accept that the standards once governing civilized life in the USA have been completely replaced. It’s okay to let go of the illusions we still possess of the old country. It hurts. I know.

But let them go. Yesterday was another country. When you wake up from this reality, you’ll understand the possibility of tomorrow.


Finally—some justice!

Lowe’s has decided to re-hire an employee it fired after she attempted to stop a group of shoplifters, the company said.

After senior management became aware of the incident and spoke to Donna Hansbrough today, we are reinstating her job and we are pleased that she has accepted the offer to return to Lowe’s. First and foremost, there’s nothing more important than the safety of our customers and associates. Products can be replaced; people cannot. We continue to work closely with law enforcement to investigate and prosecute those who are responsible for this theft and violent attack.

Lowe’s statement on Donna Hansbrough

Tenured employee Donna Hansbrough tried to stop a robbery at a Rincon, Ga., store last week. Suspects repeatedly punched the 68-year-old in the face once she intervened.

Police identified the three thieves as Takyah Berry, Jarmar Lawton and Joseph Berry.

“Hansbrough attempted to stop one of the subjects by grabbing the shopping cart. Hansbrough did not at any time make contact with any person. The cart that Donna grabbed was in the possession of subject Takyah Berry. After Donna grabbed the cart, Berry struck Donna in the face three times causing Donna’s right eye to swell and blacken,” a post from the police department read.

Lowe’s prohibits associates from stopping shoplifters.

According to the Rincon Police Department, Lowe’s originally fired Hansbrough for violating the company’s policy on interfering with the theft of merchandise. In this case, the value of the stolen goods totaled approximately $2,100.

But Lowe’s isn’t the only store with a no-intervention policy.

Earlier this month, an employee from a major grocery store chain was fired for simply filming thieves stealing thousands of dollars worth of laundry detergent. In May, Lululmeon fired two employees in Georgia for confronting masked robbers.

Hansbrough understood she had broken the company’s policy, but she didn’t expect to get the axe. After working for Lowe’s for 13 years, she described it as the “perfect job.”

And we hope Donna continues to enjoy her “perfect job” for as long as she wants.

Your life is more important than a minimum wage job.

Let it go.

After all, George Floyd is a hero in 2023 America for a reason … and it rhymes with why the white woman who tried to stop three blacks from robbing Lowe’s was initially fired.

Let it all go.

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