Cynthia Nixon slammed on Twitter after claiming shoplifters shouldn’t be arrested

Il “Sex and the City” star tweeted her outrage over shoplifters being prosecuted amid reports that Walgreens was shuttering 17 stores in San Francisco because of rampant theft.

The CVS on my corner has started locking up basic items like clothing detergent,” the one-time wannabe New York governor ha twittato sabato.

As so many families can’t make ends meet right now, I can’t imagine thinking that the way to solve the problem of people stealing basic necessities out of desperation is to prosecute them,” lei scrisse.

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A handful of followers applauded Nixon’s support for the needy — while the vast majority erupted in outrage and baffled amazement.

Why don’t you leave the doors to your posh co-op unlocked, and the closets and freezer stocked. Those in need can come help themselves?” replied former prosecutor Thomas Kenniff, who is running for Manhattan Dà.

It was a message shared by many others, with some noting that the actress — who is reportedly getting $ 1 million an episode for theSATCreboot — lives in a $ 3.25 million home in swanky Noho in Manhattan.

You live in a neighborhood of $ 3 million-dollar apartments and townhouses. No one at your CVS is ‘desperate’ to steal ‘basic necessities.’,” @a_centrism told her.

This isn’t just moral grandstanding on your part, it’s really incompetent moral grandstanding.

Another person insisted that it showed thatCynthia lives in a different world” ed era “virtue signaling.

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I would love to know when Cynthia Nixon last bought a box of laundry detergent and if she has ever stepped foot inside a CVS,” @hipchecked added.

Vince Sena asked the actress to post her address, detto, “I need some basic necessities and I figured you might have them in your home. If it’s OK, I’d like to come and get them this evening.

One follower accused Nixon of usingother people and other people’s money to pay for your ‘outrage.'

If it were your business dealing with this you’d be complaining too,” Morg3nDallas wrote.

Lynn MacDonald tweeted that shegrew up poorand found itinsulting that you think the less fortunate have no ability to discern right from wrong.

“Anche, allowing widespread theft will result in higher prices, punishing the poor and honest,” she told the actress.

Sandy Marks also said it wasdisrespectful to assume poor people need to steal.

Most ‘poor people’ do not steal. Criminals steal,” lei scrisse.

Donnie3082 even admitted tobeing an occasional shoplifter in my youth,” saying it had nothing to do with beingimpoverished— and insisted thatwhen I was finally arrested it helped me immensely.

Altri, like @CarlottBolott, asked herwhich laws do we choose to follow?”

Do you really think society will be better off if we let people just walk into a store and steal whatever they want? This is how Democrats lose elections,” lei scrisse.

Can we pick and choose which laws to ignore cause I’d lo

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