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Rapper Quavo Huncho, of the Migos, posted a photo of his trip to a local grocery store. The rapper stepped out to pick up some bread and milk, but when he got to the grocery store, he found the shelves were bare.

He posted a photo that showed him wearing a face mask and standing alone in a store aisle with empty shelves. The shelves were stripped of everything but the non-essentials.

Quavo captioned the image "Damn... I'm Late Be Safe Everyone..."

Most Democratic cities are on lockdown as the country reacts to the coronavirus as if it was the bubonic plague.

About 2-3 people die from the Covid-19 virus per day in America. By comparison, the flu kills 100-200 people per day.
 

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Damn... I’m Late Be Safe Everyone? ??

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Video: Hitman Executes Cashier in Crowded Supermarket

A Mexican hitman executed a female cashier in front of dozens of witnesses shopping for groceries at a crowded supermarket.

According to a police report obtained by LiveLeak.com, a lone gunman strolled into the supermarket at 10:50 p.m., shoved a bag boy aside and shot the 29-year old cashier in the face at point blank range. As the mortally wounded cashier lay dying on the floor the assassin pumped two more bullets into her body before casually walking away.

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Obama surveys damage from hurricane sandy

President Obama was on the ground for only a few hours on Thursday in New York, where he surveyed the destruction left behind by Hurricane Sandy.

Soon after Obama departed NYC, NBC NY reported the "heartbreaking" scenes of East Side and East Village residents "dumpster diving outside a Key Food supermarket" looking for intact cans of food discarded by insensitive grocery store workers.

"People are dumpster diving... and what they're going after is the food," said NBC 4 New York's Jonathan Vigliotti. "They are literally picking through [the dumpster] for whatever they can take home," said the shocked reporter.

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