JUGGERS Attacking Texas Shoppers at Record Levels!
One weird trick to get free stuff.
Juggers, not to be confused with joggers, is a hip new occupation becoming more popular as our economy slowly collapses.
HOUSTON – The crime is called “jugging” and it refers to a type of robbery where the bad guys work in teams of two to rip you off.
The first guy is the spotter, the person who first targets the victim to be attacked.
The second player is the driver, who will help the spotter make his or her getaway once the theft has been accomplished.
Juggers, police say, are thieves who are out to rob you while you are out shopping, going to the ATM to withdraw money or filling up your gas tank at the gas station.
Once a crime where the thieves simply tried to steal packages or a purse or a wallet from your car, now police say juggers have developed a new game plan.
The thieves aim to find a victim that looks distracted and then take what they have, even if that means running up to them and stripping their purse or bags or expensive belongings.
These entrepreneurs are scoring at the highest levels ever.
What an exciting country we have. The entire nation will soon be like the popular video game, Grand Theft Auto.
Harris County is breaking records, and we are just now entering the jugger season.
I suspect numbers prior to the coronavirus hoax were generally much lower. We’ve totally destroyed our economy and now crime is emerging as a viable option for a lot of people.
The Beautiful Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo was on the campaign trail—smelling like Miami—claiming that violent crime is down 10%!
“We've already been able to bring down that violent crime rate by at least 10 percent. These are August numbers.“
Down “at least 10 percent?”
The juggers say otherwise, Lina!
Still, I’m glad the voting machines re-elected her. She’s Columbian and a woman, so she deserves to be in charge.
Experts say the best way to avoid juggers is to buy everything from Jeff Bezos on Amazon. It’s much safer to have your items stolen from your porch than from your cold dead hands.
Experts also suggest using the term “jugga” when discussing the new business model with friends and family. Representatives from the jugger community told Current Revolt “that’s our word” and requested that their “essential businesses be treated with respect.”