IN PHOTOS: Santa Monica BLM/AntiFa Rioters And Looters Decimate City

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The National Pulse visited the aftermath of Sunday night’s rioting and looting in downtown Santa Monica, California.

Below are exclusive pictures, for use with credit, taken by National Pulse Senior Reporter Natalie Winters:

The shelves of Shoe Palace, a store on the 3rd street promenade, are completely barren. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Sake House by Hikari was engulfed in flames. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Crossroads Trading Co. had the majority of their merchandise stolen. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Electronics store Cellular Gallery was left in utter disarray. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters).
Sweetgreen on 4th street was looted. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters).
Protestors add their own take to Wasteland’s signage. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Rioters loot and damage an adult store. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
‘Save A Life, Kill A Cop!!” spraypainted on a building in downtown Santa Monica. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Jinky’s restaurant remains unscathed in light of its “POC owned” sign. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
A Santa Monica hotel remains unbothered due to its “black owned” sign. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Inside Wasteland clothing store. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Cleanup crews in the Patagonia store. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Road Runner Sports saw most of its merchandise stolen. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)
Santa Monica’s response on the morning of 6/1. (Pic: The National Pulse/Natalie Winters)

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is freelance reporter.

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