San Francisco’s oldest toy store, Jeffrey’s Toy Store, is set to close its doors within weeks, citing the changing economy, inflation, and the difficulties of operating a business in the Democratic city. The store, which has been a mainstay in the city for over eight decades and served as the inspiration for Hollywood’s “Toy Story” franchise, couldn’t survive the reign of modern Democrats or the Joe Biden presidency.
— Brett Murphy (@bmurphypointman) January 28, 2024
The Luhn family, who owns the business, expressed their sadness over the closure. A family attorney stated that the store had been struggling for years due to the perils and violence of the downtown environment, inflation, decreased consumer spending, and the demise of retail worldwide. The attorney also emphasized the need for the City of San Francisco and the Downtown Association to revitalize the downtown experience.
While an official closing date has not been announced, it’s clear that the iconic toy store’s closure is directly attributable to the poor governance of Democrats and their approach to government. San Francisco, known for its natural beauty and ingenuity, has become a cesspool of crime and homelessness under decades of Democratic misrule. Additionally, the inflation that has affected American consumers is a direct result of the Biden presidency and its floodgates of federal money.
While the changing retail environment and increase in online shopping may have played a role in Jeffrey’s Toy Store’s decline, the uncontrollable factors of perils, violence, and inflation, caused by Democratic mismanagement, have contributed significantly to its demise. This is just one of many business horror stories from San Francisco, and it’s clear that the city needs a change in leadership to revitalize its economy and address the pressing issues it faces.