“Squad” member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) has decided that Walgreens is racist after the company closed a location in her district on Wednesday.

Laying down her accusation on the House Floor on this week, she revealed Walgreens’ plan to close another pharmacy located at Warren Street, Roxbury, in the Massachusett’s 7th congressional district.

Pointing out that the community is 85% black and Latino, the far-left representative stated, “This closure is a part of a larger trend of abandoning low-income communities like the previous closures in Mattapan and Hyde Park, both in the Massachusetts 7th. When a Walgreens leaves a neighborhood, they disrupt the entire community and they take with them baby formula, diapers, asthma inhalers, life-saving medications, and, of course, jobs.”

“These closures are not arbitrary and they are not innocent. They are life-threatening acts of racial and economic discrimination,” she added.

Pressley then went further to challenge Walgreen’s CEO Tim Wentworth, an effort collaborated by Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who join those in opposition to the closure in arguing that the closure would lead to a pharmacy desert in the area.

“Why was there no community input? No adequate notice to customers? And no transition resources to prevent gaps in health care?” she asked, adding, “Shame on you, Walgreens. Having a website with talking points about health equity and underserved communities is not enough. Walgreens is a multi-billion-dollar corporation that needs to put their money where their mouth is and stop divesting from Black and brown communities.”

While Pressley is making the company’s decision about race, Walgreens said that the several factors it takes into account when closing a store includes the dynamics of the local market and a change in purchasing habits of customers.

Walgreens’ decision to close the store in Pressley’s district comes among various closures across the country, as the company revealed last year that it would be closing 150 stores in total.

Massachusett’s 7th congressional district would be the fourth closure of a local Walgreens in Boston in a little over a year.

The company has said that it would be transferring patient files and prescriptions to a Walgreens that is about one mile away from the closed-down location. It would also offer free same-day delivery of prescription drugs for 90 days into the closure and waive the purchase minimum requirement of $35.