For the past couple of years, we’ve reported in some horrifying detail on how the professional left has totally transformed the city of San Francisco from this country’s most beautiful city, our Cape Town, into a cesspool of filth, homelessness and drug addiction. That is not an exaggeration. There are now more junkies in San Francisco than there are high school students.
And so you won’t be surprised to learn that the city has also become threatening and dangerous. The rate of property crime in San Francisco is the highest of any big city in America. More than five dozen cars are smashed and robbed every single day of the year. It’s a disaster.
The article goes on to state the following:
But don’t worry, the city’s leaders have a plan to respond to this. And of course, it’s not more cops or better enforcement of the law. That would be bigoted. Instead, the city of San Francisco has decided to ban words that suggest San Francisco has a crime problem. If people aren’t allowed to talk about crime, maybe they won’t notice crime exists. That’s the thinking.
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