San Francisco’s Filthy Streets Get a Deep Cleaning

It is a new progressive era.

It smells a little better than usual in San Francisco. It smells like a whiff of peppermint.

After that poll which showed that 40% of San Francisco residents are planning to leave the city in the next few years, the city has sent out people with pressure washers to clean up the filth in the streets. It has gotten so bad that New York Magazine is attacking Chesa Boudin.


“SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco is famous for many things, but it has also become notorious for being filthy. On Thursday, two programs were launched with the goal of changing that.

Armed with pressure washers and a pungent peppermint deodorant, crews took on the filth and grime along Fillmore Street, officially kicking off the city’s expanded street cleaning efforts.

“So we can do a lot more detailed work than we normally do,” said Rachel Gordon of San Francisco Public Works of the new effort to clean up the city. “We dig out weeds from the sidewalk. We paint out graffiti everywhere. We flush down the roadway with water.” …”

Violent crime is exploding in San Francisco.

Homelessness is exploding in San Francisco.

Shoplifting has gone mainstream in San Francisco.

Housing is increasingly unaffordable in San Francisco.

The AAPI community is under relentless assault by “white supremacists.”

In spite of this makeover, the streets are usually covered with urine, human feces, drug needles and graffiti and will swiftly revert to their natural state due to the sheer numbers of mentally ill homeless people who are concentrated there and taking over the city.

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Author: Hunter Wallace

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