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Filth riddled Frisco loses medical convention

It was simply a matter of time before a once beautiful and pristine city like San Francisco stopped attracting businesses and organizations.

Recently, a major medical association announced it will no longer hold its annual convention in the “bay city” (an event attended by over 15,000 conventioneers yearly) because of the unsafe and squalid environment which now permeates the city.

The Chicago-based medical association’s decision to hold the convention elsewhere may finally signal the beginning of the end of San Francisco’s lucrative $2 billion annual industry.

Moreover, its self-destructive progressive policies have reduced one of the most affluent cities in the country into a third world environment, leaving many to wonder when will it end?

The announcement regarding the medical association convention leaves San Francisco with a $40 million loss and the potential of other organizations following suit. Especially, after a 20-pound bag of human feces was dumped last week on a city sidewalk.

The incident was compounded further by a New York Post expose, “Human waste-related complaints in San Francisco have skyrocketed 400% from 2008 to 2018, according to data from the city’s 311 system. In 2017 alone, more than 21,000 reports were received, due in part to the thousands of homeless people living throughout the city without regular access to restrooms.”

Kimberlin Brown Pelzer, 57, a former actress and business owner appeared Friday night on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight.

“I’m third generation Californian, born and raised, and this is not the California I came from or knew for that matter,” acknowledged Pelzer, who is running on the Republican ticket for Congress, in the 36th congressional district against incumbent Democrat Raul Ruiz.

“I have people coming into my stores on a regular basis stealing items that my employees are later finding on Craigslist, and the police can’t do anything about it,” she said. “They say they won’t show up because, where do you send a ticket for someone who is homeless?” She added, “they simply don’t show up any longer, and they’ve made crime okay in the State of California.”

Pelzer said San Francisco, which is “Nancy Pelosi’s backyard,” is at the epicenter of a “liberal agenda that is driving California down the path that it’s going and Raul Ruiz, who I’m running against, is doing the exact same thing.”

Joe D’Alessandro, president and CEO of the San Francisco Travel Association, whose core responsibility is to attract new business and organizations to the city, lamented “It’s already hitting San Francisco in the pocketbook.”

Adding, “We don’t want San Francisco to be seen as a dirty, unsafe, unfriendly city, and we need to do what we can to counter that.”

However, according to D’Alessandro, the “handwriting appears to be already on the wall” in that the Chicago-based medical association specifically referenced the city’s “dirty streets” and “unsafe” atmosphere as the reason why their members decided to walk away from San Francisco

“They just said that the conditions of the streets, in their mind, had gotten to the point where their delegates don’t feel safe coming to San Francisco,” he said. “They see harassment on the street, and it’s not a pleasant environment, so they have reconsidered all future years in San Francisco.”

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9 comments

  1. We were in San Francisco two years ago and it was awful. There were people shooting up right on the street in the middle of the financial district, in front of the corporate headquarters of some of the largest companies in America. The streets smelled of urine. There is virtually no police presence like there is in New York for example. It used to be one of our favorite cities to visit but I don’t think we’ll ever go back.

  2. Disgusting people, disgusting Liberal DNC, Criminal Organization should be shut down! Classless Negros should not be in politics! They are an embarrassment to themselves, their race, and we’re never meant to be in political office!

  3. Norman Staples Sr.

    San Francisco is probably dirtier now than after the earthquake of 1906. The difference is back then they cared but today they don’t.

  4. This essay offers zero evidence that “liberals destroyed San Francisco.”

    Why do people live on the streets? Because San Francisco rents are too high for most people to afford, even when working full-time. Once people lose their homes, their hygiene suffers. Bush had one good idea–he made it easier for these desperate people to acquire a cell phone, since there’s no way to respond to a job offer without a phone. But not having an address is even worse. Homeless people have little or no access even to toilets. Where would *you* relieve yourself, if you had no home and no access to a toilet?

    San Francisco’s challenges are shared with every US city that has fallen victim to the largely Republican policies that funnel our nation’s wealth away from ordinary people and into the pockets of the ultra-wealthy. Inequality of finances, health care, and every sort of opportunity has been running rampant since Reagan.

    Trickle-down economics is a total failure, and pushing it on our country over and over is just plain evil. Trying to blame Republican failures on liberals is a transparent attempt by conservatives to avoid taking personal responsibility for the results of their votes.

  5. Californistan is and will become more and more of a sh!t hole as long as the citizens vote demoncrat. They will get what they deserve because of their inability to except truth and facts. Please secede, please. No foreign aid and don’t migrate to Texas. Stay where you are and fix your own problems. Don’t move here and contaminate the greatest country in the world, TEXAS!!!!

  6. I guess my post was to offensive to print. Oh yeah, it was the truth. My bad. I keep making that mistake.

  7. A wonderful screed, devoid of any mention of the contributions to homelessness resulting from: 1) increased population, 2) rising cost of living, 3) ridiculous housing prices, 4) the make up and causes of homelessness (veterans, addicts, mental health, economic homelessness, etc.), 5) lack of sufficient facilities for the homeless, etc., etc. Likewise, the author offers no solutions to mitigate the Bay Area’s homeless problem, other than to somehow blame liberals for causing this problem.

    Complex problems do not have simple causes, nor do they have simple solutions. Homelessness has been a problem in the Bay Area for years and has reached new heights resulting from a variety of demographic and economic factors. However, finger pointing to place blame without serious suggestions for solving the problem is a waste of time.

    Too often, cities and neighborhoods merely want to move the homeless elsewhere – a classic NIMBY response that does little but punt the problem elsewhere. If we really want to solve homelessness, we need to recognize that homelessness is a social rather than a law enforcement problem, and avoid “band-aid” solutions (more porto-potties) that do nothing to address the underlying causes of homelessness.

  8. They don’t call call it SanFransicko for nothing!

  9. You know that things are bad when a Chicago based organization says that San Francisco is too dirty.

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