If you needed more evidence that California is going down the toilet, recent news has publicized the fact that the city of San Francisco spent more than $94 million in 2019 in a failed effort to keep its streets free of human feces. More than 30,000 instances of public pooping were reported to authorities, and a recent picture of a man pooping in a Safeway supermarket went viral on social media. Will 2020 be any better for the city by the bay?
San Francisco’s poop problem just seems to be getting worse and worse. It’s driving away tourists and business, and the city’s response hasn’t stemmed the tide of public defecation. With the city’s new district attorney vowing not to prosecute quality of life issues, and with California officials unable to stem the homelessness and drug use that they incentivize with generous welfare programs, San Francisco may not get cleaner anytime soon.
To read more about San Francisco’s poop problem, read this article at the Daily Caller.