VIDEO: Frisco man smokes meth while skateboarding with mattress as a sail
Just another day in San Francisco, with mentally challenged drug addicts being among the few using the streets and parks of the Paris of the Pacific.
Jaded city residents have become so accustomed to strange human sights they hardly shrug, but it’s become so bad that the mostly liberal inhabitants are starting to turn on their progressive leaders.
@SFGotham, an independent researcher who exposes the city’s crime, corruption and policy failures on Twitter, saw something this week that made the crusader look twice. Watch below:
Junkie on a skateboard carrying a mattress while smoking meth? Just another day in SF!
— SF Gotham (@SFGotham) September 13, 2020
Unfortunately, such human tragedies have become more common place as of late, as lockdowns destroy the economy and the city pools its few resources on failing mega-million-dollar poverty industrial complex spends. One horrified parent chronicled the following at a city park:
Further deterioration of SF downtown. My kid wanted to ride scooter today in Yerba Buena Park&playground. We saw there half naked woman, vagrants next to ice skating, used needle in seedbed. City is overrun by junkies. Mayor doesn’t care about downtown kids & their well-being pic.twitter.com/WOyMfU61PA
— Patrick Dlesk (Safe Mason Street) (@PatrickDlesk_SF) September 13, 2020
A target of the revolting and revolted residents is Supervisor Matt Haney of District 6, which includes the Tenderloin, easily the hardest hit area by drugs and homelessness. They accuse the self described urbanist and populist of virtue signaling on global issues while ignoring the disintegration of the city.
“You’re a failure. Trying to cure climate change and transportation issues? In your district, there’s a half naked woman in a kid’s playground, plus a bunch of people shooting up and leaving their needles everywhere,” thundered Chron 4 and City Journal reporter Erica Sandberg.
“Start there and don’t leave ’till you fix it,” added Sandberg, who did an exposé on the city’s well meaning but destructive “harm reduction” program that hands out drug paraphernalia to people on the street.
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