Children Walk Through San Francisco’s Homeless and Drug Infested Streets


    The video was posted to Twitter on Friday, by Ricci Wynne. Wynne claimed to have recorded the video on the corner between 8th Street and Mission street while children and passengers were getting off the 14 Transit line.

    Wynne insists in a loud voice on behalf of youngsters to “get home safe” before flipping the camera to show several drug addicts allegedly shooting up on the street while the kids make their way across it.

    “They got to walk through this sh*t,” Wynne stated. “These children have to traverse this sh*t. This sh*t is insane.”

    In his tweet, Wynne wrote, “Now ask yourself this question: would you want your children to walk through this squalor just to get home from school?” He shared the Twitter handles of a variety of notable Bay Area and California Democrat politicians as well as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), the congressional district of which she is located is where the video was filmed.

    In a follow-up tweet, Wynne called the street “Pure filth.”

    The location where this shocking incident took place is situated just blocks from the city's famous “crime-ridden” Tenderloin district, in which the problem of addiction to drugs got so bad that the mayor London Breed declared a “state of emergency” in the district, Breitbart News reported in December.

    Alongside the rife addiction to drugs  in the Tenderloin district, there was also a massive crime rate in the area which caused Breed to declare this emergency. Breed was a pioneer in the cause for the Black Lives Matter movement that wanted to “defund the police.”

    Former District Attorney Chesa Boudin resisted Breed's announcement when he entered “office promising not to prosecute so-called ‘quality-of-life' crimes like public urination,” Breitbart News reported. The District Attorney funded by Soros was recently dismissed by a recall vote in June.

    The San Francisco Chronicle recently stated in June that this city was “worse than it looks” since drugs and crime make businesses flee.

    The Chronicle reported in 2021 that 645 people perished within the Golden Gate city due to overdoses of drugs, and 711 died from overdoses in the year 2020. Fentanyl was the principal cause of deaths due to overdose and deaths, as was Methamphetamine.


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