Recently, I wrote about the immense, seemingly unsolvable homeless problem in California. (When I say “unsolvable,” I mean it’s unsolvable by the very liberal bureaucrats who are running it into the ground.)
Lifezette reported that “There are roughly 55,000 homeless people in Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Times, so this is no small thing — and that number represents a 75 percent spike in the city’s homeless population over the past six years. The state of California also has 24 percent of the nation’s homeless population (or 134,000 people), according to the state’s auditor office. Californians are about twice as likely to be homeless as their peers across the country.”
Regrettably, this has begun to show up in more and more horrible ways.
A foul odor permeated from a massive bag of human excrement sludge left on a street corner in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district Saturday.
The horrendous smell and sight quickly gained notoriety when a Reddit user posted a screen shot of a report made to San Francisco’s Citizen app for identifying crimes.
“Twenty pounds of feces dumped onto sidewalk,” the report called out.
Nancy Alfaro, a spokesperson for 311, says three reports of the human waste at the corner of Cedar and Polk were made to the city’s customer service number and app on Saturday.
“The customers did report a large amount of waste,” Alfaro says. “It was sent to Public Works.”
Nancy Alfaro, a spokesperson for 311, says while reports of human waste are common, this large of an amount is “not typical.”REPORTS OF HUMAN WASTE SHOULDN’T BE COMMON!!!!!!!!! https://t.co/6Kmq7T17Sa
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) July 3, 2018
Hat Tip: SFGate
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