Doom Loop Walking Tour Of San Francisco Sells Out
There's a new entertainment option for people morbidly fascinated with San Francisco's relentless decline: a "Downtown Doom Loop Walking Tour."
The, anonymous, dry-witted host invites tourists to "discover the policy choices that made America's wealthiest city the nation's innovative leader of housing crisis, addiction crisis, mental-health crisis, & unrepentant crime crisis." It's not clear if this will be an ongoing offering, but the maiden tour -- set for Saturday, August 26 -- is already sold out.
More liberal perks in San Francisco Bay Area. Crime in California is at highest level ever!!!
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"You will find no better expert," reads the tour's promotional page. "Your guide is an urban policy professional, card-carrying City Commissioner overseeing a municipal department with an annual budget over $500m, and cofounder of San Francisco's largest neighborhood association. He has spent hundreds of hours on both sides of the government dais, shouting into the opposite abyss."
"The tour will start at City Hall, and continue through Mid-Market, the Tenderloin, and Union Square. We will view open-air drug markets, the abandoned tech offices, the outposts of the non-profit industrial complex, and the deserted department stores."
San Francisco has deteriorated so much that federal officials are now advising hundreds of Health and Human Services employees to work remotely for the foreseeable future, rather than wade through "one of the city's most brazen open-air drug markets" that's just outside the Nancy Pelosi Federal Building on Seventh Street.
Government Bureaucrats instructed to work from home where Federal Office is now unsafe to access.
This is what the people of San Francisco voted for. A Crime wave and homelessness wave. Their liberal laws are now backfiring on them, and they are seeing why law and order is needed.
Instead of profit, the tour guide is apparently seeking an outlet for his policy frustrations. He says the tour "is the result of his own mental-health crisis," and that he'll donate proceeds to "a non-profit that does not actively degrade its community."
"How can a city with a $14.6 billion annual budget be a model of urban decay? How can it spend $776.8 million per year on police and have no rule of law to show for it? How can it spend $690 million on homeless services and receive an official United Nations condemnation for its treatment of the homeless (cruel and inhuman, violation of multiple human rights)?"https://www.zerohedge.com/political/doom-loop-walking-tour-san-fran-sells-out