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SAN FRAN CHAOS: Bay Area to Use ‘TRACKING SYSTEM’ to Help Homeless Population

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.06.18

San Francisco officials continued their ongoing struggle to combat the region’s escalating homeless crisis this week; unveiling a new “tracking system” that would identify every “homeless man, woman, and child” living in the city.

According to Business Insider, local authorities are poised to launch the program in an attempt to “crack down on the city’s very visible homeless crisis.”

Recent statistics show the Bay Area has an estimated homeless population of 7,500.

“The new system intends to track the health, housing, jail, and counseling history of every homeless person in the city,” writes Business Insider. “The final product allows homeless outreach professionals to log in to an app and view the state of homelessness in the city in real time.”

“I know it’s going to make a difference,” said Jeff Kositsky, the head of San Francisco’s Department of Homeless and Supportive Housing. “Maybe not right away, but it will happen.”

Read the full report here.

CALIFORNIA CHAOS: Major Conventions ABANDON San Francisco Over ‘Safety’ Concerns

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.03.18

As thousands of Americans abandon San Francisco over rising crime, escalating homelessness, and rampant drug use, one major convention has decided to pull-the-plug on its semi-annual Bay Area conference; saying its members “no longer feel safe” in the region.

According to SF Gate, at least one “major medical association” has decided to cancel its annual convention in San Francisco; ending a tradition that extends back to the early 1980s.

“It’s the first time that we have had an out-and-out cancellation over the issue, and this is a group that has been coming here every three or four years since the 1980s,” said the President of San Francisco’s tourism bureau.

“The doctors group told the San Francisco delegation that while they loved the city, post-convention surveys showed their members were afraid to walk amid the open drug use, threatening behavior and mental illness that are common on the streets,” writes SF Gate.

“There was a time when the biggest obstacle to having a convention here was that it can be expensive, but now we have this new factor,” added the tourism insider.

Read the full report here.

CALIFORNIA CHAOS: Residents FLEE SAN FRANCISCO Over Sanctuary City Laws, Rampant Crime

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.09.18

Residents are fleeing the San Francisco area at levels not seen in more than a decade as years of liberal policies take their toll; with locals decrying rampant drug use, Sanctuary City laws, and crippling taxes as the motivating factor to pack up and abandon the City by the Bay.

According to CBS News, more people are emigrating from the Bay Area than are moving in; making the region the “number one place” for out-migration in the nation. The crisis is reaching a fever pitch, with U-Haul business owners refusing to rent vans to those leaving town, fearing they won’t be able to retrieve their vehicles.

“I loved it here when I first got here. I really loved it here. But it’s just not the same,” said one software engineer. “We don’t like it here anymore. You know, we don’t like this sanctuary state status and just the politics.”

“Silicon Valley has been this place that is growing. And it was mostly due to people relocating here and relocating from other parts of the world. That’s changing,” said another executive in the technology industry.

Despite new guidelines distributed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, San Francisco refuses to comply with federal immigration policies; declaring itself a Sanctuary City and defying agencies determined to restrict the flow of illegal immigrants into California.

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