Liberal Laws to Blame for the Homelessness Problem in America

The liberal utopia of San Francisco is the nastiest, grimiest city in America. You can travel to remote Native villages in Alaska along the Yukon River, where none of the residents have indoor plumbing in their homes, and it smells better than San Fran.

People think that we’re exaggerating when we tell them this, but we would swear on a Bible that this is absolutely true: Take a bottle of Listerine in your car if you plan to drive across the bridge from Oakland to San Francisco. Why? Because you will need it to rinse the liberal stank of human feces and urine out of your mouth, just from breathing the air in San Francisco.

Before Donald Trump ever complains about s**thole countries in Africa again, he should pay a visit to the house that Nancy Pelosi and Dianne Feinstein built!

Why is San Francisco so awful? Why is there such an incredible volume of hoboes and illegal aliens  defecating on the sidewalks and shooting up in front of coffee shops and homes? The answer is simple: Corrupt liberalism.

More specifically, the problem is caused by the Democrats’ weird weather religion, which they use as an excuse to prevent entrepreneurs from building any new housing and drive up the prices of existing housing. Here’s a way that you can see the problems in San Francisco without having to get a tetanus shot afterwards: Watch this incredible report from John Stossel about how bad laws from liberals lead to horrible consequences for real people.

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