Nancy Pelosi’ San Francisco District Is Full of Crap…Literally

“The contamination is … much greater than communities in Brazil or Kenya or India,”


We already know that California Representative Nancy Pelosi is quite full of it. But as it turns out, her district may literally be more loaded with crap than she is. San Francisco officials have received thousands of complaints about human waste piling up all over the city.

San Francisco feces
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While Nancy Pelosi stays busy slamming Trump and the booming economy, her district is turning into a third-world wasteland. Maybe she wants all the illegal immigrants she works for to feel at home, but local residents are not happy.

Since 2013, San Francisco Public Works has logged more than 16,000 complaints specifically containing the word “feces” in them. 200 of those grievances have come in just the last week. The city has a website and an app where residents can file complaints and it’s not hard to see why they need to.

For example, last weekend city workers cleaned up more than 20 pounds of human feces on one San Francisco sidewalk. A city spokesperson confirmed the smelly mess, saying the large amount was “not typical.”  (Is any amount of poop on city sidewalks considered typical?)

However, that is not entirely accurate.  Back in March, an NBC News Bay Area investigation revealed that San Francisco is inundated with dirty needles, trash, and human waste. The team surveyed 153 blocks, including popular tourist spots.

After three days of combing the city, investigators uncovered “100 drug needles and more than 300 piles of feces” in the downtown area alone. University of California, Berkeley Infectious Disease expert Dr. Lee Riley, likened the area to slum dwellings.  

“The contamination is … much greater than communities in Brazil or Kenya or India,” said Riley.

Not surprisingly, many people, blame the growing problem on homelessness and addiction. Although, while that may be part of issue, the real problem is democratic fiscal policies and priorities.

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