San Francisco: Hundreds of Federal Workers Allegedly Told to Work from Home to Avoid Crime

In a utopia, everything is perfect, and it is nothing but endless happiness.

The blacks run loose, unoppressed. Drugs flow freely, so that victimized addicts don’t have to worry about getting arrested simply for feeding an addiction they have no control over.

However, in such a utopia, you may want to be careful on the way to work. In fact, you’d better just… never leave your home.

San Francisco Examiner:

Open-air drug dealing, homelessness and crime have reportedly forced a federal agency to recommend that hundreds of its employees in San Francisco work from home.

Cheryl R. Campbell, assistant secretary for administration at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, sent a memo earlier this month saying that conditions outside San Francisco’s Nancy Pelosi Federal Building at 7th and Mission streets are such that the agency recommends that “employees maximize the use of telework for the foreseeable future,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

It’s the latest move in a city grappling with an unprecedented narcotics crisis. San Francisco police have seized nearly 300 pounds of narcotics this year, including more than 175 pounds of fentanyl in the nearby Tenderloin.

Fentanyl is part and parcel of living in a utopia

San Francisco police Chief Bill Scott said the drug haul surpassed the total amount of drugs seized all last year. Tenderloin police officers have also arrested 533 people for selling narcotics so far this year, not far from the 566 total arrests in all of 2022.

The federal building houses the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Transportation, as well as Pelosi’s office. It was unclear Tuesday if those agencies have directed employees to work from home due to the conditions outside the building.

San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Evan Sernoffsky said officers are working with local, state and federal partners to address the drug crisis in the Tenderloin and South of Market neighborhoods.

The drug crisis in San Francisco is so rampant that in May, Gov. Gavin Newsom dispatched California Highway Patrol officers and members of the California National Guard to The City to crack down on drug dealing, make arrests and seize drugs.

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Easy there.

We don’t arrest black people in this country, okay? We don’t sic the cops on them. The cops are evil racists who want to kill black people for literally no reason.

We stand with black drug dealers against the oppression of white supremacy. That’s who we are.

If we want the blacks to stop attacking random people on the street, we need to remove whatever cops still remain.

The fact that Gavin Newsom still has cops shows that he is not truly committed to this utopia, and has betrayed the revolution.