CNN correspondents robbed at gunpoint in liberal city

Yet another CNN correspondent has fallen victim to crime in the city of San Francisco. This time, Senior CNN correspondent Dan Simon took to social media to warn others about his experience being robbed. However, he was not the only victim of the day. Another victim was a CNN colleague who was robbed at gunpoint while reporting on car burglaries. It’s not surprising that San Francisco, with its reputation for being a haven for criminals, would be the scene of yet another robbery. What is surprising, though, is the city’s leadership’s priorities, or rather the lack thereof.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has been busy creating a draft reparations plan to address the legacy of slavery and systemic racism in America. They have made more than 100 recommendations, which include payments of $5 million to every eligible black adult, the elimination of personal debt and tax burdens, guaranteed annual incomes of at least $97,000 for the next 250 years, and homes in San Francisco for just $1 per family. While the cost of implementing these proposals has not been analyzed, estimates suggest that it would cost each non-black family at least $600,000!

It’s ludicrous to punish a generation that had nothing to do with slavery by making them pay for the wrongs done in the past. Evidently, the Board of Supervisors has gone insane, and the mentally challenged leftist constituents of San Francisco endorse their ideas. This would be a terrible idea even if it were only limited to direct descendants of slaves, with descendants of slave owners being asked to bear the burden. But imagine the plight of people living in San Francisco whose families never owned slaves; they would still have to pay for these multimillion-dollar payouts, while themselves struggling to make ends meet.

The Board of Supervisors’ decision to triple down on this absurd and offensive proposal is reminiscent of the recent actions of the San Francisco Education Board. While students in the city were locked out of schools, the board was busy canceling the names of the schools. Such actions demonstrate the priorities that San Francisco’s leadership has established. The voters in the city have consistently elected left-wing figures into positions of authority, and they are now paying the price for it. It is time for the people of San Francisco to take a long, hard look at the kind of progress they are making, and decide whether the current leadership is worth retaining.

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