Shock video: School children in San Fran forced to walk through squalor of drug addicts shooting up

An appalling cell phone video shows young children having to navigate a gauntlet of vagrants after exiting a school bus in Democrat-controlled San Francisco.

Citizen journalist Ricci Wynne, who shared the viral footage to Twitter on Friday that has been seen by millions on the platform, explained in stark terms, “These children where getting off the 14 transit line in San Francisco, California, on 8th and Mission. This is no back [alley], this is a main artery in our city that has been hijacked [by] drug dealers and now it is pure filth.”

He added rhetorically about the nightmare scenario in the so-called progressive, once-beautiful city, “Now ask yourself this question would you want your children to walk through this squalor just to get home from school?”

In a brief narration as he advised the public schoolers to get home safe, Wynne in a nutshell summed up the ghastly situation: “These little kids have to walk through this s–t; This s–t is crazy.”


Wynne, 37, a self-described recovering addict, regularly posts videos (** Warning for language) about what he has deemed a “lawless drug dystopia” in San Francisco.

“The open-air drug den in the video which the young children are forced to walk through is just a block away from the city’s notorious taxpayer-funded Linkage Center, which quickly became a site for addicts to take illicit drugs on the street in broad daylight,” the Daily Mail claimed.

“The Tenderloin Linkage Center was set up in January in a bid to direct the city’s homeless drug addicts towards services that could help them, including medical care and rehab. It was opened after Mayor London Breed declared a state of emergency in the Tenderloin district and calling for police to crack down on open drug uses and dealing…”

The Linkage Center “is situated close to San Francisco’s famous Union Square and Civic Center, with many locals claiming the facility has made the once pristine tourist destination a grimy hotspot for crime and drug-taking,” the Daily Mail noted.

The mayor is apparently not renewing the lease, such that the location is expected to shut down by year’s end.

“Staunchly-Democrat San Francisco has now become as well known for its open-air drug taking and homeless problem as the Golden Gate and Alcatraz,” the news outlet added about the crime-ridden municipality which appears to be saddled with an entrenched and ineffective, priorities-incongruent bureaucracy at city hall implementing failed liberal policies.

On June 7, city voters recalled soft-on-crime, Soros-backed district attorney Chesa Boudin. Mayor Breed subsequently appointed ex-Boudin prosecutor, and Boudin critic, Brooke Jenkins to the position on an interim basis pending a special election in November.

In addition to homelessness and drug addicts on the streets, and the rapid deterioration of the social fabric in general, murder, burglaries, and car thefts all reportedly increased on Boudin’s watch.

According to the New York Post on Saturday in what sounds like, unfortunately, more of the same, “Last week, San Francisco implemented a six-month, $3 million program that will see community workers rather than police respond to low-level emergency calls about the homeless.”

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