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San Francisco Declares State of Emergency, Officials Admit They Cannot Handle Coronavirus

The leader in state-sponsored terrorism, Iran, and Sanctuary City San Francisco have something thing in common. Both are in such a disgraceful state that they are unable to handle the coronavirus.

San Francisco has spent millions harboring criminal aliens while homelessness spiked on its city streets. The mayor’s office has done everything wrong to reverse the fast-rising rents and lack of affordable housing. The number of people living and defecating in the neighborhoods and business areas increased by 17 percent from 2017 to 2019. Nearly 10,000 residents are now considered homeless, and the grossly unsanitary conditions are expected to exacerbate the spread of coronavirus in the City by the Bay.

City officials declared a state of emergency as they realized they are woefully unprepared for a pandemic. “We see the virus spreading in new parts of the world every day, and we are taking the necessary steps to protect San Franciscans from harm,” Mayor London Breed recently said.

Although a modest 53 cases of the coronavirus have been identified in the U.S. and only 10 in California, the city has been forced to take stock in its own failed leadership. Health officials are supporting the decision to declare a health emergency even with so few confirmed cases. That’s largely due to the fact San Francisco already suffers sickening conditions.

“It allows us to look at things like shelters and other opportunities for us to expand in the event that that’s necessary and do a broader assessment of the city’s capacity to respond in the event that there is an outbreak of coronavirus in San Francisco,” city Department of Public Health director Dr. Grant Colfax reportedly said.

The Trump Administration has implemented rigorous defenses to handle the spread, and the vast majority of communities are confident it can be reasonably contained. San Francisco and other liberal strongholds, however, are increasingly vulnerable because of faltering infrastructure and unclean conditions. In many ways, San Francisco is suffering from the same dire situation as Iran.

Iran, whose economy has all but collapsed due to sanctions, struggles with upwards of 30 million people living at or below the poverty line. Recently, its state-owned media rolled out phony propaganda that it invented a state-of-the-art testing kit.

“Shortly, we will be able to make hundreds of thousands and even millions of these kits and place them at the disposal of all of the country’s hospitals,” Iran’s dictator Hassan Rouhani reportedly said.

Despite the Muslim extremist leader’s effort to stifle the flow of hard data about Iran’s coronavirus death rate, media outlets are discovering Iran could suffer massive fatalities. Recent reports indicate that 19 Iranians have perished, and 139 cases have been confirmed. Iran is reportedly experiencing a 14-percent fatality rate.

Even though China was ground zero for the outbreak, the densely populated city residents it infected only caused a 2-percent mortality rate. The coronavirus appears to be a potential full-blown plague in Iran.

If the coronavirus is going to grow into a global pandemic, it will be the result of unsustainable and filthy living conditions created by failed leadership. It appears Iran and San Francisco have a great deal in common.


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