Nancy Pelosi Criticizes Trump Over Coronavirus, But Teeming Outdoor Homelessness In Her District In San Francisco May Just Become Ground Zero For Outbreak In United States

by Geoffrey Grider

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is criticizing Trump over handling of coronavirus, but the teeming homeless problem and sanitary conditions in her home district of San Francisco may just lead to a ground zero outbreak of the disease.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is criticizing President Trump over his response to the coronavirus, but she needs to look a little closer to home to see where the real problem is. She is a congresswoman for San Francisco, an area that has a massive outdoor homeless tent city population, and an area of the country already teeming with diseases like the bubonic plague. The homeless there openly defecate on the streets amid the squalor of this once idyllic city by the bay. If the coronavirus comes to Nancy Pelosi’s district, cases will spread like wildfire.

Why is Nancy Pelosi so silent on this issue? In San Francisco thousands of homeless openly defecate on the city streets, and it is causing myriad health issues. 

Forbes reports that in Nancy Pelosi’s district: ” The trash, used needles, and human waste littering California’s cities have led to increased numbers of rats and—along with them—fleas and deadly diseases. There were 13 reported cases of typhus in California in 2008, spiking to 167 in 2018, while hepatitis A, tuberculosis, and staph has been spreading aggressively in San Francisco and other California cities. A new public health threat may be on the verge of making a deadly appearance: bubonic plague—known in the Middle Ages as the “Black Death”—it was responsible killing about 60% of the population of Eurasia in the mid-1300s.” READ MORE

San Francisco is a dirty, rotten, disease-infested rat hole thanks to the Democratic policies that have destroyed it, and Nancy Pelosi has done literally nothing about the homeless problem. Nothing. What did she do yesterday to reassure her people that she was “handling things”? She baked fortune cookies with the message “United We Stand”, but guess what? Her district is sinking, and with the coronavirus now here, Nancy Pelosi and her filthy district may just be overseeing the spread of it. See video below on just how crazy bad San Francisco has become.

President Trump tears into Nancy Pelosi, Schumer for politicizing coronavirus

FROM THE NY POST: President Trump on Wednesday ripped House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer over their criticism of his response to the coronavirus threat — charging that they were playing politics while he was trying to protect the American people. “I think Speaker Pelosi is incompetent. I think she’s not thinking about the country,” he said when asked about the California Democrat’s statement that Trump didn’t know what he was doing in his response to the threat.

“Instead of making a statement like that where I’ve been beating her routinely at everything, instead of making a statement like that, she should be saying we have to work together because we have a big problem potentially and maybe it’s going to be a very little problem,” Trump said at the White House during a press briefing on the administration’s response to the worldwide virus.

“I hope that it’s going to be a very little problem but we have to work together. Instead she wants to do the same thing with ‘Crying’ Chuck Schumer,” he said.

While Her District Wallows In Filthy Human Excrement, Nancy Pelosi Makes Fortune Cookies That Say All Is Well When It Absolutely Is Not

The New York senator had panned the administration’s request for $2.5 billion to combat the virus, saying it wasn’t enough, and urged Congress to spend $8.5 billion.

“He goes out and says the president only asks for $2.5 million. He should have $8.5 billion. This is the first time I’ve ever been told we should take more, usually it’s we have to take less,” the president said. “He shouldn’t be making statements like that because it’s so bad for the country, and Nancy Pelosi, she should go back to her district and get it cleaned it up. I’m just saying, we should all be working together. She’s trying to create a panic and there’s no reason to panic because we have done so good,” he asserted.

“All they’re trying to do is get a political advantage. This isn’t about political advantage, we’re all trying to do the right thing. They shouldn’t be saying this is terrible, president trump isn’t asking for enough money. How stupid a thing to say?”

Nancy Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff, Drew Hammill, responded to Trump’s claims by retweeting a video the House speaker originally posted Monday of her making fortune cookies in San Francisco with the message, “United We Stand.”

“This is what competent leadership looks like,” Hammill tweeted. “The Speaker on Monday visited San Francisco’s Chinatown, the beautiful heart of her district, to urge calm and support local businesses. Ridiculous to suggest her actions have caused panic.”

“This is not political. Our proposal was put together after hearing from public health experts and looking at historical precedents, like in 2009 when Congress appropriated over $7B to fight the H1N1 flu,” Schumer said in a statement to The Post. “My message to the president is simple: It was incompetent and dangerous to propose cuts to CDC funding or simply trust other governments (like China) to handle this. Simply incompetent.” READ MORE

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