September 20, 2020

The Legend of Poopalosi and the Poop-Strewn Streets of San Francisco

Democrat Nancy Pelosi is the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. As such, she is third in the line of succession for the Presidency. She's a politically powerful woman, and she lives in what could be called a literally shitty city. 

San Francisco is Pelosi's home, and it has become legendary for the vast quantity of human feces strewn along its streets. 

The city has a huge number of homeless people, many of whom are mentally ill. Many of them frequently poop on sidewalks and other public spaces. In October 2018 San Francisco was named the "Poop Capital of the U.S.," and the problem has only continued to get worse.

Which brings us to the wonderfully-titled video, "Nancy Pelosi vs The 'Sh%tposting' Crapper Bandit." Done by "Felix Rex" (one of my favorite YouTubers), the video examines what I'll call a "protest poop" laid down on Nancy Pelosi's driveway. 

Yes, it's exactly what it sounds like. On Saturday, Sept. 12, a live-streamer called "Armando" set up his camera across from Pelosi's house, then strategically squatted in her driveway


San Francisco is the city of human feces, used needles, and aggressive panhandlers. "America, this is your future under Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi." ~ John Philips, Orange County Register

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