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"How dirty is San Francisco?" that's what NBC's Bay Area Investigation team asked in a new investigative report they complied regarding the state of San Francisco.
From a survey of 153 blocks, the team found needles scattered across the streets and feces likening the once great American city to a third-world country.
"We see poop, we see pee, we see needles, and we see trash,” Adelita Orellana told NBC Investigates.
Apparently, the city has become so filthy that 2-year-olds are now asking what the dirty items in the streets are to which parents are having to come up with innovative ways to explain to children why they can't go near the contaminated items. "The floor is dirty," shared 3-year-old A’Nylah Reed.
On Tuesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat argued that progressive policies are what has led to the mass exodus from San Francisco.
According to a Blaze article published earlier this month, "For the first time in decades, more people are leaving San Francisco than there are new people moving to the city. The mass exodus has propelled the Bay Area to the nation’s leading city for 'out-migration.'”
Click here to read the full story and watch the video above to hear Pat's take on the issue.
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