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Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco: People Learn ‘Poopie Dance’ to Avoid Feces on City Streets

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Residents of San Francisco are facing challenges with increasing homelessness, leading to sidewalks being used as toilets, prompting locals to navigate the streets carefully in order to avoid stepping in waste.

The city recently cleared its streets of homeless individuals before a high-profile event, sparking criticism from constituents.

San Francisco’s historic Tenderloin District is particularly affected, and the city’s mayor has acknowledged ongoing issues while emphasizing efforts to address them. (Trending: Top Democrat Loses In Historic Landslide)

“The need to tread carefully is most imperative in the city’s historic Tenderloin District – a 40-block area downtown,” a Mail article noted.

“When people are coming to San Francisco, they are surprised that things aren’t as bad as what they thought they were,” said San Francisco Mayor London Breed.

“Are things perfect in San Francisco? No, they’re not, but we continue to work aggressively at it in order to solve some of our most pressing problems.”

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