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Jul 05 2018

Degeneracy Starts Costing San Francisco Conventions

There is a price to be paid for letting moonbattery reduce your city to a cesspool — especially if that city is as reliant as San Francisco on tourists. A major medical association is pulling out its conventions:

“It’s the first time that we have had an out-and-out cancellation over the issue, and this is a group that has been coming here every three or four years since the 1980s,” said Joe D’Alessandro, president and CEO of S.F. Travel, the city’s convention bureau.

The first time will not be the last time, if current trends in Pelositown continue.

They aren’t saying which association it is, but the initials are likely AMA. Chicago is mentioned as the headquarters, a major clue.

The group’s annual five-day trade show draws 15,000 attendees and pumps about $40 million into the local economy. … [P]ostconvention surveys showed their members were afraid to walk amid the open drug use, threatening behavior and mental illness that are common on the streets.

Here’s why this is so ominous:

Tourism is San Francisco’s biggest industry, bringing in $9 billion a year, employing 80,000 people and generating more than $725 million in local taxes — conventions represent about $1.7 billion of the business.

You might get away with leaving moonbats in charge for a while, but never indefinitely.

On tips from 1-Bodhisattva and Chuck A.

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