Crime CRISIS – Fed Workers Told to Stay HOME in this State!

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( – On Sunday evening California Republican Representative Kevin Kiley posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, to point out that crime in San Francisco had gotten completely out of control because of the failed radical politics employed in the area. He added that the increase in crime has meant that both businesses and residents have had to change their operations and life in the city.

As Kiley pointed out on Aug. 4 a memo from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) instructed Federal Building employees to instead stay at home. In the memo, HHS also told workers that they needed to “maximize” the option of working remotely because of the “conditions” around the building. The 18-story building houses several federal agencies such as the Department of Labor, the Department of Transportation, and the HHS.

The memo was addressed to local leaders and was written by Cheryl R. Campbell, the HHS Assistant Secretary for Administration.

The lawmaker argues in his posts that if California can be seen as a warning for the future of the country, San Francisco is an even more dire warning. He added that this was the area where “failed policies, radical politics, and public corruption” were at the most extreme which had led to residents quickly leaving the area.

The Republican lawmaker also pointed out that this situation has led to many major businesses leaving the area, including T-Mobile, Nordstrom, Anthropologie, and Whole Foods all of which announced that they would be leaving the area.  Since the start of the year, there has been a 20.7 percent increase in homicides, a 14 percent increase in robberies, and a 13 percent in motor vehicle thefts according to data from the San Francisco police.

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