Human waste map reveals major city is largest ‘s***hole’ in America


While the liberal left started talking about “sh**hole” countries, conservatives pointed out that some Democrats don’t have to look any further than their own sidewalks to step in the feces left by homeless people who live on the streets throughout sanctuary cities along the West Coast.

One city that comes up as most resembling a “sh**hole” is the sanctuary city of San Francisco, California. In this liberal bastion, residents (who live both in the streets and in outrageously-priced housing) are used to stepping in human waste.

In fact, the problem has gotten so pervasive that an interactive map was created in 2014 called Human Wasteland, which lets everyone know where mounds of man-made turds have been spotted.

According to a report from The Daily Caller, the interactive map charts all of the locations for human excrement “incidents” reported to the San Francisco police during a given month. Precise locations are marked with poop emojis.

According to the smiling heaps of poop located all over downtown San Francisco, this city is the biggest “shithole” in America.

According to the SF Weekly:

St. George Alley can harbor up to 30 piles of poop per week, Department of Public Works employee Steve Mahoney told SFist. That’s exceptional. But it also illustrates a seemingly intractable problem in a city with limited public restrooms, constricted homeless services, and a line of filthy JCDecaux bunker toilets that often sit unused.

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