VIDEO: Activist for major Democrat city exposes bus stops ‘hijacked’ as ‘open-air drug markets’

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SAN FRANCISCO – Ricci Wynne stepped out of his home in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood and witnessed a typical sight: masked drug dealers dressed head-to-toe in black as addicts act erratically — if they’re not slumped over. And the bus stops, he said, have been “hijacked” as open-air drug markets.

“I pay $2,500 a month for a studio apartment in this area,” Wynne, a drug abstinence advocate, told Fox News. Seconds later, he was walking through a crowd of drug dealers and people smoking fentanyl at a bus stop blocks from his home.

“Bus stops are basically being hijacked by drug dealers and drug users, and it’s turned into like one of the biggest open-air drug markets here in San Francisco,” he said, pointing at the bus stops near his home. “It’s kind of jarring and can be really traumatizing to some people, especially young children.”

Wynne, a former drug user who was previously imprisoned for cocaine trafficking, went viral last summer after he filmed young children exiting a bus and walking through an open-air drug market.

To see how the situation has changed, he showed Fox News where the video was filmed.

Wynne pointed at a chain link fence installed by the stop and said, “After I made the video down here with the children, it created such a ruckus that they put up these fences, kind of like a grandstand to try to act like they were going to do something. And I actually almost fell for it.”

“Some of the drug dealers, they are wearing masks and ponchos. You’ll see these people just out there selling and smoking drugs,” he said.

Between January 2022 and November 2022, there were 556 accidental overdose deaths. Over 400 of those death were traced to fentanyl.

“My family members don’t even really like to come down here to see me because of the crime. It’s just unbelievable that we can’t get city officials to do their job,” Wynne said.

Even under a change in leadership, Wynne claims he has not seen San Francisco improve. District Attorney Brooke Jenkins was elected in November 2022, replacing Chesa Boudin, who was accused of increasing the crime with her lenient politics.

“It’s just back to business as usual. As soon as Brooke Jenkins got elected, it’s like she secured her spot, so who cares. We cannot get the San Francisco Police Department to do their job to clean up our city, so our children and our family members are safe walking down the street. It’s very sad,” he said.


On Twitter, Wynne posted videos of the drug crisis, in a series of tweets as follows:

Now ask yourself this question would you want your children to walk through this squalor just to get home from school? @JoeBiden @VP @SpeakerPelosi @SenFeinstein @LondonBreed @SFPDChief #DoBetter #democrats #politics #Police #DRUGS #SanFrancisco #California #crime #DoYourJob #NA

The difference between #LosAngeles & #SanFrancisco is that most of #LA‘s #Homeless #drug use is concentrated in skid row which is mostly industrial,here in #SF it’s right at Ur front door outside Ur apartment & the #cops do nothing about it …So I have to speak up #TweetOfTheDay

#SanFrancisco to #LosAngeles the symptoms are the same Tents & drugs. That’s because the same disease is infecting our streets its the disease of addiction.If we keep letting illegal #immigrants & #drugs to flood over our #borders these parasites will feed on your city next

It takes regular people like you and me to care enough to enact real change #sanfrancisco #change #drugs #news

— James Reichenbach (@DocReichenbach) January 8, 2023

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