Federal Workers in San Fran Told to Stay Home Because It’s Too Dangerous to Come to the Office

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The US Department of Health and Human Services office in San Francisco has told its employees to work remotely for the time being since the city has turned into a nightmarish Mad Max film. The chances of being mugged by a crackhead or having their car windows busted in smash-and-grab burglaries are too astronomical. It’s safe to just have everyone work from home.

HHS Assistant Secretary for Administration Cheryl R. Campbell sent out a memo on August 4th to all regional HHS leaders with the recommendation.

“In light of the conditions at the (Federal Building) we recommend employees … maximize the use of telework for the foreseeable future,” wrote Campbell.

San Francisco has been in a massive downward spiral ever since the Summer of George Floyd Worship three years ago. Cops got the message loud and clear from their progressive leaders that it would be much better for their careers and lives if they retreated to the donut shop. Enforcing the law against crackhead muggers could result in a life-in-prison sentence for a cop.

Fun fact: The building in San Francisco that is now too dangerous for employees to come to work is the “Nancy Pelosi Federal Building.” There is poop and discarded drug needles on the sidewalk all around the building.

That part of the Market District is now one of the city’s most notorious open-air drug markets. Police are nowhere to be found. Multiple other federal agencies have offices in the Nancy Pelosi Federal Building, but it’s unclear whether they’ve told their employees to work from home as well. It seems like it would be easy for a reporter to confirm that, but they’re all too scared to go into that part of San Francisco now. Who could blame them?