Coronafailure: Liberal City Has Gone Insane, Ignore ‘Science’ Exposing That Their Harsh Restrictions Have Failed

We’ve watched some of the most liberal areas of the country impose harsh restrictions to stop the coronavirus. One of these areas is in one of the most liberal areas of the country and they are coming to terms that their policies have failed.

The San Fransisco Bay Area was one of the first urban areas to shut down, especially after the heat they took when Pelosi told everyone to ignore the virus and “come to Chinatown.” The liberal utopia filled with poop in the street and homeless encampments is leading California with patients in the ICU with the Wuhan virus. Meanwhile, in the rest of the state hospitalizations are dropping.

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results, then the city has lost its mind.

“Today is a really tough day,” San Francisco Mayor London Breed said during a press briefing. “Our hospitalization rates are rising locally, especially in our ICU right now. And just as importantly, hospitalizations are rising everywhere, so if we run out of beds, there won’t be another county that can help us.”

The city is headed into another hard lockdown.

“I don’t want do any of this,” Breed said on Friday. “I know this means people’s jobs, their businesses, their livelihoods are at stake. This is going to be painful.”

This coming from the mayor that was just caught skirting around restrictions in another county.

Under the newest guidelines imposed by Governor Newsom, the city doesn’t need to lockdown but, Breed decided to anyway.

From NBC News:

None of the regions met the ICU threshold to trigger the stay-at-home order on Thursday, Newsom warned that every area was projected to drop below 15% ICU capacity at some point in December.

Health officers for the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and Santa Clara as well as the city of Berkeley made the joint announcement on Friday, saying they would implement the order early. The new restrictions will last until Jan. 4, 2021, according to the order.

However, the announcement did not include some counties in the Bay Area region, as defined by the state’s order, including Santa Cruz, Monterey, Napa, San Mateo, Solano, Sonoma.

Officials in California are turning their state into a wasteland.