Op-Ed: San Francisco Just Cemented Its Place as the Most Dim-Witted City in America

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Fearing for its position as the most dim-witted city in America, San Francisco has once again proven that when it comes to half-baked simple-mindedness, it has no peer.

The city’s African American Reparations Advisory Committee has recommended compensating black residents harmed by slavery. This would be bad enough on its own lack of merit, but slavery was never allowed in old San Fran.

Out to prove the adage that “none of us is as dumb as all of us,” this brave little band of bureaucrats persevered to find a suitable punishment without the necessity of a crime.

The committee, using the most tortured and convoluted progressive logic, concluded that if the city wasn’t guilty of slavery, it must be guilty of something.

These woke warriors say the city imposed decades of racist policies that economically harmed black residents and thus owes them compensation. They decided reparations should be offered to individual black residents up to $5 million.

The $5 million figure was arrived at, it seems, at random. The committee’s chair, consultant Eric McDonnell, says the number resulted from a “journey.” I don’t know where this journey started, but it might end up in the pockets of the city’s taxpayers.

“There wasn’t a math formula,” McDonnell told The Washington Post. “It was a journey for the committee towards what could represent a significant enough investment in families to put them on this path to economic well-being, growth and vitality that chattel slavery and all the policies that flowed from it destroyed.”

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