San Francisco Seeks Out A Total Ban On All Knives To Curb Violence Problem

Written by Dr. Steven T. Clements, Esq

The liberally-confused democrat “citizens” of Nancy Pelosi County, San Francisco, who are already in the midst to ban plastic straws for killing baby dolphins, has looked for another failure to curb their ever-rising crime rate, which jumped up exponentially after the city taxed guns out of existence. According to evidence from my study on gun violence over the decades by analyzing crime data, the frequency and occurrence of violent crimes, and the scientific method, San Francisco’s crime rate has increased rapidly, and hit new highs under the Obama Administration.

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San Francisco, a beacon for unreported criminal activity, has struggled with crime ever since they initiated the one party voting system in 1976.

 

San Francisco banned guns in a failed attempt to end their violence problem, but as logic would dictate, their problems got worse. London Breed, mayor of San Francisco, believes the next step forward is a total ban on all knives, trying to stop the violence one sharp object at a time. But how will that work? The violent felons, immune to being arrested because of San Francisco’s libertarian history, will create new weapons and with the help of Silicon Valley, become millionaires in the process. This ban will solve nothing, and will only make violence worse but yet slightly more profitable. The move to ban plastic straws makes sense in this context, as they can be sharpened by a knife to increase their potential deadliness.

Many call San Francisco a “progressive city”, which is nothing more than a dog-whistle term for a city that openly embraces socialism. The Democrats are hardly new to this kind of information warfare by inserting dog-whistle phrases to push a more emotional kind of argument as well as getting their base triggered into acting on their violent intentions. San Francisco is really a “regressive” city that acts as a nanny welfare state. The homeless are around to roam and poop freely, and the police act as their security guards to protect them among the violent but diverse population. In spite of their many problems, they are one of the few liberal cities that can generate money because of the new age “tech” movement. Despite their newfound wealth, their citizens remain angry about miscellaneous details wrong with the Trump Administration and the old-fashioned Al Gore hoax.

Not all are opposed to this ludicrous ban on many people’s favorite kitchen utensil. One opponent of this ban, concerned citizen Richard White, is one of the last few Republicans remaining in San Francisco. Richard and a few of his cohorts were outside of San Francisco City Hall chanting, “Knives come, knives go, You can’t take our knives, San Francisco!”. I was there at this rare moment of Republican civil unrest and had to document the very rare occasion by interviewing the brave Mr. White.


 

Dr. Steven Clements, Esq: Why does San Francisco want to ban knives? Don’t they eat steak out here?

Richard White: San Francisco doesn’t believe in self-protection. They would rather let you die in the streets then filling out a death certificate or taxing the poor. They don’t like knives for the same reason they banned guns in the 70’s, “to stop the violence that is plaguing our lives”.

Dr. Steven Clements, Esq: How do you survive in a city where the homeless are better protected more than the citizens?

Richard White: The only good thing about these new tech companies is that they made it so that people don’t need to leave their homes ever again. From Uber and Doordash to Tinder, we can go by our daily needs by the whim of a smartphone without the fear of getting robbed in broad daylight by a felon with scissors or the next worse thing.

Dr. Steven Clements, Esq: Wow, I’ve never heard of any of those words before. Smartphone? Uber? Tinder? DoorWhat? I know of Netscape.

Richard White: Technology advances faster in a city where the liberals care more about the government then the well-being of the people. Sadly, I can’t order a gun with my phone, but hopefully, we’ll all be able to one day.

Dr. Steven Clements, Esq: Do you think the knife ban will pass?

Richard White: Probably, and it won’t solve anything. I happen to like using my knives for eating meat and other food but clearly, the Board of Supervisors wants everyone to maintain a paleo-food based diet or for people to use their smartphones to cook and order their food. But I know the smartphones can’t help you when the Second Amendment can when you need it!


The San Francisco Board Of Supervisors will move to vote on the total ban on knives on September 10th, where Richard and his small base of Republican supporters plan to rally once more. They hope to garner bipartisan support against this ridiculous motion to ban kitchen appliances in the name of safety and security. As for now, Bullshit News is putting up a travel advisory to the San Francisco Bay Area for their unreasonable expectation that everyone entering the San Francisco  Region cannot carry a firearm, and possibly knives in the near future in violation of the Second Amendment. Our American right to self-defense is more important than technology and its liberal flaws.

Dr. Steven Clements, Esquire is Bullshit News’s legal scholar and property management expert witness for a side-gig. He spent a long time in college and law school to be properly educated about serious subjects like tax codes and property law related subjects like privacy and water slippages. After law school, he decided he wanted to learn more about life and became a doctor in medicine. He is a lifelong member of the Federalist Society and the National Rifle Association.

 

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