Leftists Protest San Francisco Street Clean Up

The conservative activist Scott Presler, who has organized successful inner-city clean up efforts in Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, and Los Angeles, with other volunteers were out again on the streets this weekend, this time in San Francisco picking up trash and making the city cleaner, Breitbart reports.

Presler was taken “aback when he and 150 other volunteers — some traveling from as far away as Los Angeles and Utah — were verbally assaulted by Antifa thugs while collecting garbage from the streets of San Francisco.”

“I never thought I would see the day I’d be protested for picking up trash,” Presler told Breitbart News.

Presler took video footage of the protesters where he was asking them to help with the clean up as they flipped him off and yelled over and over, “Go home bigot.”

Presler told Breitbart News he and his volunteers are only trying to do positive work around the country.

“We’re a movement based on love,” Presler said.

“Although Presler and his volunteers collected a total of 105 tons of trash last year in Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, Newark and Philadelphia, he was shocked at what they found last weekend in San Francisco where 40 construction-size garbage bags were filled over four hours,” according to Brietbart.

“In every other city I’ve never seen the problem of human feces like I did in San Francisco,” Presler said.

Presler reported injection needles were scattered about the street and he found human feces, condoms and needles behind a food truck. “This is how diseases spread,” Presler said.

Presler uses the the handle #ThePersistence on Twitter and has almost half a million followers.

About Catherine Smith

Catherine Smith is a newcomer to Washington D.C. She met, and married an American journalist and moved to D.C from the U.K. She graduated with a B.A in Graphic, Media and Communications and worked in design and retail in the U.K.

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