From The Gateway Pundit

A horrifying video posted to social media shows young San Francisco children having to get off the bus and walk through a filthy open air drug market filled with homeless addicts to get home from school.

The footage was posted by San Francisco resident Ricci Wynne, who asked, “would you want your children to walk through this squalor just to get home from school?”

Wynne tagged Democrat politicians including Joe Biden, Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Speaker Nancy Pelosi — who represents the city in Congress.

In a follow up tweet, Wynne added that the children were “getting off the 14 transit line in #SanFrancisco #California on 8th and mission this is no back ally this is a main artery in our city that has been hijacked bye drug dealers and now it is Pure filth !”

The sidewalk was filled with trash and addicts sitting and crouching all around them.

The Daily Mail reports, “the open-air drug den in the video which the young children are forced to walk through is just a block away from the city’s notorious taxpayer-funded Linkage Center, which quickly became a site for addicts to take illicit drugs on the street in broad daylight.”

“Images of the site taken by earlier this year showed a woman slumped over in a wheelchair, her pants down around her ankles, preparing to inject a needle into her thigh. The woman sitting on the ground next to her had a needle to her neck. Many others are sitting on the ground among trash, empty food containers and dirty blankets, as they fumble in with drug paraphernalia in the cold weather,” the report continued.

“Sometimes I’m just simply perplexed on who’s job this really is because I’m just a recovering addict myself and finding something like this just laying on the street can be really triggering,” Wynne wrote in another tweet.

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