San Francisco is finally admitting that it can’t live without red states, according to a report from the Washington Free Beacon.
In 2016, San Francisco lawmakers enacted a boycott that wouldn’t allow local tax dollars to be spent on trips to red states. It turns out that this boycott has been rather ineffective and has raised costs for the city of San Francisco.
The original boycott not only restricted travel to red states for city officials, but also blocked the city from contracting with companies based in any state that restricts abortion or whose laws San Francisco deemed to discriminate against gay people or minorities. A new report found that the ban resulted in a 20% annual increase in contracting costs.
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