Crime ridden San Francisco considers creating a red light district

The far-left city of San Francisco is considering the idea of ​​creating a ‘red light’ district, which would likely make prostitution crime look different.

What could go wrong?

Do the people in charge of the city really think this will improve people’s lives?

PJ Media reports:

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The San Francisco Mules are building a red-light district

I moved to San Francisco almost right out of college for some sort of internship. I stayed there as long as my wallet could stand it. For a fresh-faced college boy, San Francisco was still a bit of an eye-opener. Of course, that was before homelessness and crime jumped. I’m sure it’s a lot more interesting, if less enjoyable, than it used to be.

In a bid to establish itself as the first third-world state in America, California passed a law repealing the ban on prostitution. The bill, Senate Bill 357, was by state Sen. Scott Wiener (D-11th District), who felt police were targeting women of color and trans people. Now, according to a Fox News report, prostitution and human trafficking are taking hold in California cities. Police say there is nothing they can do to help women and children who may be trafficked because they don’t have probable cause to stop and talk to someone and possibly intervene.

Supporters of the bill say the previous law criminalized sex workers and created mistrust. In Oakland, pimps had women outside a Catholic school, and prostitutes could be seen walking the streets in various stages of undress day and night. Some appear to be minors. LA’s Figueroa Street is now full of prostitutes.

It’s a terrible idea.

Doing so will invite more crime.

How could San Francisco’s liberal leaders not see this?