The San Francisco Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday with a plan to pay $5 million per person in “reparations” to those who were never slaves, financed by those who never owned slaves.
While California’s fourth-largest city struggles to confront rampant homelessness and rising crime, San Francisco leaders unanimously approved recommendations by the African American Reparations Advisory Committee to deliver generous payments based on recipients’ race, in reaction to the evils of a long-abolished institution, all courtesy of innocent taxpayers. The committee offered several proposals for reparations, including a one-time check of $5 million to each eligible adult, the elimination of debt and tax burdens, and guaranteed annual incomes of $97,000 for 250 years. The board of supervisors may choose to approve all of
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