San Francisco Forbids Keeping Your Own Stuff in Your Own Garage
If you want a preview of how bad liberal totalitarianism will get if it prevails, have a look at San Francisco, where it already has. Among the many liberties you may have never appreciated until it has been taken away by the sort of micromanaging moonbats who preside over local government there is the right to store your own stuff in your own garage:
Residents of the liberal city are banned from using their garage to store any personal property other than a vehicle. Chapter Six of the San Francisco Housing Code states, “Private and public storage garages in apartment houses and hotels shall be used only for storage of automobiles.” Those who violate the law can be slapped with a $500 fine.
If the one-size-fits-all rule is good enough for apartment houses, SF is probably only a garage fire away from it being applied to standalone homes.
As bad as it is now, San Francisco’s progressivism is mitigated by the city not being an independent entity, but part of the larger country. Unfortunately, the country as a whole is increasingly falling under the heel of liberals. When they have finished consolidating control, the result will be unprecedented tyrannies great and small. We will lose freedoms it never occurred to us we had.
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