San Francisco is showing arrogance with its decision to blacklist doing business with companies from 22 states that have “restrictive abortion laws," former Chairman of the California Republican Party Tom Del Beccaro said Wednesday.

Appearing on "Fox & Friends" with host Steve Doocy, Del Beccaro said that California should be paying more attention to internal issues, rather than imposing their values on others.

"But, keep in mind how hypocritical they are," he urged. "The city of San Francisco and the state of California does a ton of business with China. Which does what? Forced abortions, killing of people of wrong religions, shutting down of churches...They don't have a problem doing business with China, but Iowa? Boy, they must be bad people."

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the measure last week.

In a statement, Breed said: “Every day in this country, women’s reproductive rights are threatened, and we have to fight back. Just as we restricted spending with states that have laws that discriminate against LGBTQ people, we are standing up against states that put women’s health at risk and that are actively working to limit reproductive freedoms."

She added: “By limiting travel and contracting with certain states, we are sending a clear message to states that disregard the right to abortion.”

Del Beccaro told Doocy that it seems like "California has a cultural war with the rest of the country," citing Hollywood's threat to boycott Georgia after Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams lost the governor's race and the state's threat to stop football teams from traveling after some states refused to fund gender transitions.

He predicted that legal issues will quickly arise if city businesses have existing contracts with companies in one of the 22 states on the list.

 

"And, of course, the other aspect of this is...California has this homelessness problem," he added. "San Francisco in particular. So, are we buying all of San Francisco or just their social justice laws?"

According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, California was home to almost a quarter of the United States' homeless population in January of 2018.

 

"We have enough fighting in this country...To me, it's – again – the arrogance. What matters more, by the way?" he asked. "Homelessness in your streets or what your feeling about Indiana is? I suggest California pay attention to itself."

 

"This is the first time I’ve ever seen a liberal get mad about chopping up a baby."

 

Hoyt Deau Hutchinson

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Abortions in China were forced at one time...and women were seen as second class in China and still are to day...just what Calif wants for the United States although they claim to be for women's rights.

In most cases, women had no choice but to abort fetuses if they had already used up their baby quota. (Most urban families could have only one child, while rural couples were allowed to have a second if the first child was a girl.)

“You just had to do it. There was no chance that I could have had another child because I already had one,” a mother who went through an abortion in the early 1990s told Inkstone.

She declined to be named because she didn’t want her family to relive that experience.

Jack Hammer posted:
California isn't all that American anyway, Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia
would have little trouble taking over the place. Relocate all except what few Republicans and ship the rest to China.
I like it already......
 

It's California...we could deport most of them back to Mexico.

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