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San Francisco residents in house speaker Nancy Pelosi, the constituency of more than 60,000 US dollars have been collected after the Start of an online-crowdsourcing-campaign, a legal challenge against a planned centre of the city with the homeless.
The campaign, called “it was called the Embarcadero for All” 20. March to San Francisco mayor, London breed proposed a 200-bed homeless Navigation Center in the city’s most sought-after location, on the Embarcadero, along the coast of the San Francisco Bay, earlier this month.
“The planned site for the mayor’s race #mega-shelter is the home of thousands of families which are visited by millions of tourists and in the middle of some of San Francisco’s most famous events – including the San Francisco Marathon, San Francisco Giants stadium and one of the busiest cycle routes in the city,” reads a posted to the Website of the group against the construction.
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The campaign raised shamelessly over $60,000 and is on course to achieve the desired $ 100,000 goal, to use the money for a lawyer, Andrew Zacks, often help owners to that unhappy “not In My Backyard” residents in the neighborhood.
More than 130 people have posted, although many of them are anonymous. The largest donation came from an unknown resident, gave $10,000 to the cause.
A Fox News review of records found that several people – bank officers, professors and authors who have donated on the GoFundMe page they have also contributed to democratic political groups, including thousands of dollars to the Democratic National Committee, MoveOn, Hillary Clinton ‘ s campaign and other left-oriented organisations.
One of the donors, Jerome Dodson, who has since scrubbed his $1,000 contribution to the campaign, is allegedly a Chairman of a “responsible investment Fund” trying “to have a positive impact on society,” the Washington free Beacon. The investment Fund executive, donated to Democratic candidates and groups over the years, including Pelosi and Hillary Clinton.
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Fox News reached Pelosi ‘ s office, whether they offered their support for the project to combat homeless in their own district.
A competing GoFundMe campaign was started to support the project for the homeless in the city, attracts a $5,000 donation from GoFundMe. The effort has raised far garnered almost 33000 dollars in donations – surpassing a goal of $30,000.
San Francisco’s mayor, meanwhile, the group suggested against the construction, in a statement to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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“The people want us to be on the challenges that say to our streets and protect our residents in the case, and I am obliged to do, to make the hard work happen,” race.
“But it is incredibly frustrating and disappointing,” she added, “to build, as soon as we put forward a solution, a new place to stay, people start to threaten legal action.”