San Francisco, and, to a lesser extent southern California as a whole, has been largely stereotyped as a pretty “chill” sort of place. It’s the place where surf bums and Hollywood stars mingle in the perpetually-perfect weather, sipping on designer coffees and driving a heavy swath of American culture.
But the year 2020 has been hard on all of us, and even the normally calm and cool Californians are on edge. Not only are many dealing with an uptick in wildfires around the state, but the political morass that our country is generally affected by has frazzled many in The Golden State.
Tempers flared in San Fran over the weekend.
A photographer working for The Associated Press witnessed a Trump supporter being taken away in an ambulance and an injured San Francisco police officer on the ground by San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza.
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