San Francisco businesses struggle to afford private law enforcement: 'It's just not feasible'

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE LT. BLAMES CITY’S LIBERAL POLICIES FOR TYING HER HANDS AMID SMASH AND GRAB ROBBERIES

CrossFit Golden Gate gym owner Danielle Rabkin joined “Fox & Friends” Wednesday to discuss the recent crime surge, how it is impacting her business and the broader implications that exist amid the surge. 

“San Francisco is such a difficult city to do business in already, I don’t see how… small businesses or small retailers are going to survive these extra costs,” Rabkin explained. “It’s just not feasible.”

“I wouldn’t want to own a real retail shop, I wouldn’t want to work in one,” Rabkin continued. “I still do worry about safety and security in the city. It just doesn’t feel safe on the streets.”

San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott speaks to reporters in San Francisco. San Francisco saw an increase in shootings in the first half of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020, and a slight uptick in aggravated assaults like those seen in viral videos. Scott said, Monday that retail robberies have declined despite brazen thefts caught on video. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott speaks to reporters in San Francisco. San Francisco saw an increase in shootings in the first half of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020, and a slight uptick in aggravated assaults like those seen in viral videos. Scott said, Monday that retail robberies have declined despite brazen thefts caught on video. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

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