“The guy asked the Black guy, ‘Why did you push me?’ The Black guy said, ‘because you stared at me two blocks away,'” Chan recalled.
The business owner has since been hailed by his staff as a hero. He decided not to report the incident, however, thinking that it might only be swept under the rug.
Still, Chan acknowledged the need for law enforcement. He stressed that the police should be reformed instead of defunded.
“This city used to be clean and safe,” Chan said, according to SF Gate. “The people now, they don’t want to come. If they don’t want to come, what kind of city are we? [The city] spends all the money on the homeless. They need to spend the money on the safety.”
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