Article originally appeared on hotair.com.
The eye-rolling taking place across much of the country after a San Francisco advisory committee recommended five million dollar reparation payments for qualifying Black residents has truly been something to behold. The ludicrous amounts of money being discussed for residents of a state that never adopted slavery seem to be yet another symptom of a progressive movement that has simply lost its mind. But not everyone in the City by the Bay agrees with the proposed figure, including the author of the legislation that formed the committee. Supervisor Shamann Walton told National Review this week that five million dollars isn’t nearly enough. In fact, there may not be a figure high enough to properly address whatever complaints he may have.
A San Francisco advisory committee’s recommendation that the city pay out hefty reparations to the city’s longtime black residents does …
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