Scoma, a family-owned fishing business was given 5 days notice to shut down to make way for outdoor dining spaces in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf which is predominantly a tourist attraction, (but there are no tourists because of COVID-19). All businesses in the area have been suffering due to the shutdown but it’s not fair to close a small business to support big businesses. Scoma’s was donating their fish to Glide Memorial’s food pantry. That food went to the homeless and poor. San Francisco is known as a liberal, compassionate, Sanctuary city, but in reality it’s not a refuge for the poor: it’s an elitist’s paradise.