Richie Greenberg, political commentator


Richie Greenberg

Political Commentator
Community Activist
Former Candidate for Mayor


Lessons for the Nation
from San Francisco

Homelessness, drug addiction, lax law enforcement and corruption are destroying San Francisco. This is a tragedy, a crisis and a national embarrassment.

It has become abundantly clear that San Francisco's politicians and their absurd and ideology-based policies regarding homelessness, drug addiction, mental illness, crime and drug dealing have pushed our city to the brink, attracting the attention of national media. We truly cannot reach any goal of meaningful, positive change without the support of each and every one of you to reverse this tragic crisis.


Greenberg Weighs In

Richie Greenberg, long-time San Francisco resident, political commentator, former candidate for mayor and a recent survivor of Pancreatic Cancer. Richie entered the political arena in 2016, focusing on quality of life issues, crime, government corruption, the homelessness crisis. He weighs in on San Francisco's politics and has been featured in interviews with local and national media networks such as CBS affiliate KPIX San Francisco, CNN, Fox News (Fox & Friends, Varney & Co., Kennedy Show, Maria Bartiromo), ABC, NBC, KRON4, Ars Technica, Boston Herald,SF Chronicle, SF Examiner, New York Times, Epoch Times, Sputnik News, NTD TV, KPFA Berkeley CA, WWNC Asheville NC, KFI (John and Ken Show), KALW and KPOO radio, and much more.


Topics and Bylines

#SanFrancisco #homelessness #corruption #recall #criminaljustice #cityhall #politics



Media Buzz
Latest Media Appearances


John & Ken/KFI 640: Mayor Maskless at Nightclub [audio mp3]
Kennedy Show/Fox: SF Crime Wave [video]
Fox News: Crime caused by left-wing ideologues: [video]
CNN: Crime Surge in San Francisco leads to Recall of DA [video]



Political Action

San Francisco is a hotbed of political action, and Richie Greenberg is no stranger to the process. Read about the Greenberg Action Committee and how to contribute to the cause.

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