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Democrat California Governor Admits State’s Dems At Fault for Rising Homelessness Problem

And the truth is revealed…

John Salvatore

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Democrats control California. California has a tremendous homelessness problem. Therefore, Democrats in the Golden State are responsible for the the result. It’s really that simple. Even the far-left governor of the state just admitted it.

This is a bit of a reversal for Gavin Newsom, who not long ago was blaming President Trump and Republicans for California’s negligence. How that makes sense is anyone’s guess, but Dems are gonna Dem!

From Daily Wire:

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Speaking last week as he toured California to size up the devastating homeless problems in the state, California governor Gavin Newsom admitted, “Let’s just be candid; the state of California has been nowhere to be found on the damn issue of homelessness.”

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Newsom seemingly admitted that Democrats, who have controlled the state for years, were responsible for the problem as he continued, “We haven’t been focused on this issue; there’s a reason things are the way they are. It’s because we haven’t addressed them. It’s happened on our watch over the last decade; in particular, it’s really gotten bad over the last decade. And we were just slow to respond.”

From Cal Matters:

Newsom asked for $1.4 billion for homeless services with a focus on getting money out fast for emergency rental assistance and board-and-care facilities for the mentally ill. He also directed state agencies to review public property that can be converted to emergency housing, and to deploy 100 camp trailers from the state fleet to use as temporary shelters. The proposals come on top of $1 billion allocated last year to keep people off the streets. The governor also stood by his decision not to name a homelessness czar. “You want to know who’s the homeless czar is? I’m the homeless czar,” Newsom said.

Newsom’s California, where the rich stay richer and the poor stay poorer. Tent city’s, outdoor plumbing, no heat or water, massive filth and rampant drug use.

Wonder what’s going to sweep the nation first: California’s progressiveness or the plagues that are beginning to fester there?

Also the LA Times version of this story I found blaming climate change instead of the mountains of garbage is priceless.

https://twitter.com/Shrike1988/status/1135175224486498305?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1135175224486498305&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitchy.com%2Fsamj-3930%2F2019%2F06%2F02%2Fgo-home-bro-youre-drunk-gavin-newsoms-brag-about-california-to-dunk-on-trump-goes-horribly-and-hilariously-wrong%2F

California is haven for drug addicts and illegals who have soiled your once great cities with used needles and feces.
This is the future of progressivism. Own it.

You mean the homelessness, 41st ranking in K-12, highest poverty rate, most people on welfare, schools teaching in Spanish because of the illegals, exodus of residents to neighboring states, CALPERS trillions under water. Are effing serious? This state is an abortion.

Then why are so many folks leaving California for the great state of Texas?! Rolling right on out of there. Keep sending them to Texas. Let’s just hope they know to #KeepTexasRed

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Pete Buttigieg Believes In Less Government But Only About One Issue [Opinion]

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The View‘s Meghan McCain recently sought a clearer answer from Mayor Pete Buttigieg about his position on late-term abortion. She asked him where he drew the line and whether his position included a baby actually being born: Buttigieg: “We live in a country where it is extremely important that no one person should have to be subject to some other person’s interpretation of their own religion.” I wondered whether Mayor Pete thought religious freedom equally applied to say, Jack Phillips’ right not to be forced to create a custom cake for a gay wedding. Sure enough I found a piece in the Washington Free Beacon, entitled, “Mayor Pete Will Make you Bake the Cake.” McCain pressed again, and the Mayor of South Bend answered with rhetoric that sounded like a limited government conservative: Buttigieg: “My point is that it shouldn’t be up to the government official to draw the line. It should be up the woman who is confronted with that choice.” McCain: “So if a woman wanted to invoke infanticide after a baby is born, you’d be comfortable with that?” Buttigieg: “… I don’t know what to tell them morally about what they should do. I just know that I trust that her decision isn’t going to be any better, medically or morally . . . because the government is telling her to do it a certain way.” He gave an almost identical answer in a televised Town Hall with Chris Wallace. Candidate Buttigieg who is ordinarily so comfortable sermonizing to his Leftist flock couldn’t bring himself to say that it is immoral to kill a baby after it’s born. I’ve always found it perplexing that the Left’s strong support for Obamacare never included any of this faux passion for freedom and restraint of government when it comes to…

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Bloomberg: ‘Black & Latino Males’ Don’t ‘Know How to Behave In the Workplace’ (Video)

This could be the video to end his campaign…

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If Michael Bloomberg was running for president as a Republican, the mainstream media would literally force him to drop from the race after several cringeworthy videos resurfaced. For instance, just the other day the former mayor of New York City said elderly patients should be denied care past a certain age. He was then busted for completely mocking farmers, basically calling them rubes by saying he could personally “teach anyone” how to farm. He also allegedly told an employee to “kill” her baby. But this 2011 clip below may just be the one that ends “Mini Mike’s” 2020 hopes. From Fox News: While promoting a $127 million, three-year initiative to help minorities in the workplace in 2011, then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared that there’s “this enormous cohort of black and Latino males” who “don’t know how to behave in the workplace” and “don’t have any prospects.” […] Speaking to PBS in the 2011 interview, Bloomberg noted that he had donated $30 million from his foundation to Open Society Foundations, the network established by liberal billionaire financier Goerge Soros, toward the new plan to enhance employment among minorities. WATCH: https://twitter.com/alx/status/1229480882542665733?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1229480882542665733&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailywire.com%2Fnews%2Fbloomberg-in-resurfaced-video-black-and-latino-males-dont-know-how-to-behave-in-the-workplace Here’s the longer version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KX6swK-JoU&feature=emb_logo Mike on the elderly: https://twitter.com/SteveScalise/status/1229486611345428481?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fpolitics%2Fbloomberg-says-many-black-and-latino-males-dont-know-how-to-behave-in-the-workplace WATCH: https://twitter.com/RealSaavedra/status/1199124276239990784?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1199124276239990784&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailywire.com%2Fnews%2Fbloomberg-remarks-from-earlier-this-year-casts-doubt-on-his-campaign

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