San Francisco Chronicle Bashes Dems For Lack Of Action: Homelessness Rising In CA Despite Dropping Nationally

Welcome to California, the homeless state.

Homelessness has been an unmanageable problem in the largest California cities for decades, but it has surged in recent years.

A lot of this is the fault of the 9th Circuit Court. They keep ruling that cities can’t enforce urban camping laws. It won’t be fixed until Trump appoints enough conservatives to the court.

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The nation’s homelessness problem has to a disturbing degree become California’s homelessness problem. While the latest counts compiled by the federal government show that America’s homeless population is growing again after more than a decade of declines, the entire national increase and more can be attributed to California alone.

With a majority of states experiencing decreases in homelessness over the past year and only one small state, New Mexico, suffering a larger proportionate increase, California’s dire statistics underscore the extent to which state and local policies drive an extraordinary and persistent failure to shelter the equivalent of a midsize city. Although the state has the worst housing shortage on the U.S. mainland, resistance to dealing with it remains endemic among the Legislature’s ruling Democrats and in nominally progressive cities such as San Francisco.

Based on a January census widely believed to underestimate the true figures, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reported Friday that the nation’s homeless population grew by about 15,000 people to about 568,000, or 2.7%. The number of Californians without homes, meanwhile, spiked by more than 21,000 to nearly 130,000, or 16.4%. The state’s exploding homelessness was enough to overwhelm declines in 29 states, among them Washington, Hawaii, Massachusetts and other states with substantial housing pressures. More

When you make it a state policy to feed the bears you get more bears that constantly demand to be fed. How can this be? Democrats’ policies are supposed to “lift up the poor.”

California shouldn’t have a single homeless person, there shouldn’t be a single person in California hurting, everyone should have jobs and life should be a utopia.

The same people that engineered this at great expense fully intend to end up in control of everything. Housing for everyone. The Healthcare system. Manufacturing. Transportation. The food supply system. Everything.

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