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Homelessness is a growing crisis in the United States. We’ve seen it in major cities like New York and San Francisco for the last several years, but its an issue that’s hitting all parts of the country. And it’s an issue that shows no signs of slowing down. While liberal politicians fight for reparations and climate change funding, fellow Americans from all backgrounds with different struggles are forgotten about. Addicts who are down bad; Veterans suffering from PTSD and lack of support; Americans who lost all their money to a damaged economy. There are so many reasons, and yet there’s been no national solution.
DML and his family delve into the issue in The United States of Tents. They try to understand what’s driving mass homelessness, and how it can be fixed. DML interviews multiple people in this film, from those who are homeless to those who are working to help those who need it. The film crew travels to vastly different areas of the country impacted by homelessness, such as New Jersey, Georgia, Missouri, California, and even Hawaii.
If the democrats weren’t hell bent on giving everything away to the illegal Mexicans. Maybe the republican base should pay the homeless to protest against the democrats in power. As much money that has been laundered in the past 2 years we could have had no homeless. All auto loans paid for , all homes paid for. They are ridiculous people
I don’t see the homeless video under your movies tab.
I found it on Amazon
It’s there. It’s called “The United States of Tents”
Enroll them in the army. They will get food, clothing and shelter and an income. They will learn a trade. When they finish their duty they will have veteran benefits and will hopefully appreciate America.