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California Gov. Gavin Newsom pledged to house and feed the world’s homeless population this week during a whirlwind “Comeback California” tour that is designed to stave off a September recall by angry voters.
The Golden State is already cracking under the weight of the nation’s largest homeless population and one of the worst economic climates post-COVID-19. With millions of middle-class residents and business owners fleeing to red states, those left behind have seen a burgeoning lower class emerge.
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Gasoline is pushing $5 a gallon, 18 million homeless pack into all the blue cities, and dilapidated freeways are strewn with trash.
Newsom has pledged $12 million to tackle the homeless problems the state faces.
“It’s about getting people off the streets, out of incidents of crisis, and meeting people where they are and to the extent that people want to come here for new beginnings and all income levels, that’s part of the California dream,” Newsom said. “We have a responsibility to accommodate and enliven and inspire, and California’s dream is still alive and well.”
Newsom added. “I’m proud of people from around the world looking at California again for opportunity, and that, again, that should not just be for certain people. All people should aspire to that California dream regardless of their income level and regarding their lot in life.”
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva was not particularly pleased with the announcement from Newsom.
“As a private citizen, I support the [Newsom] recall,” he said.
“Those comments blew us away, we are trying to keep our heads above water, and he goes and says that?” Villanueva told the Washington Examiner. “When he invites the rest of the nation’s homeless to California, that is the death wish.”
Mayor of Long Beach City tweeted Wednesday, “Had a chance to take Governor @GavinNewsom to some local shops today and introduce him to some incredible small business owners and workers. The California Comeback is here in Long Beach.”
Had a chance to take Governor @GavinNewsom to some local shops today and introduce him to some incredible small business owners and workers. The California Comeback is here in Long Beach. pic.twitter.com/13KEcpIUJV
— Robert Garcia (@RobertGarcia) July 21, 2021
Democratic Governors tweeted, “’I don’t think homelessness can be solved – I KNOW homelessness can be solved.’— Gov. @GavinNewsom.”
“I don’t think homelessness can be solved – I KNOW homelessness can be solved.”
— Democratic Governors (@DemGovs) July 21, 2021
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CA Department of Consumer Affairs tweeted, “California today entered a new era, making historic investments in housing and policy reforms to comprehensively address homelessness and housing affordability with a $12 billion housing and homelessness package signed by Governor Gavin Newsom.”
California today entered a new era, making historic investments in housing and policy reforms to comprehensively address homelessness and housing affordability with a $12 billion housing and homelessness package signed by Governor Gavin Newsom. More info: https://t.co/6hdmoLTZwy pic.twitter.com/hL13OieVAH
— CA Department of Consumer Affairs (@DCAnews) July 19, 2021
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