Friday, February 21, 2020

GAVIN NEWSOM ADMITS HOMELESSNESS IS A CRISIS IN MEXIFORNIA - HE DECLARES THE PROBLEM WILL BE FIXED WHEN DEMOCRATS HAND 40 MILLION ILLEGA LS AMNESTY SO THEY CAN BRING UP THE REST OF MEXICO AND VOTE DEMOCRAT FOR MORE! - "Accounting for these differences reveals that California's real poverty rate is 20.6 percent – the highest in America, and nearly twice the national average of 12.7 percent."

Last year in fact, that game was going full speed. El Salvador's remittances hit arecord $5.47 billion. Literally one out of six Salvadorans now lives in the U.S., and 680,000 of those make their home in benefit-rich California. Salvadoran politicians actually campaign for office in California, owing to the sizable number of Salvadoran voters, many of whom are here illegally., signaling that there's a lot of work to be had for the newest (and least likely to be legal) migrants in the states now, most of which is coming from California.
Here come Big Daddy, the California governor, 
the gringo who's already laid out a banquet of 
goodies for Salvadorans in California, from free 
health care to free education, to sanctuary state 
protections to enable illegals to work, coming 
there supposedly to find out how he can offer ... 
even more goodies to Salvador's uneducated lower
middle classes. The idea of course is to get even 
more of them to come over. Big Daddy comes 
down with the Santa sack full of 

 CALIFORNIA UNDER THE DEMOCRATS: Worst Lower Education System in the Nation!
"The costs of illegal immigration are being carefully hidden by Democrats."

"California’s public education system, once the envy of the world, now ranks 49th in the nation." ROBERT J. CRISTANO, Ph.D
Accounting for these differences reveals that California's real poverty rate is 20.6 percent – the highest in America, and nearly twice the national average of 12.7 percent.

"The public schools indoctrinate their young charges to hate this country and the rule of law. Illegal aliens continue overwhelming the state, draining California’s already depleted public services while endangering our lives, the rule of law, and public safety for all citizens."

CALIFORNIA: now a colony of Mexico
MEXIFORNIA: The Globalist Democrat Party’s Vision of America

Migrant enclaves already are at the top of the U.S. lists for bad places to live - 10 of the 50 worst places in America to live according to this list are in California, and all of them are famous for their illegal populations. MONICA SHOWALTER

California—not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia—has the highest poverty rate in the United States. According to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure—which accounts for the cost of housing, food, utilities, and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance as a form of income—nearly one out of four Californians is poor. Kerry Jackson

California’s de facto status as a one-party state lies at the heart of its poverty problem. With a permanent majority in the state senate and the assembly, a prolonged dominance in the executive branch, and a weak opposition, California Democrats have long been free to indulge blue-state ideology while paying little or no political price. The state’s poverty problem is unlikely to improve while policymakers remain unwilling to unleash the engines of economic prosperity that drove California to its golden years. Kerry Jackson

As Breitbart News reported, if chain migration is not ended — as President Donald Trump has demanded — the U.S. electorate will forever be changed, with between seven to eight million new foreign-born individuals being eligible to vote because of chain migration, and overall, an additional 15 million new foreign-born voters.

No Justice for Taxpaying Americans 

By Howie Carr 

But the real double standard kicks in when the undocumented Democrat gets to the courtroom. A taxpaying American can only dream of the kid-gloves treatment these Third World fiends get. 

Illegal aliens continue overwhelming the state, draining California’s already depleted public services while endangering our lives, the rule of law, and public safety for all citizens. Arthur Schaper

The costs of illegal immigration are being carefully hidden by Democrats. MONICA SHOWALTER

The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that California spends $22 billion on government services for illegal aliens, including welfare, education, Medicaid, and criminal justice system costs.  STEVEN BALDWIN

Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute has testified before a Congressional committee that in 2004, 95% of all outstanding warrants for murder in Los Angeles were for illegal aliens; in 2000, 23% of all Los Angeles County jail inmates were illegal aliens and that in 1995, 60% of Los Angeles’s largest street gang, the 18th Street gang, were illegal aliens. 

But the federal government then imports about 1.1 million legal immigrants and refreshes a resident population of roughly 1.5 million white-collar visa workers — including approximately one million H-1B workers — and approximately 500,000 blue-collar visa workers.
The government also prints out more than one million work permits for foreigners, tolerates about eight million illegal workers, and does not punish companies for employing the hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants who sneak across the border or overstay their legal visas each year.
This policy of inflating the labor supply boosts economic growth for investors because it ensures that employers do not have to compete for American workers by offering higher wages and better working conditions.

This policy of flooding the market with cheap, foreign, white-collar graduates and blue-collar labor also shifts enormous wealth from young employees towards older investors, even as it also widens wealth gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, and hurts children’s schools and college educations. It also pushes Americans away from high-tech careers and sidelines millions of marginalized Americans, including many who are now struggling with fentanyl addictions. The labor policy also moves business investment and wealth from the heartland to the coastal citiesexplodes rents and housing costsshrivels real estate values in the Midwest, and rewards investors for creating low-tech, labor-intensive workplaces. JOHN BINDER

“Extensive research by economists like George Borjas and analyst Steven Camarota reveals that the country’s current mass legal immigration system burdens U.S. taxpayers and America’s working and middle class while redistributing about $500 billion in wealth every year to major employers and newly arrived immigrants. Similarly, research has revealed how Americans’ wages are crushed by the country’s high immigration levels.”  JOHN BINDER

Gavin Newsom Admits Homelessness a ‘Disgrace’ in California; Tackles Mental Illness

Gavin Newsom (Pedroncelli / Associated Press)
Pedroncelli / Associated Press

California Governor Gavin Newsom admitted Wednesday in his second annual “State of the State” address to the legislature in Sacramento that homelessness is a “disgrace” in the Golden State, and laid out a plan to address it.
While touting California’s economic achievements and social progress, Newsom was compelled to acknowledge the glaring crisis.
As of last year, California was “entirely” responsible for the nation’s rising homelessness, according to figures from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Newsom said:
The California Dream is for all.
To that end, there are 1.6 million fewer Californians living in poverty today than in 2011—a full quarter of the nation’s decrease.
But no amount of progress can camouflage the most pernicious crisis in our midst, the ultimate manifestation of poverty: homelessness.
That’s why I’m devoting today’s remarks to this crisis.
Let’s call it what it is, a disgrace, that the richest state in the richest nation—succeeding across so many sectors—is failing to properly house, heal, and humanely treat so many of its own people.
Every day, the California Dream is dimmed by the wrenching reality of families, children and seniors living unfed on a concrete bed.
Military veterans who wore the uniform of our country in a foreign land, abandoned here at home.
LGBTQ youth fleeing abuse and rejection from their families and communities.
The governor did not blame specific state policies. Instead, he blamed “our country’s leaders and our nation’s institutions,” and suggested that people, in general, had ignored the needs of the poor.
But he said the state would step in. He noted that he had already used an executive order to provide “emergency mobile housing trailers and services for homeless families and seniors.”
He added that “excess state land” would be made available “to be used by local governments, for free, for homelessness solutions.”
And he called on the legislature to pass laws to make the permitting process easier for the construction of homeless shelters, and to exempt them from environmental review.
Newsom has typically focused on the idea of spending money to build housing as the key to addressing homelessness. But he largely ignored the challenges of mental illness and drug abuse.
That changed Wednesday. Newsom acknowledged that decades of mental health policy — across Democratic and Republican administrations from Kennedy to Reagan — had made it more difficult to compel people to be taken off the street and given medical care.
He proposed addressing that problem through new state laws and policies that would allow doctors to intervene:
California’s behavioral health laws may have been ahead of their time, but today, call out for reform.
We must tailor these policies to reflect the realities of street homelessness today, which are so different than they were 50 or even 15 years ago when these laws were enacted.
And while we made progress on limited and general conservatorships last year, further improvements are warranted.
All within the bounds of deep respect for civil liberties and personal freedoms—but with an equal emphasis on helping people into the life-saving treatment that they need at the precise moment they need it.
Newsom also declared that “we need to stop tolerating open drug use on our streets.”
He also pledged to work with the legislature on identifying new sources of funding for tackling homelessness. He hinted at ongoing tensions with the Trump administration, suggesting the federal government needed to provide some of the money: “Federal decision-making contributed to this moment and our federal government has an obligation to match its rhetoric with specific, constructive, and deliverable results.”
Gov. Newsom concluded: “I don’t think homelessness can be solved. I know homelessness can be solved. This is our cause. This is our calling.”
Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He earned an A.B. in Social Studies and Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard College, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. He is also the co-author of How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, which is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

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