On dark desert Hwy 91 between Disneyland and San Bernardino, a crack team of journalists is on the trail of a government hotel large enough to house all of California’s 140,000 homeless.
In a bold new solution to the city’s homeless problem, Democrats will build thousands of tiny 4-bedroom replicas of the California governor’s mansion.
At least Hammurabi demanded an eye for an eye. You lose an eye on the mean streets of Bronze Age LA, good luck getting Mayor Garcetti to pay up.
“We’re building concentration camps not unlike those on the southern border,” said Mayor Steinberg. “Would Mr. Rogers do that? No. But what else would he do if he was in my shoes?”
Sacramento’s mayor will co-chair the task force due to his success with affordable housing on flood control levees. Other members will be appointed as homelessness expands to their communities.
Just days after reports that homeless residents are digging multi-story homes in flood control levees, a city task force has acted swiftly to shore up those vital affordable housing projects.
The recycling program — named “Doo The Right Thang” — assumes that it doesn’t matter if dogs or humans are responsible for the city’s toxic waste.