Washington state lawmakers propose making permanent homeless encampments legal statewide, that will likely increase the spread of garbage, drug needles and human excrement on the streets across the state. Seattle’s homeless population of 12,000 people has become a crisis. The bill is an attack on taxpayers, residents and civilization itself. Jason Rantz explains that the city of Marysville has been effective in dealing with its homeless problem by instituting a program that involves police officers and social workers connecting with homeless people offering help with detox and transitional housing. If the homeless person refuses, they are put in jail. The objective is to return the person to a position where they can contribute to society. Some homeless people refuse help and to go to shelters because they do not want to follow rules.
Daniel McAdams says the number of people dying from COVID-19 are very low, yet Anthony Fauci is claiming that 100,000 to 200,000 people are going to die if Trump puts an end to lockdown. Fauci says that, if the president does nothing, two-million people will die.
The University of Oxford study indicates COVID-19 may have infected half the British population. The results suggest that the coronavirus is not as nearly as serious as claimed by the Imperial College, which predicted that half-a-million people in the UK would die.
People who question the mainstream media’s claims of hospitals looking like war zones due to floods of people infected and dying from the coronavirus have filmed scenes at hospitals that appear empty, as though the narrative has been invented.
After signing the record-breaking $6.2-trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Act over the weekend, President Trump called for an additional $2-trillion spending in the upcoming ‘phase 4’ coronavirus stimulus. US agencies say they need $600-billion of the pie.
Thomas Massie explains that the Coronavirus stimulus bill is the largest wealth transfer in human history and would make Roman emperors blush. He warns of a fourth stimulus bill, insider trading and continuing lockdown.
Jerry Day explains why the tests for coronavirus are worthless. The tests have been used on dead people to create false death statistics. Day points to the real crisis, which is economic, caused by debt and policies of the banking cartel called the Federal Reserve.
The NRA is suing California officials for closing gun stores during the coronavirus outbreak, accusing them of “promoting a gun-control agenda that suffocates your self-defense rights when you need them most.”
Videos of armored military vehicles being transported by train through Southern California concerned people after the governor called on the National Guard in response to the coronavirus. Officials claimed it was only routine movement and that the National Guard has not been officially mobilized.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is using the COVID-19 outbreak to press for sweeping new powers that include being able to detain Americans indefinitely without a warrant or a trial. [Not to worry. It’s necessary to protect against coronavirus. Right?]
Millions of dollars of produce is rotting due to the closure of restaurants, and is affecting many other businesses. Food shortages could result from this unprecedented strain on supply chains. He concludes that shutdown of the economy will cost more lives than the virus.
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Mayor Eric Garcetti pledged $300,000 in funding to pick up trash and sanitize affected areas, including parts of Skid Row, but the plan has not been implemented – the City is not even power-washing or sanitizing this extended area where cases of typhus were found.
The tax would nearly double the $380 million the city currently spends on the homeless. It is unclear if it requires a two-thirds majority vote to be implemented. San Francisco risks chasing away its wealth-producing businesses and has failed to consider other options.
Collectivist political strategists are not interested in helping homeless people. Instead, they elevate the most disruptive elements, economically, politically, socially, and culturally, in order to create havoc that can be used as justification for more government power to combat the havoc.