President Donald Trump is fed up with the way that liberal progressives care more about helping illegal aliens than they do about the citizens they represent, so he’s doing something about it.
“Look at what’s happening in cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco,” President Trump told House Republicans on Thursday. If Democrats won’t lift a finger to clean up the mess and find people a place to live then he’ll do it. “we’re going to have to step in and do something about it because we can’t allow that to happen to our great cities.” The President isn’t about to scare major companies away from doing business here. “They’re leaving our country when they see that.”
Homeless people living on California streets, in piles of rat and disease infested filth, have been stepped over and ignored by Nancy Pelosi and her ilk. The President isn’t waiting for them to clean up their streets, it’s too late for that now. In the wake of a fact finding mission he dispatched on Friday, President Trump ordered Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson out to California to get the ball rolling on a solution.
President Trump will be traveling separately in the Golden State on Tuesday, but is expected to join Secretary Carson for appearances in both San Francisco and Los Angeles. Together, they plan to unveil sweeping new policies to tackle the issues head on, and solve them. It’s all to be centered around an idea called “homeless opportunity zones.”
According to a government source, “the zone program gives tax incentives to people who invest in low income communities for the goal of rehabilitating those communities by creating job opportunities and economic growth.”
As part of Friday’s fact-finding mission, Rear Admiral Susan Orsega, the Chief Nurse Officer of the US Public Health Service, met with Elizabeth Benson Forer, CEO of the Venice Family Clinic for a tour of their facilities. VFC’s healthcare program “serves 27,000 low-income people — 4,500 of who are homeless.”
They had an “excellent discussion about homeless healthcare,” Forer said. “She asked for solutions from us about what we would do.” The local professionals told the visiting administrator that the best way to solve the healthcare crisis is to get people off the streets and into homes.
“Supporting housing is the group’s biggest solution to the current health crisis among the homeless, which stems from living unsheltered outdoors, exposure to regular violence and the stress related to not sleeping or eating well.” As soon as President Trump got the report, he was on the phone with Ben Carson.
Orsega also visited a rescue mission on the west side of Los Angeles and made a stop on infamous “skid row,” where plague, typhus, typhoid, and most recently, leprosy, have been reported.
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