I have one question this morning.How is this legal?
A team of Trump administration officials toured a California facility once used by the Federal Aviation Administration this week as they searched for a potential site to relocate homeless people, according to three government officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the private tour.
President Trump has directed aides to launch a major crackdown on homelessness in California, spurring an effort across multiple government agencies to determine how to deal with sprawling tent camps on the streets of Los Angeles and other cities, officials said.
I have more than one question, actually. Aside from the horrible optics of 'rounding up' homeless people why does he think he has jurisdiction over this? I assume he's picked California to own the libs, but where would this end if he gets his way?
Yes, homelessness is a huge problem. Yes, the housing market is out of reach for far too many Americans but is putting them in a detention center really -- never mind --I know the answer. This is the kind of cruelty he wants to force upon the most vulnerable in our society.
This insanity has to end.