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Written by K. Walker on June 3, 2019

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Maybe all of those celebs should look at what’s going on in their own backyard before lecturing folks in Alabama and Georgia.

Hollywood celebrities and a few production companies have decided that they are going to try to apply pressure to governments in states that pass pro-life laws by depriving them of their esteemed presence.

Really celebs?

Ok, then. Maybe y’all can step just outside of Tinseltown and hang back in Los Angeles with the ballooning homeless problem, feces on the streets, rats, and medieval diseases.

Seems like a fair trade.

The shocking conditions in downtown Los Angeles reveal just how much of a sh*thole the place has become, all because of “compassionate” leftist policies.

A decision made by the city council to not cap the total amount of property that homeless people could keep on Skid Row was announced last Wednesday. Some city officials saw the move as wrongheaded and that it would “only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists” on there.

The streets of Skid Row have become home to around 4200 people in tents and shantytowns spread across 50 blocks.

…councilmen Joe Buscaino slammed the decision, saying: ‘The settlement will only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists in Skid Row and will set a precedent for the rest of the city that will normalize encampments.

‘The city is sending a clear signal that we are turning the sidewalks in Skid Row into free, unlimited public storage, doing a disservice to the residents of Los Angeles, especially to those living on the streets.’

Images from the downtown area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime.

The place is filled with tents, furniture, and shopping carts, along with clothing, garbage, and human feces spread all over the sidewalks and the streets. As well as lots and lots of needles. You can’t get a plastic straw in L.A. but you can get free needles for drug use.

Recently, a Los Angeles police detective was diagnosed with typhoid fever, a disease that was all but eliminated in the United States in the last hundred years. Most people that contract typhoid fever do so in underdeveloped nations where contamination of the water supply can occur. Several other officers that work in the same Central Division station are showing symptoms of typhoid fever as well. The Central Division polices downtown Los Angeles, including the increasingly filthy Skid Row area.

Dustin DeRollo, a union spokesman, said officers who patrol Skid Row ‘walk through the feces, urine and trash’ – conditions that ‘should alarm everyone and must be addressed.’

The police union has demanded better protective equipment for officers and called for the station to be regularly sanitized.

The Police Department said exposed areas of the Central Division were being disinfected and officials were reviewing the state’s ‘concerning’ report that found health violations at the station.

The building lacked an effective extermination program and had ‘rats/rodents, fleas, roaches, flies, gnats, mosquitoes and grasshoppers,’ according to the state Division of Occupational Safety and Health’s May 14 report.

Source: Daily Mail

There is also a growing rat problem, and those rats carry fleas that carry disease. Los Angeles has no plan to control the exploding rat population………..



ClashDaily’s Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the ‘intersectional’ crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against ‘white privilege’ education in public schools. She’s also an amateur Playwright, occasional Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll

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