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California’s Exploding Homeless Population Result of Failed Democrat Policies By Katy Grimes

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Democrat policies and politics going all the way up the ladder to California Gov. Jerry Brown and the California Legislature, on up to the Obama administration, and the Obama-Holder prison reform program which subverted the law as well as Congress.

The so-called reforms succeeded in promoting crime by decriminalizing many crimes, and reclassifying violent crimes as “non-violent.” Gov. Jerry Brown’s A.B. 109, “realigned” California’s overcrowded prison system, shifting responsibility of repeat, newly classified “nonviolent” offenders from state prisons to county jails. Those released were assigned county probation officers rather than state parole officers. Those newly “non-violent” criminals let out of county jails due to overcrowding are living on the streets, living on our parkways, rivers, and canals, and using the streets as their toilets.

Santa Ana River Trail, littered with human waste and used needles

The two-mile long stretch of homeless tent encampments in Orange County along the Santa Ana River Trail, littered with human waste and used needles, is becoming a common sight in most California cities.

“In stark contrast from local governments in Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Orange County authorities are beginning to clamp down on the tent city, describing the ‘illegal’ housing as a major public health concern,” Sean Hannity reported over the weekend.

In stark contrast to Orange County leaders, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, a Democrat who is the most recent former California Senate President, and local Democrat politicians are proposing more tax increases to build thousands of tiny houses for the homeless. “Less than a week after calling for a multibillion-dollar fund for infrastructure, arts and affordable housing, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg proposed Tuesday spending $21 million over the next three years to subsidize construction of hundreds of small homes to help shelter the city’s growing homeless population,” the Sacramento Bee reported.

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