“Besides taking jobs from American workers, illegal immigration creates huge economic burdens on our health care system, our education system, our criminal justice system, our environment, our infrastructure and our public safety.”— Jan C. Ting
The Most Vulnerable of Americans
“As of January 2018, California had an estimated 129,972 experiencing homelessness on any given day, as reported by Continuum of Care to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Of that Total, 6,702 were family households, 10,836 were Veterans, 12,396 were unaccompanied young adults (aged 18-24), and 34,332 were individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.
Public school data reported to the U.S. Department of Education during the 2016-2017 school year shows that an estimated 246,296 public school students experienced homelessness over the course of the year. Of that total, 7,533 students were unsheltered, 17,061 were in shelters, 10,095 were in hotels/motels, and 211,607 were doubled up.”— USICH.GOV
129,972 homeless Americans living on the streets of California. That’s a lot of people. As Americans they should be who the lawmakers are putting first and trying to help.
And as we wrote about earlier this week, it’s not just homelessness that’s a major problem.
Where Do Their Priorities Lie?
California is completely ass backwards. Rather than focusing on their astronomical homeless problem they are set to be the first state that will provide healthcare coverage for illegal adults who are living in the country. Legislative leaders are planning to provide the ‘yes’ for Governor Gavin Newsom’s $98 million dollars.
Now, I don’t know about you, but I would think that their main priority should be those 129,972 homeless Americans. Why is this state focusing so much time and energy on the undocumented, illegal aliens who are pouring through our borders when we have so many people that need help?
But that is neither here nor there. Perhaps you’re one of those people who doesn’t really care about legal citizens who can’t afford a home or food for their families. If you are and you’re pro-illegal aliens, think about this. Where is California getting this $98 million dollars? Charity?
Nope, think again. This is money that will be taxpayer funded.
Are we still on board here?
Your Money is Paying for Illegal Aliens
Yes, if you are a California tax payer, your taxes will be going up to pay this $98 million to pay for able-bodied, young adult illegal aliens. It’s not even disabled or elderly illegal aliens. No, it’s able-bodied, young adults who will be covered fully.
My family pays $600+ a month for healthcare coverage through our employer. After my cancer scare we were still responsible for $1000+ that our insurance would not cover.
If I were an illigal alien in California, you would be paying for all of that.
The legislature in California no longer cares about the citizens who live there.
So good job, California. You’re ignoring the plight of homelessness that is taking over your state and giving money to illegal aliens.