Monday, June 24, 2019
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Front Page Index Clip Of The Week: Garcetti Recall Petitioner Alexandra D. Datig Appears On Tucker Carlson: '75% Increase In Homelessness In Los Angeles Under Garcetti'
Saturday, June 22, 2019
Friday, June 21, 2019
Michael Medved Talks to Alexandra Datig about L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Recall over Homeless Crisis #recallgarcetti, "What Kind of Mayor Does This to His Own City?"
@FBILosAngeles @TuckerCarlson @GrahamLedger @FOXLA @NBCLA @KNX1070 @johnandkenshow @drdrew @AdamCarollaShow @ABC7 @kabc @CBSLA @KTLAMorningNews I am calling for an FBI Investigation into the Los Angeles City Clerk's Office! They keep LYING! They are CORRUPT! #recallgarcetti— Alexandra Datig (@alexdatig) June 21, 2019
|Photo Credit: Alex Datig|
"...The ultra-liberal San Francisco elected officials recently authorized to remove homeless individuals and place them in a facility for their own health and safety. Known as Conservatorship, the program has the endorsement of Mayor London Breed, Supervisor Rafael Mandelman and California State Senator Scott Wiener, along with many other political and civic leaders in San Francisco. They report that it is a necessary step in dealing with the often-homeless addicts who are a danger to themselves and others. The program allows a court to appoint a public conservator for those who have been involuntarily detained for psychiatric hospitalization under section 5150 of the California welfare and institution code.
If San Francisco can implement this program, LA can and should explore it, too. It could be a way to finally begin to reduce the number of homeless individuals and families in Los Angeles. It has been determined and known for a long time that a significant number of homeless people are either mentally ill or addicted to drugs and can no longer hold a job or function in society. The utilization of the Conservatorship provisions can serve as a reasonable and humanitarian way of addressing the tragedy of homelessness..."
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(Dennis P. Zine is a former and retired LAPD Supervisor, former and retired 12-year Los Angeles City Councilman and current General Manager at Bell Canyon in Ventura County. Edited for CityWatch by Linda Abrams.)