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.)
Thursday, June 20, 2019
The Todd Starnes Show: Alexandra Datig Infuriated About L.A. Homeless Crisis, Strongly Urges Mayor Garcetti "Step Down Now!" #recallgarcetti
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
STATEMENT TO RECALL ERIC GARCETTI, MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES
BY ALEXANDRA D. DATIG
June 19, 2019
The homeless state of emergency in Los Angeles has brought out City to its knees!
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is the most ineffective Mayor this city has ever seen! Mayor Eric Garcetti, you are finished being L.A.’s slumlord and death camp leader! The citizens of Los Angeles WILL NOT lower their standards to enable you to destroy the city and the public health.
I am here to ask the citizens of Los Angeles, are you better off now than you were 6 years ago?
In the past six years there’s been a 75% increase in homelessness in Los Angeles. The City of Los Angeles’s is failing to prevent homelessness, where for every 133 people housed, another 155 become homeless. - Eric Garcetti has FAILED to prevent homelessness!
Because of Garcetti’s FAILED leadership, becoming homeless in Los Angeles has become a death sentence for many! The L.A. County Coroner reported more than 3,600 people have died on the streets of Los Angeles in the past five years. In 2018, 918 people died. The rate for homeless women dying on the street has more than doubled.
16,000 people are living in his or her car. Where is the transitional housing?
Eric Garcetti has FAILED to prevent drug addiction by enabling the mentally ill and drug addicted, forcing them into conditions where they have to live and die on the streets of Los Angeles. These third-world conditions pose a threat to all of the public health! Where are the resources to treat the addicted and mentally ill?
Eric Garcetti has FAILED by not completing one unit with the $1.2 billion bond money allocated by voters through measure HHH. Where is this this money going and how is it being spent?
It is time to recall the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti for his inaction on homelessness in Los Angeles. Mayor Garcetti, it is time you accept your FAILURE and step down! Your best is not good enough!
We demand you step down before the citizens of Los Angeles remove you with this recall! We have had enough!
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Monday, June 17, 2019
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Friday, June 14, 2019
Dr. Drew On Homeless, Medically Unscreened Illegals: Tuberculosis, Typhoid Fever Already Here, Entire Population At Risk
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Garcetti Recall Petitioner Alex Datig Appears On KABC 790 With Jillian Barberie & John Phillips To Discuss L.A.'s State of Emergency with Homelessness
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Garcetti Recall Petitioner Alex Datig Appears The Daily Ledger To Discuss L.A.'s State of Emergency with Homelessness
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Garcetti Recall Petitioner Alex Datig Appears On John & Ken, KFI AM 640 To Discuss L.A.'s State of Emergency with Homelessness
Monday, June 10, 2019
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Front Page Index Clip Of The Week: NBC4 L.A. Streets of Shame Series: L.A. City Controller Concerned, Not One Unit Built To Date With $1.2 Billion Prop. HHH Bond Money Allocated For 10,000 Units
Alex asks L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti to either step down or face a recall over his weak leadership on L.A.'s homeless crisis. talks about what it is like to live and work in Downtown Los Angeles surrounded by homelessness. About how the City of Los Angeles is no longer a safe or healthy place to live. She blames L.A.'s Mayor Eric Garcetti for the problem of chronic homelessness, calling out his weak leadership on the crisis. She also exposes how City Controller Ron Galperin pointed out finding of his audit of Proposition HHH, not one unit was built with the $1.2 billion in bond money. Prop. HHH is a 10-year program approved by voters to build 10,000 apartments units for the homeless of Los Angeles.