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Los Angeles Democrat Mayor Karen Bass wants wealthy residents to buy homes for the homeless |  The Gateway expert

Cities across the country are dealing with a homelessness problem that has exploded in recent years. In Los Angeles, California, the problem is serious: thousands and thousands of people are living in tents on sidewalks.

Democrat Mayor Karen Bass has an idea to solve the city’s problem. She wants wealthy residents to buy homes for the homeless. Good luck with that.

Does she really think Hollywood liberals like Rob Reiner will put their money where their mouth is? Unlikely.

City Hall reported:

Here’s How a Democrat Mayor Wants to ‘Solve’ Homelessness

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass (D) urged wealthy voters Monday to buy homes for the city’s homeless.

Bass made the comments as she announced the LA4LA campaign, which aims to create housing for the city’s growing homeless population. According to the Los Angeles Times, there are more than 45,000 homeless people living in the city…

According to its website, Bass’ Inside Safe program has moved more than 21,000 homeless people into temporary housing to date. In her remarks, Bass announced the new initiative and asked “the luckiest” to help fund housing for the homeless.

“We are asking the most fortunate Angelenos to join this effort, with personal, private and philanthropic funds – to help us acquire more properties, lower the cost of capital and accelerate housing delivery,” Bass explained. “This is the mission of our new capital campaign, LA4LA.”…

“LA4LA can be a game changer for Los Angeles – an unprecedented partnership to address this emergency,” Bass continued. “An example of breaking the status quo to build a new system to save lives.”

FOX News reported on the absurdity of this last night.

Los Angeles is pretty much doomed at this point.

Despite all this, LA residents will continue to vote left. It does not make any sense.