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Los Angeles police will put you in jail if you try to get rid of homeless' stuff from your property

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One of the residents of Los Angeles went on Twitter and spoke about the local police loyalty to the homeless and at the same time a complete disrespect for private property, even more than any resident of California, Ohio and Oregon can go to jail if he tries to throw homeless things from his territory.

At the time of publication of the article, the reliability of this information was not confirmed. But this does not negate the fact that the government simply created conditions in the United States in which it is impossible to live. An overloaded healthcare system where immigrants pay medical bills from the pocket of Americans, regardless of the legality of their stay in the United States.

At the same time, US citizens can not afford to rent in California. The government, instead of normalizing the market, makes it necessary to take care of the homeless by those who have housing.

“In December Ohio’s First District Court of Appeals says governments cannot ban homeless encampments from private property,” reports The GateWayPundit.

Having set a goal to relieve themselves of “unnecessary” responsibility and shifting everything onto the shoulders of the Americans, the Democrats not only do not help clean up private property, but, literally, obligatorily obliges residents of their country and taxpayers to provide “resting spots” for the homeless.

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Author: Usa Really