California Homelessness is So Bad, Medieval Diseases Threaten to Destroy the City

Homelessness is now so bad in California’s liberal utopias of San Francisco and Los Angeles that disgusting Medieval diseases are making a comeback. Pictures and videos cannot even describe the awfulness of the “slum” areas of these cities.

Typhus, which is a rat-borne disease that we haven’t really seen in America since the Civil War, is spreading through Los Angeles. One employee at City Hall caught the medieval disease recently, and employees have been chasing rats around the building. It’s not unusual to see a rat running down the aisle in the grocery store (ugh – not even joking).

Oprah Winfrey’s lavish $30 million studio in West Hollywood has a big wall around the compound — but outside that wall, it is encircled by tents housing hundreds of homeless people. Many of them just poop right on the street, because there are no public restrooms available in LA any longer. (If you want to use the bathroom in a restaurant or other business, you have to hunt down an employee with a key.)

In addition to typhus, Los Angeles has also seen recent outbreaks of tuberculosis, pertussis, incurable super-gonorrhea and a form of E coli that requires limb amputation. One thing that no one ever talks about is the fact that flooding these urban areas with illegal aliens restricts housing availability, so rent is driven up to $3,000 a month for a cruddy apartment. Thousands are homeless because they can’t support their families with a middle-class job.

Check out the video below to see the joys of liberalism that Democrats want to spread to all of America through open borders. Gross.


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