Democrat Party Conference In California Completely Ignores Homelessness And Crime

California has serious problems with homelessness and crime, but don’t tell that to Democrats in the state.

They just had a conference and completely ignored these key issues.

Why do people in the Golden State keep voting for these people?

Breitbart News reports:

Report: California Democrats Ignore Crime, Homelessness at State Convention

Crime and homelessness are among the top concerns of California voters — but Democrats ignored them at their recent statewide convention, preferring instead to focus on what they called Republican-led attacks on “democracy.”

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The San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday, in “California Democrats avoid discussing crime and homelessness at state convention”:

California voters are sending a strong message when it comes to crime and homelessness: They’re ticked off and they want more help. Now.

But is the California Democratic Party listening? Or are its members too busy arguing among themselves?

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Few top California Democrats at the state party’s virtual convention Saturday mentioned crime or homelessness or acknowledged their impact. Fewer still mentioned rising inflation. Instead, many focused on the ongoing international crisis in democracy — from voting rights in the U.S. to the war in Ukraine…

[T]t is questionable from the tone of the weekend’s convention whether Democrats are seeing the gathering storm clouds: 54% of registered California voters feel that the state is moving in the wrong direction while only 36% believe it is headed the right way — down 10 points from just six months ago, according to a Berkeley IGS Poll released last month.

What have the Democrats done for the people of California?

Crime and homelessness are issues that leaders in California should be focused on but they care more about things like climate change.

 

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