Los Angeles Homelessness Czar to Resign After Homelessness Grows by 33%
Los Angeles’ head of homelessness announced on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 that he will be resigning after presiding over a 33 percent increase in homelessness during the last five years.
Peter Lynn, the head of the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority, revealed that he would leave at the end of the year.
According to Paul Joseph Watson of Summit News, LAHSA reportedly spent $780 million with no effect.
The city’s homeless population grew even larger from 2018 to 2019, where it witnessed a 12 percent increase in that period.
Even with these unsavory facts in front of him, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti believed he did an amazing job and presided over “historic action.”
Lynn was apparently making $242,000 while homelessness went up along with cases of leprosy, typhoid fever, and even bubonic plague.
A few months ago, Dr. Drew Pinsky said L.A.’s public health infrastructure was a complete mess.
“We have a complete breakdown of the basic needs of civilization in Los Angeles right now,” declared Pinsky.
The state of California and its municipalities will have to get their acts together if they want to keep the state from spiraling into political chaos.