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Los Angeles ‘Can’t Take Care of Its Own, How Can It Take Care of' More Immigrants

Los Angeles ‘Can’t Take Care of Its Own, How Can It Take Care of' More Immigrants

Cher said she failed to understand how the city of Los Angeles in the sanctuary state of California could afford to admit and take care of any more immigrants when city officials have failed to care for homeless, veterans, and poverty-stricken Americans.

The post came after President Trump threatened to bus border crossers and illegal aliens into sanctuary cities and states, like California, if the country’s asylum laws were not changed.

In response, Democrat mayors across the country — like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Oakland, California Mayor Libby Schaaf — have welcomed bringing illegal aliens and border crossers to their cities.

While left-wing mayors say they will continue to admit any and all illegal and legal immigrants, Los Angeles is home to the second largest homeless population in the country, second to only New York City.

About 50,000 residents of Los Angeles are homeless and about 7.5 percent of California’s American Veteran population is homeless.

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