Socialism is a failed ideology and California is becoming the first American State to continue to prove that. They just keep taking from taxpayers and re-allocating it to other constituents.
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California is now expanding their welfare program that gives black people more money so they can continue to depend on the government. The last program was paying people who identify as transgender to get government aid and this it’s giving money to “pregnant people.” Not women but people.
The Daily Wire reports, California will soon expand a program that pays monthly payments to black “pregnant people.”
As part of its partnership with Expecting Justice at the University of California San Francisco, the San Francisco Department of Public Health provided $1,000 per month to “pregnant people” in order to reduce the purported health disparities resulting from childbirth among racial minorities. Next year, the program will expand to Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, and Riverside counties, where recipients will receive monthly stipends between $600 and $1,000.
In a press release, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said, “The Abundant Birth Project has proven to be a successful program in San Francisco and provides an innovative, equitable approach to addressing disproportionate health impacts that mainly affect black families.” To increase the program in our city and neighboring counties, I committed to investing $1.5 million over the next two years.” ” By providing this guaranteed income program, mothers can ease some of the financial burdens that prevent them from focusing on their own health, which ultimately impacts the health of their babies and their families.”
According to Zea Malawa, the California Department of Social Services grant will allow Expecting Justice to serve 425 more “pregnant people.”
Currently, California is a great place to be black. Especially when the king of equity, Gavin Newsum, is looking to correct all wrongs from racism to energy crisis, to health, to crime. All of this on the backs of taxpayers. Most of which celebrate these moves without considering the possible consequences.
According to Business Insider, Americans have long argued whether Black citizens should receive monetary grants or other benefits as a means of acknowledging — and trying to rectify — the decades of systemic racism that has perpetuated the nation’s racial wealth gap. This complex issue will be tackled head-on by California in 2023.
California’s governor has created a task force that has developed a groundbreaking proposal aimed at leveling the playing field for Black residents. According to the experts, reparations should be provided to Californians whose ancestors were free or enslaved African Americans living in the United States before the end of the 19th century.
A staggering $569 billion was calculated by measuring the housing wealth gap between Black and white Californians between 1933 and 1977, prior to the Housing Financial Discrimation Act of 1977. There are still questions regarding how the state will distribute payments or grants to eligible residents, even though the state has determined the amount of reparations it seeks.
With Governor Gavin Newsome’s “let’s just give it away” policy, the great State of California is quickly heading downhill. It almost seems like Californians are always looking for another excuse to selfishly indulge themselves with government-sponsored handouts — attempting to overlook the fact that free money from any state institution is never a good sign in the long run. Unfortunately, too many individuals in the state don’t understand that socialism doesn’t really get you anywhere, and yet those were the people who are eagerly voted against his recall — happily accepting more expenses other taxpayers will have to foot. What happened to the Golden State? For those of us who once considered California the most prosperous out of all states, this badly misguided leadership certainly leaves much to be desired.
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