Our nation should never have statistics like this.
But under Joe Biden our nation is on the verge of financial collapse.
And this one statistic about homelessness under Joe Biden’s economy will have steam coming out of your ears.
Our economy is in shambles
The United States is supposed to be one of the most prosperous and profitable nations in the world.
People flock to the United States for opportunity and advancement in society.
Back in the day, if you worked hard, and put in the time, you would make something of yourself.
And if you have a hard-working, honest job, you would be able to provide for your family in ways that you couldn’t provide in nearly every other part of the world.
Sadly, those days are long gone for most of the nation.
Now, families are struggling to put food on the table, and even to keep a roof over their head.
It shouldn’t be this way but the economy is slowly collapsing.
For some reason government officials thought it was a great idea to throw trillions of dollars in debt into the nation’s economy during a pandemic with no exit strategy on how to control inflation.
And now, the feds print money at an exceptional and unsustainable rate just to keep the economy from collapsing.
And No matter the intention for our failing economy, its downfall has led to one statistic that no one in the United States should take pride in.
Homelessness is out of control
One of the last things any American wants to face is homelessness.
But sadly more and more people are ending up on the streets.
With home prices and rent skyrocketing thanks to inflation, the chance for stable housing is a diminishing reality for many American families.
The numbers just came out from the Wall Street Journal, detailing just how bad homelessness is, and the numbers are staggering.
According to the Journal, over 577,000 Americans are homeless today.
That is more than the population of many major cities, like Milwaukee, Wisconsin or Tuscon, Arizona.
And that is an 11% increase over last year, which is the largest increase for homelessness year over year since records were kept of homeless numbers in 2007.
US experiences a homeless surge due to economic downturn, with 577,000 recorded, up 11% from last year—highest since 2007. Data hints at even higher numbers. California accounts for 30%, facing severe health issues and medical barriers. High rates of chronic diseases, poor… pic.twitter.com/nQPo2SrkNG
— In Context (@incontextmedia) August 17, 2023
This should infuriate you.
The United States is sending over 100 million dollars to New York City to house a bunch of illegal aliens, but the homeless in this nation, many of which are veterans, can’t get a warm bed to sleep in tonight because the government could care less about them.
The Washington, D.C. Swamp, and politicians all across the country have their morals completely backwards.
We need to take care of Aemericans in need before we try to manage all of these illegal aliens.