LA has a problem.
Well, okay — it has thousands of problems.
But one of them is the rampant increase of people camping out — and crapping out(side) — on the streets.
Earlier in the month, I covered Victor Davis Hanson’s statement to Tucker Carlson that LA’s helped make California the nation’s first Third World state (here).
And recently, the laser-sharp minds in the Los Angeles government decided one way to address the homeless problem was to cancel bench warrants for anyone dwelling externally (here).
Yep — that’ll really give the issue a bit of What For.
Well, the homeless have just stepped up to a new rung of empowerment: They’re suing the city.
Seven homeless people have filed a federal lawsuit, claiming LA’s committed unlawful seizure and destruction of their property. During street sweeping, that is.