California Criminalizes This Form Of Charity
For Liberty Staff, 5 years ago 1 min read 4984
Article from Rare by Natalie Dreier.
No good deed goes unpunished.
Nine well-meaning people in California have found that out after receiving tickets for giving food to the homeless in a park in El Cajon, KNSD reported.
It all started Sunday, when volunteers gathered in Wells Park to give clothes, food and toiletries to the homeless.
Police stepped in, accusing those giving the handouts of violating the city’s municipal code. The law prohibits food sharing in public places like a park, KNSD reported.
Read the entire article at Rare.
Image Credit: By Henri Sivonen from Helsinki, Finland (flickr: California State Capitol) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
So, why don’t you who have more clout and influence put some ads in local So. Calif newspapers with your info??? An informed electorate is empowered to act if they have the facts. Not saying they all will, but at least it’s certainly worth a try. I mean basically you’re preaching to choir here. Many of us don’t have the finances to do anything on a large scale, so consequently we just tell our friends and neighbors. You might want to check out what “Faith and Freedom Coalition” accomplished this last election. Or would you not be too unhappy to see California continue to drown in “BIG government?”
That is partly because of public heath laws. But it is taking it to the extreme.
It has nothing to do with health, per se. It has EVERYTHING to do with POWER.
We need to help Donald DRAIN the swamp. Get out and vote against anything or person who is anti-American. Take a stand now… “they’ll” never give us a second chance.