Gov. Gavin Newsom “taxpayers to pay $16.7M assistance for Afghans”

Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) and democrats in the state legislature released a statement asking that $16.7 million in taxpayer money be redirected to help fleeing Afghans resettle in California.

This comes as the Biden administration is pushing to get tens of thousands of Afghans out of Afghanistan and to America. Refugee contractors have even urged California residents to open their homes to Afghans because they stated that the newly arriving immigrants might not be able to afford the states exorbitant housing costs.

Newsom saying in a statement “Today’s announcement and request for funding signal that California stands ready to assist those in need.” Newsom said. He also said, “As the nations most diverse state, we don’t simply tolerate diversity, we celebrate it.”

This comes as California faces nearly 160,000 homeless residents on any given day and an opioid crisis that has ravished the state.

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