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Trump Supporters Clean 50 Tons of Trash from Dem-Controlled, Rat-Infested LA Streets

Conservatives take action to clean up filthy streets of liberal California city

 on 25th September 2019 @ 12.00am
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President Trump's supporters took to the filthy streets of Los Angeles and removed 50 tons of trash

Supporters of President Donald Trump have taken to the streets of Democrat-controlled Los Angeles and removed a stunning 50 tons of trash from the liberal California city.

The movement was originally inspired by a tweet from President Donald Trump that exposed "rat and rodent-infested" Baltimore and it's Democratic leadership.

When the president highlighted the issue, it triggered a group of pro-Trump activists took to take to the trash-strewn streets of Los Angeles and continue what they'd begun on the East Coast: Helping to clean up Democrat-controlled cities.

After taking to the filthy LA streets, the group cleaned up an incredible fifty tons of garbage by the end of the effort.

The latest clean-up effort led by pro-Trump activist Scott Presler, who organized the first such project in Baltimore last month, is documented in a new video from Austen Fletcher, aka "Fleccas".


the streets of liberal los angeles are covered in trash in some areas © press
The streets of liberal Los Angeles are covered in trash in some areas

According to the Daily Wire, Presler and a group of volunteers, which Fletcher describes as consisting of "mostly Trump supporters," managed to clean up a jaw-dropping 50 tons of trash in the San Fernando Valley, which, Fletcher notes, is the district for which Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff is responsible.

As Neon Nettle has previously chronicled, largely as a result of progressive policies, Los Angeles is increasingly plagued by homelessness, which has resulted in rampant drug abuse, the spreading of diseases, and the accumulation of garbage in many areas.

The problem has also increasingly inspired residents to begin to call out elected officials for failing to keep neighborhoods safe.

In a 10-minute documentary on the L.A. clean-up effort, Fletcher features residents expressing their disgust with the current situation in the county.

"Even though I live in L.A. — and I see these homeless encampments every day — this is so much worse than I expected," says one volunteer.

"In fact, there's a rat that just ran past your shoulder there on the left. The smell is horrific. It's dangerous.

"And it's frustrating because we pay among the highest taxes here. We shouldn't have to come out here and clean."

"We had to get the [shopping] carts out first. So we pulled all the carts out, and then we had to start getting the trash out," says another volunteer.

"That's when all the rats came."

"We started to haul away the trash, and there's literally dead rats everywhere," says another.

"You have typhus, bubonic plague that are coming back in LA for the first time in the United States in I don't know how many years," notes a volunteer.

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Tired of waiting for Democrats, Trump supporters rolled up their sleeves and cleaned 50 tons of trash from LA streets

Asked if things have changed in the city, one guy who says he grew up in the area says, "It's unexplainable."

Asked if the city has tried to reach out and help the group, a volunteer says no.

Another notes that last year, the city spent nearly $650 million on homelessness, yet because of misuse of the funds, the problem has only gotten worse.

"We have to look at how our money is being allocated," says a female volunteer.

"My impression is that my congressman, Adam Schiff, is not really paying attention for a few reasons.

"One, he doesn't live here. And, B, he's very focused on his hyper-partisan anti-Trump, Republican vs. Democrat thing."

The "rat-infested" city clean-up projects were prompted by Trump tweeting about conditions in Rep. Elijah Cummings' Baltimore in late July.

"Rep. Elijah Cummings has been a brutal bully, shouting and screaming at the great men & women of Border Patrol about conditions at the Southern Border, when actually his Baltimore district is FAR WORSE and more dangerous," Trump tweeted.

"His district is considered the Worst in the USA.

"As proven last week during a Congressional tour, the Border is clean, efficient & well run, just very crowded. Cumming District is a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess.

"If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous & filthy place."

Like many of his tweets, Trump's post sparked a massive controversy, with Democrats decrying his comments as "racist" while Trump supporters pointed to Democrats' own past comments about Baltimore which admitted that parts of the city are indeed a "rat and rodent infested mess."

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