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WTF California: SF Homeless Spending at $5k Per Person, Antioch Councilwoman Arrested 22 Times

by ECT

On this episode of WTF California, we discuss how in the world San Francisco can spend $16.1 million on a tent program—or $5k per month per person. Governor Gavin Newsom recall hits signature goal. SF Chronicle found a new media darling in Antioch Councilwoman Tamisha Torres-Walker who has been arrest 22 times. The theme of this episode is we ask when was common sense lost?


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Yeahright Mar 8, 2021 - 8:40 am

I read the SF Chronicle piece on Ms. Torres-Walker. Seemed a bit biased and one sided, in my opinion, and favoring the councilwoman. Poor piece of reporting. Whatever happened to truth in reporting and getting all sides of a story?

No time for habitual screw ups Mar 8, 2021 - 9:34 am

Didnt read the piece in the chronicle but assume it makes her a hero of some kind for overcoming whatever she overcame. I work with foster children from the exact same bsckground ane circumstances. 90 percent never run afoul of the law. They are the ones who deserve articles in the paper. It is harder to always make the right decisions in the face of adversity then to chronically make the wrong ones then expect a gold star for finally acting like a citizen. Get rid of this pos

Jg Mar 8, 2021 - 9:35 am

Very good question. When was common sense lost ? It’s been slowly fading since the 90’s. For some reason our parents and schools appear to be more concerned with perception and appearance. Until we change that, common sense will continue to erode. As they say “ common sense is not for everyone “. However, it should be.

GET RID OF THE POS Mar 8, 2021 - 5:42 pm

The Antioch City Manager should kick this POS out right now. It’s way overdue! Torres-Walkers presence on the council is a distraction. She has no right to be on that council. People who were convicted of arson are not permitted to run for any political public office. Isn’t that clear enough to the city management?

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