California climate change activists superglue themselves to the globe at Common Studios. The headline is true. On Earth Day, members of a radical local weather change insurrection group managed to scale the enduring globe at Common Studios in Hollywood and apparently superglued themselves to the construction.
In the event that they care a lot about conservation and the atmosphere, why don’t they superglue themselves to Governor Gavin Newsom’s door and demand that HE do one thing in regards to the 1000’s of needles littering the streets of San Francisco? Or what in regards to the human feces?
It is not simply in San Fran. The issue plagues everything of our state from San Francisco to San Diego and all over the place in between.
These local weather change teams additionally conveniently ignore the numerous third-world model encampments and tent cities scattered all through our Golden State of Homelessness. Heck, on the finish of final 12 months the Sacramento City Council approved a resolution to dole out $400,000 to rent staff solely for the aim of cleansing up homeless encampments in California’s capital.
In truth, in response to Caltrans — the California Department of Transportation — the rising quantities of trash alongside our freeways could be partly attributed to the homeless encampments. These are the identical encampments that Democrats and local weather change warriors on this state — and throughout the nation — conveniently ignore.
So possibly as a substitute of supergluing themselves to Hollywood infrastructure, these tree-huggers may use that point to scrub up the trash and filth created by this state’s drug and homeless epidemic. That might be a productive use of time.