A small business owner in California’s capital is having to pack up and mover her hair salon, thanks to the absolute state of California’s homeless problem.
Elizabeth Novak’s work might be top notch, but she has to endure third-world conditions in the space between her home and the office.
“When I come into work I’m never sure what I’m going to walk into,” she said in an interview on Fox & Friends. “I’ve been broken into, I’ve had my glass broken. I clean up human excrement off of my doorstep every week, cups of urine, things like that.”
Before making it on television, Novak took to Twitter to call out California Governor Gavin Newsom, whose “progressive” policies that forbid law enforcement officers from arresting the homeless.
“This video is for Gavin Newsom,” Novak said in the video. “I’ve had a business in downtown Sacramento for 15 years.”
Though she has since had to make her Twitter account private, she’s not going to stop raising awareness in regards to the homeless epidemic in California.
“I just want to tell you what happens when I get to work,” she said. “I have to clean up the poop and the pee off of my doorstep. I have to politely ask the people who I care for -I care for these people that are homeless- to move their tents.”
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