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Thursday, June 24, 2021

California past due renters get a free ride

Gov. Gavin Newsom says California will pay off all the past-due rent that accumulated in the nation’s most populated state because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, a promise to make landlords whole while giving renters a clean slate.

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  1. Isn't this called vote buying? Where did he get the power to spend money on whatever he feels is best for His future. Wake Up cali.

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  2. LOL. Where is the money coming from?

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    1. FedGuv. You know, Uncle Suga... er, Uncle Joe.

      You'd be amazed all the places Gavie can find to piss away $50 billion in Covid money.

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  3. HEHEHEH talk about "playing to the crowd"! So now that he is going through a recall; ALL common sense is off the table.

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  4. Free Ride!!!! Someone always pays for the free shit government gives away. I suspect the burden here will fall back on the landlords via special taxes on rental units.
    Daryl

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    1. It's Fed covid money. In other words, freshly printed. In other words, we are ALL paying for it in the form of inflation.

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  5. That is one hell of an opening shot in the recall campaign. Hopefully it will seal his demise, time will tell. For our friends, the chair has gone through the wall, act accordingly. 🏴‍☠️Bert

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  6. Just spitting on all taxpayers.

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  7. Hm...wonder if the owners could add a "surcharge" to all the remaining renters? I mean during the last "gas crisis"; truckers added a gas surcharge to all their loads. Why not rental owners?

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  8. Ha, Ha Ken, If ya only waited a few more years before moving to Tennessee ya could of bought a lot more chickens!

    @luis- WeGotFreeRent!

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  9. Nothing for mortgage holders or those that paid off their mortgage?

    How long can California penalize those that work and are thrifty and still have an economy.

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    1. I suppose as long as those people keep playing the fool and keep paying for it all...

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  10. I suspect the gov is looking down the barrel of a losing lawsuit for unlawful taking when they told private property owners that the gov was nullifying 1/2 of their lawfully entered rental contracts. With penalties, fees, interest and emotional distress this is probay the cheapest option.

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