Caitlyn Jenner Confronted By Angry Crowd While Touring Homeless Encampment: ‘You’re Not The Answer!’
On 18th August 2021
Public is left unimpressed with Jenner's campaign idea where she is seen criticizing the homeless people and continues to face heavy criticism after she told the media during her visit to homeless encampment: "We have to reclaim our public space. We have to regulate our public space."
Apparently, Caitlyn Jenner's campaign for governor hasn't had a really great start and it is reported that the campaign is already in debt.
Jenner started the campaign with a statewide bus tour with a stroll through a homeless encampment.
But the idea didn't really work out in her favor and Jenner continues to face heavy backlash for her privileged opinion on homeless people.
Just, earlier this month, she told KRON 4 that she wanted to move the state’s homeless community — consisting of over 60,000 people — to “big open fields.”
Back in May, Jenner told Fox News host Sean Hannitty that the homelessness crisis was causing her friends to move. “My friends are leaving California,” she said. “Actually, my hangar — the guy right across, he was packing up his hangar and I said, ‘Where are you going?’ And he says, ‘I’m moving to Sedona, Arizona. I can’t take it anymore. I can’t walk down the streets and see the homeless.’”
Thus, her obsession with California's homeless and her visit to a Venice Beach homeless encampment and criticizing their presence, all fits well for her campaign.
“I was already seeing, you know, campers. Where do they get these dilapidated campers?” Jenner asks the crowd in a judgmental tone.
However, people are not really impressed by her tone-deaf comments and in a follow-up video, a critic can be heard protesting Jenner’s exploitative press tour. “You’re coming down with white lily promises, of what? You’re not the answer,” she said. “We’re talking about people! Human beings on the sidewalk! Where are you gonna put them?”
To this, Jenner had no reply but she did speak to the press afterward: ”We have to reclaim our public space. We have to regulate our public space,” she said.
Twitter is equally unhappy with her views and was quick to call out Jenner's hypocrisy.