Herb Wesson and Holly Mitchell Debate: Part 2: Measure C & Measure J | NewsConference | NBCLA

The debate between candidates for Los Angels County Board of Supervisors District 2 continues. NBC4’s Conan Nolan moderates the debate between State Senator Holly Mitchell and LA City Councilman Herb Wesson. Here the issues discussed are the impact of Measure C about policing and the potential impact of Measure J, on the ballot now.
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  1. bootsofescaping01

    bootsofescaping01

    12 天 前

    mental health and employment have nothing to do with protection from police!!!! OMG enough with the "programs". Wow so basically nothing will change. They are just talking about how they will funnel money through "services" and "programs". Wow. We have a systemic racial problem and they are talking about programs and services. both 👎. And anybody in a heavily policed area knows it is over policed just by how many cars show up for minor issues. I won't vote for anything so corrupt, it is the equivalent of the Covid deaths on the hands of Trump yes voters.

    • Robert Dixon

      Robert Dixon

      6 天 前

      @bootsofescaping01 Great observations. Is good to see other people in the world with a genuine understanding of health and disease.

    • bootsofescaping01

      bootsofescaping01

      7 天 前

      @Robert Dixon I hear you ✌. I hope Sweden pulls out great. The SAD is criminal and evil, all it does is cause excess mucus and inflammation and acid/alkaline imbalance. I relate it to when they spent 3million dollars on plexiglass for kids chairs in class but the halls were crowded like a subway in Japan, and what happened, a bunch of kids got sick, and for what, for the federal education department to keep money flowing into their evil pockets (DeVos). FDA is the #1 killer of Americans they approve virtually anything as "food". Hospitals and big pharma need to justify there over inflated budget and in order to do that you have to keep people sick (there investments and relationships with the FDA needs auditing). It is easy to say that people have "choice" but it is an illusion. The study of psychology proves this. It is why restaurants and advertising companies use psychologist, they have mapped the brain down almost to a tee. They know exactly what to say and what to do to guide people. Taste buds are a big example, if you have been eating fast food/bad food for a long time then real food will not taste right. A person would have to actively and consciously train their taste buds to enjoy healthy food (and that's not even talking about accessability) its crazy. This food might as well be classified as drugs. It took a while for me to understand this until I got off sugar for a week and i started to taste real sugar in real fruits and the difference was astonishing. But my taste buds and the taste bud connections to pleasure needed time to make that connection. A family could eat right all day long but when the kids go to school or even when the adults were kids themselves what do they get when the go to school (a mandatory place) they get drug food, addictive additives, taste bud killing fats and acid. You can try anything you want but they will always change the rules or sneak in, does organic mean the same as it did 20year ago...I'm sure it does not but everything says organic now, even shoes. Psychological games and deceit, illusion (giving out the organic stamp) then reading the back that says in small print that only the things with an * are actually organic. And don't get me started on soy or organic hfcsyrups. I agree with you and I understand the venting we all need it. Hopefully when all of this is over we make DRASTIC changes in the FDA.

    • Robert Dixon

      Robert Dixon

      7 天 前

      @bootsofescaping01 I hear you. I can't expect better from others unless I always set a good example. My patience gets taxed and I vent. My understanding is that Sweden front-loaded their deaths by staying open, but will have significantly lower incidence of fatalities overall. Shutdown countries leveled off the spike, but the infection rate will be drawn out for a much longer period. No one should be strutting around without a mask, that's irresponsible, or worse. That's one reason I voted for Howie. Selling out our children's future. Makes me want to move to Canada. True, AIDS is actually considered a non-virulent virus, as it takes a decade to kill the host. Ebola on the other hand was so deadly that it killed the host before it could spread to the general population. I get that these are poor examples to support keeping America open. My bad. Was trying to point out that there are greater dangers in the universe. I've grown to be skeptical of human nature, and have regrettably lost some empathy for the plight people place themselves in, knowing or not. I've spoken with my aunt a hundred times on how acidic foods aggulinate fatty acids in the blood to form calcium-plaque deposits in the circulatory system, yet she persists in eating fried foods since her double bypass.

    • bootsofescaping01

      bootsofescaping01

      8 天 前

      @Robert Dixon I was under the impression that herd immunity backfired for Sweden. American diet = gross and unhealthy yes of course it is but it is because America is capitalistic. Sell their kids down the stream for a million. Look at a bunch of people who died and say screw you I won't wear masks, and keep all my shops open so I can get my hair cut. American food is not the only problem but it does fit the culture. It is a choice to make logic and emotion bedfellows. With Aids when it got crazy they put in a very hard law. Where a person could go to jail for knowingly spreading it...ok GO TO JAIL. Ebola never got as bad here as Covid, but if it did the PR it has racked up over the years alone would make people shut down everything with no complaint. And it seems like your understanding is kinda off to me ... You know that America is messed up because of SAD. Yet you blame Americans and say it's their fault and screw them. And then you go back to somewhat understanding how the government and special interests groups create and maintain SAD. so...if you understand how the government creates these toxic environments why do you lack compassion for the people stuck in them?

    • Robert Dixon

      Robert Dixon

      8 天 前

      @bootsofescaping01 Sweden never shut down and has the lowest death rate out of any industrialized nation. The entire population has herd immunity, and they didn't hide under a rock to get there. The overall mortality rate is less than 1%, almost all of which were elderly and people with preexisting health condition. Going deeper, America is a sadly obese and unhealthy population. We have the highest disease rate of almost anyone. If people didn't foul up their bodies with acidic, fatty and sugary foods, as in the standard american diet (SAD), our immune systems would function correctly and dispel almost any infection you throw at it. So instead of hiding under a rock, our nation needs to get it's head screwed on properly. They will never invent a synthetic compound that will cure an organic illness. Polio, AIDES and ebola were way more deadly than CV. Only reason CV is getting so much attention is because this is the first time we've possessed the needed technology to study and monitor the molecular process of CV as it spreads. 30 years ago this would have been written up as a nasty flu. Really erks me that people blabber on about topics that are beyond their scope of knowledge. I don't have all the answers, nobody does. But humanity has managed to exist for 85 million years since we evolved off the the monkey tree, yet somehow we managed to survive. There is a frozen ball of methane gas the size of Road Island sitting at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. It wiped out 99.999% of biological live once before when it melted, and will do so again. We've been hit by meteors, volcanoes, acid rain, lightening bolts big enough to melt rock across entire continents, and repeated ice ages. The simple fact of life is that we coexist in an extremely hostile environment. Instead of getting emotionally entangled in the minute-by-minutes ups-and-downs, we need long-term perspectives. CV ain't squat in the scheme of catastrophes. You want perspective? It is estimated that 30-70 million Americans have died as a direct of hydrolyzed oils since it's advent in the 1930's (thanks Crisco). It puts the accumulation of arterial calcium-plaque formation into hyper drive, yet it is still on the shelves. We got bigger fish to fry than CV.

  2. Mark Rosolowski

    Mark Rosolowski

    15 天 前

    Yeah, so I'm voting NO on J. We need to increase funding to the police, not reduce.

    • Selena Lovely

      Selena Lovely

      22 小时 前

      No on j ? Is that holly or herb ?

    • Synaca Gilmore

      Synaca Gilmore

      4 天 前

      Exactly...these people don't care about the people they "represent"...which is US! ANYONE USING THE WORD "REIMAGINE" WHEN SPEAKING OF OUR OFFICERS AND DEPUTIES DO NOT REPRESENT ME! IT'S DISGUSTING THAT THESE TWO ARE OUR ONLY CHOICE...SMH PROTEST VOTE....WRITE MY OWN NAME IN FOR THE VOTE. ID SUGGESTS YOU ALL DO THE SAME...

    • bootsofescaping01

      bootsofescaping01

      8 天 前

      @Wander That is exactly my point the. billions and billions of dollars from all the other props are 1) still being paid out because the money is issued over time and 2) The amounts that have been paid out to LAUSD ....everyone should have an apple pad , no schools should be over crowded..the money is going somewhere just not to where it is needed. It is probably going straight to Betsy DeVos. They need to clean house.

    • Wander

      Wander

      8 天 前

      @Mark Rosolowski I thought we were taking funds away. Wouldn't voting no keep funds as they are? That makes the second part of your argument invalid. I agree with better training, but I'm not sure if that's enough to change people intent on doing bad things. I'm really not sure how you change that. I guess going from top to bottom and getting rid of all the bad apples would be a start, but I don't know if we can even trust that process in itself.

    • Mark Rosolowski

      Mark Rosolowski

      10 天 前

      @bootsofescaping01 disagree with that. Trump 2020 🇺🇸

  3. Alexia Maldonado

    Alexia Maldonado

    16 天 前

    I'm Alone 😍😥

    • LONEFIGHTER823

      LONEFIGHTER823

      5 天 前

      I thought I would be the only one to see these debates. I'm glad to see you are also trying to get well informed before voting :)

    • Alex Roque

      Alex Roque

      12 天 前

      Me too.

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