In an invite Tweeted out Thursday, Gavin is staying true to form – as he continues to focus his time with elites.
His “volunteer” party is in a place that people love to visit, but can hardly afford to live:
- In the Hollywood Hills, the median home price listed for sale is $2.4 million.
- In West Hollywood, the average home price is $806,000.
- According to Best Places, the cost of living in West Hollywood is 189% higher than average cities.
- Housing rates there are 388% more expensive than average cities.
But it’s in these enclaves that Gavin feels most comfortable – and to whom he owes his political and business success.
Meantime, a new analysis by The Sacramento Bee of a Census Bureau report shows that 7 million Californians struggle to pay for groceries and our state remains #1 in poverty. Just take a walk down Hollywood Blvd. or stroll through the Tenderloin to be reminded of the failure of the Sacramento political class and the growing homeless problem – a problem that Gavin Newsom exacerbated in San Francisco.
With friends in high places, is it any wonder that Gavin Newsom can’t relate to millions of Californians struggling under a current housing and affordability crisis?