Caitlyn Jenner: My rich friends are leaving CA because they hate homeless people

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California Governor Gavin Newsom will, in all likelihood, survive the Republican Party’s recall attempt. Not only will Gov. Newsom survive, he’ll probably become even more popular as the state reopens and more Californians are being vaccinated. It definitely helps that Caitlyn Jenner is the face of the GOP’s recall efforts though, because Caitlyn is without a doubt the absolute worst. She’s so bad that Gov. Newsom has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars without really trying, based solely on Caitlyn making an ass out of herself in the first weeks of her campaign. Last night, Caitlyn was interviewed by insurrectionist douche-canoe Sean Hannity and holy hell are these quotes out-of-touch.

What she was be like as governor: “I want to take that same fight, that same spirit, go to Sacramento, surround myself with some of the smartest people out there. I am an outsider. I understand that- smartest people out there because now I’m in a race for solutions. I need to find solutions to be able to turn this state around. I absolutely love this state. I’m a fighter. Always have been.”

On Gov. Newsom’s “hypocrisy”: “I’m really fighting against the hypocrisy that’s been going on. He’s been so bad on every issue. He’s been bad on taxes… he’s been horrible for business obviously. Companies are leaving left and right. 18,000 companies have left California. My friends are leaving California! I don’t want to leave. Either I stay and fight or I get out of here.”

No, seriously, all of her rich friends are leaving California: “My friends are leaving California. My hangar, the guy 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.’

What does she believe in again? “People do need help. We need programs, but you cannot have social programs without an economy. It doesn’t happen. You just don’t have the finances to do it and that’s what’s been happening here in California. I don’t care- Honestly, I like everybody… I don’t really care if you’re a Republican, a Democrat, a Libertarian, vegetarian, it doesn’t make a difference to me. I want solutions. If the Democrats are able to come up with great solutions, I am behind that 100 percent. Solutions to bring this state back and to give the power of this state back to the people and not to special interests in Gavin Newsom.”

Secure the wall? “I am all for the wall, I would secure the wall. We can’t have a state, we can’t have a country without a secure wall. You have two questions here. One is stopping people from coming in illegally into the state. And then the second question is, what do we do with the people that are here? We are a compassionate county, ok? We are a compassionate state. Some help, I mean, some people we’re going to send back ok, no question about that. But I have met some of the greatest immigrants [in] our country.”

[From Fox News & The Daily Beast]

Some companies *are* leaving California. Because they don’t want to deal with unions, so those companies are moving to anti-union states. As for Caitlyn plainly stating that all of the rich people she talks to at her private plane hangar are moving to Sedona because they can’t stand SEEING homeless people… well, there’s Gov. Newsom’s ad right there. Oh, and at some point during the interview she said she was pro-illegal immigration and Hannity made her correct herself on the spot. LMAO. Republicans are so bad at this. And you know why? Because their followers aren’t demanding that they be GOOD at this. If Republicans voters left this sh-tshow in droves, elite Republicans would change.

Here’s Caitlyn’s first terrible campaign ad. She spent money on this mess.

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Photos courtesy of Caitlyn’s IG.

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  1. ThatgirlThere says:

    She such a grotesque fame monster with no moral compass. Just get lost girl.

    • Esmom says:

      Seriously. I tried to listen to her interview with Hannity and wow, she’s just so incredibly vapid, not to mention tone deaf.

    • Maida says:

      Kanye: “No one in this family can run a worse campaign than I can!”

      Caitlyn: “Hold my beer.”

      I have NO respect for her “transgender girls shouldn’t be allowed on school sports teams” when she is playing in women’s golf tournaments. The “it’s all about me” vibe is so strong with her.

      • MzBossyPantz says:

        Agree with this observation 1000%! My jaw hit the floor when I heard that was her position.

    • minx says:

      I don’t like to call a human being useless, but she is. She’s a narcissist and also not very bright.

  2. Bryn says:

    This just proves what we all knew, Caitlin Jenner is a garbage human being. She doesn’t care about California or the people who live there. She cares about herself and her rich friends and wants to be rid of anything that makes their priveleged lives the least bit unpleasant. She seems to love the attention, but she isn’t smart enough to realize what a complete moron she is.

    • Noodle says:

      When you see a homeless person and your first thought is “I need to move so I don’t see homeless people any more” and NOT “What can I do to help homeless people?”, you are a terrible human being.

      • equality says:

        My thought exactly.

      • Beth says:

        And yet these same Republicans never realize the homeless situation grew exponentially thanks to their beloved Reagan. Stoopidheads.

      • cassandra says:

        Also, there a homeless people literally everywhere. It’s a huge problem across the country.

        And did she say anything about how she would solve the homelessness crisis? Of course not. This is all a play to get money and amp up her “brand”-whatever it is at this point 🙄

    • Dierski says:

      Agree 100%.

  3. Mina_Esq says:

    Wow, she is straight up applying the Trump formula: make sure people know you’re rich, say you’ll surround yourself with smart people (because we can all see you’re a moron), make some vague statements about “the economy” but have zero actual plans, and attack a vulnerable population in order to appeal to some people’s worst instincts. She is awful. Thankfully she is in California because this BS would totally work in some red states.

    • Esmom says:

      Not to go too far away from Jenner but did Trump ever say he would surround himself with smart people? I thought he thought he was smarter than anyone. At least she can admit she needs advisors, although she offers zero evidence that she would choose advisors who know what they are doing.

      • SaraTor says:

        He constant said he would hire “the best” people from the business world and surround himself with them.

  4. Diana says:

    She is literally THE Worst!!!!! Ugh shut up you spoiled, privileged, out of touch narcissist

    • HoofRat says:

      I’m so pathetically poor, I don’t even know anybody who has their own hangar. I’d probably be run out of Sedona on a bespoke crystal-encrusted rail.

  5. Tom says:

    She just has to be filming a reality show. There is no other reason for her to get off the golf course.

    • SomeChick says:

      ding ding ding!
      it’s to get back into the news cycle. there’s no way she wants the actual, you know, job.

  6. alwaysannarun says:

    Funny how she talks about hypocrisy. She’a against transgender women competing in women’s sports but played in a women’s golf tournament.

  7. Nev says:


  8. Lauren says:

    Caitlyn Jenner was a privileged, rich, white man and she still behaves like a privileged, rich, white man. She is a terrible human being all-around, but let’s be honest. With the rampant transphobia going around in the GOP circles she is certainly not going to win many Republican votes.

    • Mac says:

      She is a Trumpist. They will all vote for her.

    • Watson says:

      This!! Prior to her transition she felt like a woman trapped in a man’s body. Now she has the body of a woman with the same exact brain as she did when she presented as a rich entitled white straight man. She has learned nothing of empathy or kindness despite having struggled with others accepting her own situation. She’s a fucking disappointment.

    • Eva says:

      This is not exclusive to privileged wealthy white men. Many straight white women think like her. Remember that many white women helped to elect Trump.

      • HeyJude says:

        Precisely, no need to misgender her here. She’s literally the picture of all those suburban Trump country club women who filled his rallies.

      • Jenn says:

        Exactly. Granted, she’s been socialized to say what she thinks and to expect everyone else to stop and listen (ugh), but she continues to benefit from a racist patriarchy — as many wealthy white women do.

  9. Mac says:

    Caitlyn’s extreme sense of entitlement is sickening. I hope she withdraws from public life after a humiliating defeat at the ballot box.

    • Seraphina says:

      THIS. Thank you, I was trying to think of how to correctly articulate how I see Caitlyn, and extreme sense of entitlement is correct.

  10. Betsy says:

    She’s been complaining about trans women paying in women’s sports. Turns out that Caitlyn has been playing in women’s golf tournaments.

  11. Midge says:

    Wow. Maybe her wealthy, private jet/hangar owning friends could give back, try to help the homeless in their communities, or at minimum show compassion. These.fu**ing.people.

    • lucy2 says:

      Right? DO SOMETHING. Rather than just complaining about it while flying private planes around.

  12. Monica says:

    Poor Sedona.

  13. TheOriginalMia says:

    She disgusts me. Saw a clip of her Fox interview. You’d think she’d be empathetic towards others, but her head is so far up her own butt that’s damn near impossible.

  14. Villern says:

    I live in California. Have voted in support for bonds for affordable housing and supported efforts for building housing in our neighborhood. And yet I am sick and tired of seeing the hundreds of unhoused that have camped, burned, cut down trees in our nearest park.

    I have also been involved in discussing the issue with our city officials. The waste of allocated money and lack of common sense makes you wish for a serious opposition party. I despise the GOP, but a fiscally conservative party is needed to temper the Dem’s worst instincts. I will continue to vote Dem – but it is because doing otherwise would be voting for Satan, not because they are doing a good job managing the local governments

    • nutella toast says:

      @villern a physical building isn’t the ultimate solution – that’s why it continues. Interpersonal violence including domestic and sexual violence are some of the greatest risk factors for homelessness and the impact on child victims in particular is life-long unless addressed. It has to be more than “Here, we built you a house”. There has to be more access to mental health care, more protections for women and children in particular from domestic and sexual violence, and more understanding and compassion for how people got there. I lived in LA for years so I’m not saying I don’t see the strain on the surrounding communities – but putting homeless people “over there” in a housing development won’t solve it.

      • Villern says:

        The programs that are being built are Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) which by definition include services for mental health and drug addiction – not simply a room to live.

    • Nicole says:

      The reason we have homeless camps is that housing cant keep pace. There are many Adult Residential Facilities in CA that have closed in the last year. Those who were displaced were not re-homed. In addition, most HUD funds come from the FED. We had a president who put a small government neurosurgeon of Federal Housing. This is not about fiscal conservatism. This is about supply and affordability. Tax cuts and border security will not help that.

      • cer says:

        It’s not just housing, it’s affordable housing. And it’s just not CA, even here in my area of SW Ohio we have issues with building quality affordable housing. People want to build downtown now, but at above market rates. Not mixed income, so our lower income workers can still afford to live downtown.
        And in CA it seems you have more factors to deal with in getting that housing built than we do.

    • SurelyNot says:

      It is unfortunate that the very real problems will get buried in the noise that is Caitlyn Jenner — EDIT

    • Tiffany :) says:

      It is a VERY complicated problem. Homeless people are not a monolith, and they are varying reasons behind their lack of housing. There isn’t going to be a “1 solution solves all” remedy to this.

      Capitalism is a large player in where we are today. The economies in SF and LA have boomed, in large part to tech. Property values in Venice, for example, have sky rocketed because Google built a campus there. The highly paid employees bought up housing in the area. Home prices grew by 17% per year from 2012 to 2019. There were plans to build a housing for the homeless complex, but it was going to cost $40 million and house just 140 people. The land is just so limited and so valuable.

      There is talk of, well couldn’t we build housing complexes in less expensive areas…but then that means you’d have to transplant homeless people to another area, which also raises ethics questions.

      Wherever you build support systems for the homeless, people in those neighborhoods oppose them because they say they draw homeless to the area, not just help those that are already there. Housing has been fought in Venice, Koreatown, Sherman Oaks, etc. “Not in my backyard” is one of the biggest obstacles.

  15. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    and here I thought listening to Gregg Abbott (our idiot governor here in Texas) whine was the worst it could get…guess not

  16. teresa says:

    No one walks in LA or So Cal, so that is the first lie…
    And she really is a Trumplican isn’t she, that won’t get her elected in Cal.

  17. The Other Sarah says:

    Not to be a nay-sayer, I think this message is going to resonate with a lot of people. The pandemic highlighted many of our failings as a country, especially adequate childcare, job security, and access to healthcare. There are a ton of people who feel deeply betrayed by having to personally shoulder so much of the daily burden of local governments’ decisions, most especially school closures. Are the GOP and Caitlin the right people to fix that? Absolutely not, but the underlying message of “The past year was not okay and I hear you and I’ll fix it” will absolutely be heard by people watching this…

    • Ellie says:

      I would hope those people would learn from the Trump “only I can fix it” fiasco, and really hammer her on how she intends to do this, but I’m not holding my breath.

    • iconoclast59 says:

      Yes, unfortunately, you’re right that Caitlyn’s views resonate with a lot of people. But a lot of those people are also virulently transphobic. It’s a real conundrum for them. I think more than a few will sit out the election.

    • Merricat says:

      The GOP got us into this mess; they certainly aren’t the answer. Christ.

    • Gab says:

      yes. i would say the virtual school situation has not been ok at all. the ppl who have been hit the hardest by that decision have been poor children and working mothers. and yes some of the blue states have kept that going longer than the red states.

  18. Cee says:

    She makes me feel sorry for Kris Jenner, putting up with her crap for so long.

    • HoofRat says:

      This is the problem with despicable sub-humans like Trump and Jenner; they make the awful people look like victims. I once found myself feeling sorry for Jeff Racist Keebler Elf” Sessions because of how Trump treated him, and I felt like ducking my head in a bucket of ice water to wash the thought out of my brain. Go. Away. Now. Caitlin.

    • MissMarirose says:

      Not me. She got what she wanted out of that relationship. Kris Jenner is no victim.

  19. Emily says:

    She is basically a walking parody. The things he says are what Colbert would say when making fun of Republicans.

  20. Lightpurple says:

    That Olympic decathlon gold medal was 45 years ago but appears repeatedly in that ad. She has done absolutely nothing of substance since. She presents nothing of substance as far as proposals or solutions for any problems. And she uses the overused “city on a hill” quote but probably has no idea who the first American politician to use it was. I hope she wasted a ton of money on that preposterous, empty ad and that she wastes a ton of money on the campaign and loses spectacularly.

  21. nutella toast says:

    So….the homeless people are to blame? Saw the glimpse of the “Dreamer” jacket – that’s the most “I am both for and against this” ad I’ve ever seen, and I’m surprised that she doesn’t know that a LOT of Republicans wouldn’t even let her in the door of their homes no matter how famous she is and many of those churches wouldn’t let her lead a Bible study much less a State. Where I live the big Republican issue right now is “Transgender people are child molesters and all our (white) girls are in danger if we don’t have the right signs on bathrooms”. I don’t know what to say about this mess.

  22. Edna says:

    What a clueless privileged self righteous clown. I pray the people of California don’t get hoodwinked by this nonsense. Newsom’s not perfect but Jenner is a total moron.

  23. MaryContrary says:

    Lots of people and companies are leaving California. Taxes are really high here, and continue to go up-and housing prices are out of control. That said, I love a lot of things about living here. One of them is generally it’s a blue state. She’s an idiot, and a narcissist, and while I’m not a huge Newsom fan, this recall pisses me off and of course I want him to continue as our governor.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      More people are moving here than leaving, but I can see why people would think otherwise based on headlines. We’ve had an increase of 2.5 million people in the past 10 years or 6.2%. The thing is that “domestic” migration is negative, but when you factor in people moving to CA from outside the US, the migration rate is positive.

  24. Darla says:

    Can you imagine being so morally corrupt, empty, souless, that you think it’s a great idea to tell people you and your rich friends cannot stand the sight of poor people???

    • emu says:

      Right? It seems like her entire platform is based on not liking poor people, and keeping poor people away from her rich friends. As if they walk anywhere.

    • insertpunhere says:

      Don’t you understand how much homelessness impacts wealthy Americans? They have to SEE it. They’re really the true victims of the affordable housing crisis, not the assholes who helped create it.

  25. lisa says:

    so relatable!

    reminds me of 30 rock when Tracey tried to befriend the janitor by asking him if he knew his friend Moby

  26. SusanRagain says:

    So tired of rich people problems.
    Instead of hoarding wealth and moving to avoid the homeless issue, try donating to homeless charity to assist others.

    Btw, Jenner is doing all this for PR! She loves the attention.

  27. Tiffany :) says:

    WTF does this mean, seriously?
    “ We need programs, but you cannot have social programs without an economy. It doesn’t happen. You just don’t have the finances to do it and that’s what’s been happening here in California.”

    We’ll have a $19 BILLION surplus in July.

  28. Tulipworthy says:

    Someone should tell her and her friend there are homeless people in Arizona also.

  29. detritus says:

    So like, she’s a secret agent for the good side right?

    The homeless hangar comment is just too perfect.

  30. Soupie says:

    Squawking about the dirty homeless eh, Caitlyn and friends? Your Republican darlings have the solution, Caitlyn??!! Sure, girl, sure. You Republicans block everything the Dems try to do, but the Dems are actually just as to blame for deep pockets. And everybody squawks about big government, but they expect the government to do something about it, which is correct actually because the problem is too big for churches, individual donors, volunteer groups, etc.

    Taxes are the price we pay for civilization. We have to take care of each other. That’s how life works. Where are the high taxes going in California? Not to help people.

    I’m from the San Gabriel Valley, but lived in Long Beach until recently. In 2016 there were only a few encampments by the freeway, not just under bridges. Think Atlantic Ave at the 405 Fwy. Now, at that spot there are 10’s of people camped out for miles. You used to not see it in Long Beach from the freeway, they were mainly under bridges. Long Beach has been the dumping ground for the homeless for years now, but the problem is even more visible.

    I went to Hollywood for a medical appt. last summer. Absolutely shocking, disgusting and overwhelming alongside the 101 Fwy in the Hollywood/Silver Lake area. It’s gotten so bad that now there REALLY IS nothing that can be done about it. There are just too many. Where do they go? What to do with them when they somehow get “there?”

    As for San Francisco, Newsom’s hometown (and a-hole Tucker Carlson’s BTW), I lived there for many years when the problem was contained to the Tenderloin, Western Addition and Bayview. Now, it’s everywhere. There is NO EXCUSE for a city with all that money and supposed humanity to let the problem get completely out of control. Just clean it up. Instead, there are “poop map” apps to let people know where the problem is. Absolutely unacceptable. THE MONEY IS THERE.

    Again, WHERE do the high tax revenues go? Not to help people, or keep streets clean. It can be done, but it won’t. It just won’t. Too many decades have gone by without action, and now the problem is completely out of control.

    Where I live now, near Huntsville, Alabama: no huge homeless encampments. Why? The weather. Now that I live here, I appreciate why people have descended on Southern California for decades. (Southern) California has a responsibility to address the problem, but it won’t.

    Don’t get me started on the pipsqueak houses that are selling for $450K and way up, no yard, only 3 beds 2 baths, in a middle to lower middle class area.

    • Soupie says:

      And here’s another thing: You Angelenos remember 2016-2017 when there was a measure in Long Beach that earmarked a whole boatload of money for homeless dwellings using old shipping containers, right? Remember that?? Yeah. The DAY after the measure passed, a group filed to freeze the money “because it wouldn’t have been spent properly.” Huh? Nothing was EVER done with that project. And Where. The. F— is that money now??

      Oh, but some high end coffee place on Long Beach Blvd. at Bixby Rd. that built trendy barista places using old shipping containers charge FIVE DOLLARS+ for a REGULAR cup of coffee (as of 2018, probably higher now), nothing fancy.

      How ’bout they kick back some of their profits to the shipping container dwelling project? Not that that would solve the problem.

      Caitlyn Jenner and her ilk are a joke. A disgrace, actually. Moving away from the problem, that solves everything!! *eyeroll* There are a lot of good people in California but the celebrity culture has ruined it, and its reputation.

  31. Kyla says:

    The more I hear from Caitlyn Jenner, the more empathy I feel for Kris Jenner. Yikes.

  32. Jannie says:

    Didn’t she kill somebody in her Porsche some years ago? There should be a law for apathetic rich people to shut their mouth on things that they don’t really know about. Like she knows anything about the lives of people who are forced out of their homes.

  33. Sybaritic1 says:

    All I can say is that Bruce was an assh*le, so it’s really no surprise that Caitlyn is an assh*le. I mean, she’s just incredibly self-serving in everything she does. (insert shrug emoji)

  34. Lila says:

    These are the same people that think hostile architecture solves the ‘homeless problem.’

  35. Amy Bee says:

    She’s as stupid and out of touch as Donald Trump

  36. Leah says:

    Her rich friends forget that unless they are moving to a deserted island in the middle of the south Atlantic there are homeless people everywhere and on every continent. Maybe instead of treating them as pariahs, they’d shell out some of their surplus cash to help them.

    Caitlin can move far away from my state. One less magat eating the scenery would be great.

    • sassafras says:

      There are absolutely homeless people everywhere. It’s just California has the perfect climate to live outside. In other parts of the country, they’re in cars, abandoned buildings, under bridges, etc. Republicans don’t like dealing with complex problems; homelessness, police violence, immigration, drugs, student debt, etc. None of these are easy “fixes.” None of this can be fixed by punting to churches and corporations. These are layered, difficult, complex problems and some of it can only be addressed by being completely NON-conservative. We’ll have to tear down some institutions to make wholesale changes but Republicans feel their privilege threatened and … oh noes. Let’s move to a gated community in Arizona where I don’t see the human consequences to my preferred tax plan….

  37. pottymouth pup says:

    “I understand that- smartest people out there because now I’m in a race for solutions. I need to find solutions to be able to turn this state around”

    in other words, she doesn’t have any solutions or ideas for solutions she’s just running for the sake of running and, if she wins, maybe some other folks will do some of the work and let her speak about their ideas as her own

  38. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    This is half the country. Government should take care of our economy (large companies) and reduce taxes (for those large companies and the wealthy). Having to move because of the homeless? Of course move, because thinking about anyone other than your rich ass, your family and rich friends is what’s important. You’re too busy patting yourself on the back for your good fortune and looking down at everyone else laughing at the poor choices they made. We all have opportunities to be wealthy and successful. If we’re not, is because we’re incapable and ignorant. And we shouldn’t vote. Anyone not republican-standard successful shouldn’t have voting rights. 🤢

  39. I’m so annoyed by this recall, this mess is going to cost us $400 million tax dollars. But then the people who wanted the recall complain about our taxes. Caitlyn has no real policy ideas and from I can tell she doesn’t know how government works at all. The other day we had another guy (the one who lost to Newsom in the first place) announce his candidacy by parading a bear around. All of this is just a circus act at this point. Yes, California has problems, but honestly Caitlyn doesn’t seem to be interested for real, just relevancy. Oh and she has some merch she would like to sell. Girl bye!

    • sassafras says:

      I love that she’s like “we want real solutions to problems!” And also “We don’t want high taxes!” If the government doesn’t have any money to enact “real solutions to problems” then what…. They have to take the cheapest way to deal with people… Does that mean firing squads? People volunteering to take in folks? Putting all the homeless on an island? I literally cannot come up with workable solutions to the homeless problem that wouldn’t take… um, tax dollars.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      “this mess is going to cost us $400 million tax dollars. But then the people who wanted the recall complain about our taxes. ”


  40. Grace says:

    Well, she WAS married to Kris Jenner….pretty much sums up her judgement for me.

  41. Veronica S. says:

    Caitlyn Jenner is an asshole, but the homeless situation is reaching critical levels of problematic in California’s big cities. That’s something I’ve head from people who live there who aren’t wealthy, especially since the poverty is driving crime in some places. I’m not surprised people with the means are leaving.

    The obvious solution is tax-funded government housing along with targeted programs for addiction and poverty, but a lot of wealthier liberals don’t like to admit that creating a better society means subsidizing it with — you guessed it — taxes!! You can’t just magically fix that stuff without funds, so unless wealthy people want to get real, I don’t want to hear their complaints.

    I will say LOOOOOOL at Jenner saying California needs ~economy~. It has one of the most diversified ones in the US and competes with actual countries for total GPD. (Fifth largest in the world, in fact.) The issue, as always, is wages and lack of social programs.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      ” a lot of wealthier liberals don’t like to admit that creating a better society means subsidizing it with — you guessed it — taxes!!”

      That’s not the take I am hearing at all from wealthy liberals in the area. They are fine with paying taxes to solve the problem…in fact the money is there, it is what to spend it on that is the issue. They created a lot of shelters in recent years, but more than half (!!!) were not filling their beds. The reasons are many: requirements to be in by a certain time, bedbugs, violent conflict between those in the shelter, etc. Some homeless would rather set up a tent than to go to a shelter and be restricted by rules.

  42. Melanie P says:

    Bruce,,needs to take a seat and stfu, not fooling anyone..

  43. el Annoy says:

    So, how does one pack up their hangar, exactly? Is there special luggage for this, or ??? And it’s heartbreaking that the rich have to pack their hangars up themselves before flying off to Sedona. I totally get it.

  44. Hmn says:

    Everyone on my neighbor app complain about the homeless and low income people. They all should move out of state. Bye !!

    Caitlyn sounds like trump!

  45. Sarcasm101 says:

    Is it wrong that just the sight of this persons face annoys the ever living sh*t out of me?