They’re taking food deliveries and eating them, sleeping in stairwells and arguing with cleaning crews. Residents who live in a Bronx NYCHA apartment building say homeless people have taken over since the pandemic started. Some residents at St. Mary’s Park Houses say they’re now installing their own motion detection cameras outside their doors to know what they’re getting into before stepping into the hallway. In one case over the past few weeks, they captured a man taking someone else’s food delivery, eating it in the hallway and then lighting up a cigarette. In another, they captured video of what appears to be two homeless people arguing with a cleaning woman. They were angry she woke them up as they were sleeping in the stairwell. ABC7NY New York News video.
Last week, Judicial Watch attorneys Robert Popper and Russell Nobile testified to Congress on the integrity of our elections, voter fraud, and related Supreme Court cases. Judicial Watch official video
If you’re looking for the world’s third richest person, you won’t find him living among the billionaires. After selling off most of his real estate assets and moving to Texas in the past year, Tesla cofounder and CEO Elon Musk revealed in early June that he now only owns one house (in the Bay Area)—and that his primary residence is a tiny box house that he says he rents from his rocket company, SpaceX.
“Only house I own is the events house in the Bay Area. If I sold it, the house would see less use, unless bought by a big family, which might happen someday,” Musk said on Twitter last month. A few days later, he confirmed he had put it up for sale: “Decided to sell my last remaining house. Just needs to go to a large family who will live there. It’s a special place.”