Supervisor Nathan Fletcher announces effort to fix mental health after strong support of lockdowns –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — After supporting and pushing shutdown policies over the past two years, Superintendent Nathan Fletcher is now announcing an effort to help those struggling with mental health.

During the pandemic, KUSI has interviewed several doctors who assert that coronavirus lockdowns with the support of Democratic politicians like Nathan Fletcher have led to higher rates of suicide, drug abuse and all kinds of mental health problems.

But while these politicians lobbied for a shutdown, they never realized any of the negative consequences that came with them.

Now, Superintendent Nathan Fletcher has announced an effort to fight mental health in San Diego County. He pledged to “make increasing access to behavioral health services a priority,” but failed to acknowledge that his lockdown policies could be one of the main causes of disease.

KUSI asked our viewers if they think the lockdowns have made our mental health problem better or worse, and their response may surprise you. Check out the responses on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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