"However. All that time. They'll say mental health parody is there, but they're not putting any money there. So I would like to know what you're doing what you can do to change that. Because the last pieces the folks that are getting hurt the most are people of color in poor people. So I use the word. Shame a lot because I think that we have to confront the shame in a nation. And there's lots of shame. Shame that we sing thong national anthem the home of the brave and then it's a shame. That went our brave men and women come home. There's a high homeless this rate. That's a shame. And that's why I talk a lot about ending veterans homelessness, but this stigma and the shame that we put on people who are struggling with eight health issue. That happens to be a mental health issue is no different than people were struggling with physical health issues, and we need to have a healthcare system. That's fully recognizes that instead of stigmatizing incarcerating isolating people have mental illness. We need to start dealing with a front is because there's not a family in here. There's not dealing with mental health issues somewhere in their families. And and and that's why I respect the courage of a lot of public figures who are coming out and talking about their mental health challenges. And so my commitment to you"