The progressive policies of Seattle has left the city a complete cesspool. Disturbing new video shows the unbelievable conditions of downtown Seattle.
Journalist Jonathan Choe has made it his personal mission to report on Seattle’s city in ruins. Calling the series “Project Seattle” Choe and @komonews have “made the commitment to spotlight the homeless crisis in Seattle and the region, holding our leaders and public officials accountable.”
In his most recent video posted this week, he walks through downtown Seattle near where a shooting had just occurred. “There is trash all over and people are openly using drugs.” The streets are filthy, homeless and individuals high on illicit drugs are sprawled out everywhere at varying levels of intoxication.
Drugs are openly being bought, sold and used, and stolen goods and products from business powerless against crime are also set up, being sold like a black market in plain sight.
Because of his reporting on Seattle’s lawlessness, Choe has become a target of Antifa threats. One Antifa account wrote, “I think we should make Jonathan Choe so widely hated that he physically cannot film in the city.”
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Thousands of fentanyl pills were found on a train crossing into Arizona from Mexico and seized by customs officials on the Mexico border in Arizona last week. The Daily Mail found that according to the report, the train was searched by United States Customs and Border Protection officials as it came into Nogales, Arizona Wednesday.
The train was carrying approximately 736,200 fentanyl pills and 196 pounds of methamphetamines in one single rail car. Just one day before, the port seized 150,000 pills hidden under the seats of a vehicle. On Monday, 10,400 fentanyl pills and 6.4 pounds of meth were found in tubes used for construction adhesive.
According to the Daily Mail, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) said it had captured around 50.6 million fake prescription pills laced with fentanyl and 10,000 pounds of fentanyl powder in 2022, labeling it the equivalent of ‘more than 379 million potentially deadly doses.’
According to experts, fentanyl has supplanted prescription opioids and heroin in the illegal drug markets. Officials from the DEA have said that the man-made opioids are 50 times more potent than heroin, with just two milligrams of fentanyl considered a potential “deadly dose.”
The DEA said findings show they have seized more than double the amount they seized last year; enough to kill all 330 million Americans.
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