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VIDEO: Downtown Seattle complete cesspool with open drug use, homelessness

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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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  1. rick beatty

    March 3, 2022 at 3:45 am

    you LIKE living in a TOILET ???
    just keep voting for DIMM-o-CRAP SH1Theads to run your city.
    Stupid shits DESERVE to live in a TOILET…

  2. Michael Souther

    March 3, 2022 at 10:11 am

    Once beautiful Seattle turned into the pile of human degradation. Actually the entire state of Washington is in ruin. Went to Spokane last week and not as bad as Seattle but headed that direction. Homeless everywhere passed out, crimes rampant. Criminals overflowing into Idaho. And the useless citizens do-nothing to stop it.

  3. Gennaro

    March 3, 2022 at 11:00 am

    There was a time that Seattle was a favorite destination for visitors from around the world and of course aT home.
    As the saying goes: comfort kills. The weak Libersl politicians having been in control of the city, got very comfortable in their continued re-election that they could not be bothered with responsibilities that require vigilance and dedication…., hence; Seattle is DYING.

  4. Bluto

    March 3, 2022 at 11:02 am

    Thanks to the wonderful, filthy democrats. Had enough yet?

  5. George

    March 3, 2022 at 11:15 am

    rootless creeps in “government” have turned an American city into one of the circles of hell

  6. George

    March 3, 2022 at 11:15 am

    rootless creeps in “government” have turned an American city into one of the circles of hell

  7. cowboy joe

    March 3, 2022 at 5:48 pm

    why haven’t they all succumbed to the ravages of COVID CCP?

    surely they are at risk in many ways + unhealthy.

  8. Disgusted

    March 3, 2022 at 6:37 pm

    That is so disturbing I cannot even wrap my head around it. And my husband is supposed to go Jury Duty in this area. That is really a CESS POOL.

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NGO warns migrants coming to border are already addicted to fentanyl

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An organization that helps those with drug addiction on the Mexico-U.S. border warned that fentanyl consumption has reached migrants arriving in Ciudad Juárez, where some already arrive with drug problems from their countries, according to Mexican government statistics and a report published by the EFE Spanish news agency.

ADN America reports that Julián Rojas Padilla, coordinator of Harm Reduction in the Compañeros Program (HRCP), a civil association that supports consumers who want to quit substances, told Spanish language media outlets that fentanyl mixed with other drugs in Juárez has become a popular new and dangerous choice of narcotics reaching the migrant population.

The anti-drug activist also said that among those arriving in Ciudad Juárez, they have detected some who ingest drugs and others who take them throughout their harsh migration journey to endure it.

“Without job opportunities, support networks, the vulnerable conditions in which they find themselves, all of this leaves them exposed to experimenting with other types of substances or to return to the substances that they already consumed from their place of origin or that they consumed there. for some time,” Rojas said, according to the agency.

The alert comes as pressure grows from the United States to control fentanyl trafficking from Mexico, which claims that the drug and its chemical precursors arrive from Asia to the country, where Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador denies that there is a consumption problem.

A few weeks ago, the National Commission on Mental Health and Addictions (CONASAMA) reported the care of 430 patients for ingesting fentanyl in 2023, an increase of 29% compared to 333 the previous year.

“They are concentrated in states in the north of the country such as Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Sonora. This shows that the increase is at a local level, not national. However, the main concern revolves around its high lethality,” the entity warned in a report.

Rojas Padilla also explained that fentanyl is a synthetic opioid 150 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more intense than morphine, which makes it deadly. He explained that it has an effect of sedation, lethargy and turning people like “zombies,” who remain immobile and lose track of time.

He also warned that this substance has no color or smell, so anyone who consumes any other drug adulterated with fentanyl can easily overdose. The expert warned that such a situation puts the migrant population even more at risk, because when they obtain a substance they do not have the possibility of knowing if it is adulterated with the powerful substance.

“People don’t realize until they consume it and have an overdose event,” he said. “That is the way to detect the presence of fentanyl,” he said

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