So I watched a video on youtube that popped up in my recommended list. It was a Colion Noir video, someone I used to watch because he did a lot of fun
gun review stuff.
Turns out, as things often do, he's been doing more and more than just gun reviews(he still does those obviously).
So this video I just watched is about seattle's drug problem, it's borderline journalism and I actually think hes pretty good at it. I guess it's
time to revisit his channel and see what he's been up to.
Good video, I learned something and was entertained. I learned that while I knew seattle was a # hole, I was actually way off base, it's so much
worse than I thought.
I certainly hope the Democrats don't follow Seattle's lead for America should they ever get in power. Its what I've seen in other parts of the country
- homelessness/drug abuse victims are given free reign to basically take over.
I ask the lefties here - is this what you want for America? Is this the progressive / socialist agenda? We on the right don't see what really goes on
in the political meetings the left have unless we are vetted and invited. Does the left want our children to all become drug addicts and die? Do they
want our children or even us to become Seattle so that they may take the country? Is Seattle a test area or "proving ground" for liberal ideas?
Listening to some of the rhetoric here on ATS it certainly seems like it.
I asked a US senator I knew well a long time ago, "Why can't the US Navy or the Air Force shoot down drug planes or blow known drug vessels out of the
water knowing they are carrying illegal drugs?" His answer was that colleagues in congress and the senate would stand to lose millions of dollars.
They won't let it happen.
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