In all fairness, it’s hard to expect gutter rats to keep very neat and tidy. But even still, this is…bad.
It turns out far-left progressive activists are attempting to set up yet another “autonomous zone” in Seattle.
Outside. In the Pacific Northwest. In December. Look, no one’s accusing them of being smart.
And if it weren’t stupid enough that the unwashed masses have yet again decided, in the bleak mid-winter, to cluster together in hodgepodge shantytowns made out of debris and tarps and rotten carcasses they found washed up on the beach or whatever, they’ve apparently decided this month’s Hooverville theme will simply be “Pile o’ Garbage.”
Multiple videos taken and posted to social media by Jonathan Choe, of KOMO News, shows just how dumpy these activists’ latest slum really is. And even after seeing the mess they made over the summer, it’s…well, it’s really something.
TRASHED: Here’s another entrance at Cal Anderson Park. Saw people dropping off wooden pallets in pick up trucks. Clearly building make shift wall to keep city crews out during Wednesday’s planned sweep. #seattle #CapitolHill #CalAndersonPark pic.twitter.com/qmfd2bNJyt— Jonathan Choe Journalist KOMO News (@choeshow) December 15, 2020
STROLL THROUGH THE PARK: Cal Anderson used to be one of the Crown Jewels of Seattle. This is what it looks like now. On the eve of an anticipated sweep, neighbors and business owners remain cautiously optimistic, because they have seen this play out before with the same results. pic.twitter.com/voRFPLolgz— Jonathan Choe Journalist KOMO News (@choeshow) December 15, 2020
Choe also reports activists have barricaded the gates to Cal Anderson Park, formerly one of the most picturesque sceneries in the city, with bits of debris and packing materials and set up their makeshift town inside, where inhabitants look like they’re settling in for the long haul.
These are the same far-left progressives, mind you, that criticize conservatives of ignoring global warming, prioritizing money over the environment, and generally wrecking the planet for future generations.