Seattle’s Great Big Plan To The Homeless Drug Crisis Is the Most Baffling….


In a baffling move, a Democratic mayor’s proposed solution to the city’s drug crisis involves offering gift cards to homeless addicts as an incentive to seek treatment.

It’s a real darn shame what’s happening in cities across the good ol’ US of A, with homelessness and drug addiction reaching new heights. And it’s no surprise that it’s even worse in those Democrat-run areas in the northwest, where they’ve let these problems run wild.

Take a look at Seattle, for example. The Democratic mayor there has this wacky idea of handing out “gift cards” to homeless drug addicts so they can get treatment. Seriously? That’s what they call a solution in those left-wing circles?

According to The Post Millennial, Seattle’s Democratic Mayor Bruce Harrell is all set to roll out this hair-brained plan to tackle the city’s drug crisis. With overdose deaths piling up, he thinks a few gift cards are gonna make addicts see the light and turn their lives around. Good grief!

Now don’t get me wrong, it’s a terrible situation for the folks in Seattle. People are dying left and right from drug overdoses, and businesses are fleeing downtown ’cause they can’t deal with the chaos anymore. But handing out gift cards? Come on, that’s just plain bonkers.

We know there’s gotta be a better way to handle this mess. Instead of throwing gift cards at the problem, we should be focusing on real solutions, like tackling the root causes of homelessness and addiction. And let’s not forget about giving our hardworking law enforcement officers the support they need to keep our streets safe and clean.

So, there you have it. This whole gift card debacle is just another example of how those Democrats and their far-out ideas ain’t cuttin’ it. It’s high time we got some common-sense, conservative thinking back in the mix and really started addressing these problems the right way.

Sources: TheGatewayPundit, The Post Millennial

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