Seattle government hard at work during the Wuhan virus

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan

You really believe that these bureaucrats are going to protect you? They can’t even solve a decade-long problem of homelessness nor properly set up a web site.

From Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s Twitter timeline of accomplishments in her city:

“Since mid-April, the Navigation Team has referred 29 unsheltered individuals from the Ballard Commons area to recently opened tiny home villages and enhanced shelter beds at Lake Union Village, T.C. Spirit Village, and Lakefront Community House.”

As of 2018 there were over 12,000 homeless people in Seattle. The city has a population of just over 600,000. The city managed to refer 29 “unsheltered” people to tine home villages. You do the math.

The good mayor also sent out this tweet to apparently help somehow help small businesses impacted by the mandated shutdown:

“Nearly 5,000 businesses responded to round one of the COVID-19 Business Impact Survey. Round two is now open! Respond by May 21: https://bit.ly/3deWLii #SupportSeattleSmallBiz @SeattleChamber”

One problem when you click on the Seattle OED link: 404 – File or directory not found. The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.”

But it’s all good because of course, a hashtag: #WeGotThisSeattle!

No parks for you!

But room for you!/Q13 Fox photo

Homeless allowed to “social distance” during Wuhan virus in Seattle/photo by Rob Harwood

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chemtrailssuck
1 month ago

Some rube with a “Bernie for President” bumpersticker backed out of a parking space right in front of me without looking around at all, typical behavior of morons who think the government will magically solve our problems (that they created!).

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 month ago

What’s with Durkan’s bead necklaces?

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  DCG

First, they co-opted the rainbow — a sign from God after the end of the Great Flood (Noah). Now, they’ve co-opted Mardi Gras as well.

Jackie Puppet
1 month ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Wouldn’t surprised me if they flashed certain body parts as well, like they do at Mardi Gras.

CalGirl
CalGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

I don’t know—& often wonder, too. My SO CA school’s student gov’t orders these beads to hand out for everything. It has become a “generalized” way to celebrate anything. I thought the idea came fr modern Mardi Gras celebrations …so, I’m just figuring, like the practice of shooting off illegal fireworks here in So CA for Christmas Eve, or Easter, or Halloween night, or whatever, some essentially ethnic peoples “glom” on to any & every practice once inside US borders, with or without historic attachment to their cultures, and adopt it b/c it is “glitzy” & fun. This would be… Read more »

TrailDust
Admin
1 month ago

What a sad state of affairs in Seattle!