There is simply no other way to say it, America is descending into chaos.
Trump’s robust economy has been ruined, and the streets of this nation are littered with needles and lawlessness.
Fortunately, business owners in this notoriously far-left city are finally taking matters into their own hands.
Under President Trump’s leadership, America saw a revival the likes of which have not been seen in recent memory.
But the second Joe Biden took the oath of office, everything began to go downhill.
Less than two years later, the economy is in complete tatters, crime has reached a fever pitch and there is very little optimism among the American public.
These plagues are especially evident in America’s urban centers which have been destroyed by decades of socialist policies.
One city that has seen particularly bad damage is the city of Seattle, Washington.
It is virtually impossible to walk down the streets of Seattle, even in so-called “nice areas”, without stepping over heroin needles and being attacked by bums.
Things have gotten so bad in Seattle, that massive homeless camps and RV camps have spread through the city like wildfire with little to no pushback from the city government.
But after years of lawlessness, the people of Seattle and business owners are starting to fight back.
After dealing with increased crime in the areas of these homeless camps, business owners are fed up with Seattle’s complacency.
As a result, business owners have been putting up what they call eco-blocks, or glorified concrete barricades that effectively block out wide open spaces where homeless camps would pop up.
Although these “eco-blocks” are illegal in the city of Seattle, the Seattle city government has not yet issued any cease and desist orders to remove the blocks.
This may not seem like much, but as far as Seattle goes, this is a major step in the right direction.
Any resident of Seattle will tell you that these homeless camps are hotbeds for hard drug use, violent crime, and sexual violence.
Something had to give in this city, which has seen massive spikes in crime in recent years.
Murders alone spiked by 61% in 2020 compared to 2019, which marks the highest number of homicides in the city since 1996.
And as of April of 2022, violent crime was up 32% compared to 2021.
These figures are startling and prove that the city of Seattle is not capable of getting a grip on crime.
Eco blocks are a good temporary solution, but at the end of the day, these violent bums will just move to another part of the city.
In order to get a grip on crime, the people of Seattle need to hold their socialist city planners and government officials accountable for destroying their city.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.