2019 Darwin Award Winner: Power Washing Sidewalks is Racist in Seattle

Seattle, Washington, like many other liberal cities have a growing homeless problem and their streets have become toilets, with human feces everywhere.

The city council is trying to figure out the best way to clear it from their streets.

The problem is that Democrats cannot come up with a solution that pleases everyone. In Seattle, liberalism has run wild and it affects the brain cells of local politicians.

The most logical way to clean the streets is using power washers and pushing the water down storm and sewer drains.

Councilmember Larry Gossett finds that unacceptable because it reminds him of the rubber hoses used to beat civil rights activists.

In other words, rubber hoses are racist…

From The Gateway Pundit

Seattle has a human feces problem on their streets and sidewalks. But the city council cannot agree on how to remove the crap.

Councilmember Larry Gossett says power-washing the sidewalks bring up images of using hoses against civil rights activists.

The Seattle News reported:

Some committee members expressed concern about addressing the symptoms of the area’s problems without getting to the cause. Councilmember Larry Gossett said he didn’t like the idea of power-washing the sidewalks because it brought back images of the use of hoses against civil-rights activists.

Another council member, Claudia Balducci, suggested that the county consider using social-service employees in partnership with police.

So is Larry comparing crap on the sidewalk to civil rights protesters?


Perhaps they can just use a method employed by the National Democratic Party and just pretend their sh*t doesn’t stink.

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