Seattle’s transit system has been officially declared ‘unusable’ by city officials.
Apparently, it is now so overrun with criminals and the homeless, that it has become a volatile and dangerous place for passengers. There are also so many people using drugs on the trains that the air contains toxic levels of ‘fentanyl and meth smoke.’
Liberal and progressive city Seattle is literally becoming toxic. Rampant with crime and drugs, it has become impossible for the average citizen to ignore. The Seattle Times reported Monday that local authorities have stated its transit system has become “unusable.”
The Times reported the transit system has become overloaded with reports of toxic fentanyl, meth smoke and volatile behavior. It has created a toxic work environment for employees and has scared off travelers.
Meanwhile, city officials have vowed to crack down on the problem by conducting a ‘survey.’
READ: Seattle’s Transit System ‘Unusable’ due to Toxic Fentanyl, Meth Smoke
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You can add every transit system on the west coast to that list.