KOMMONSENTSJANE – Seattle Clown Councilmember believes “inclusive” Ping-Pong tables will help deter crime. Fellowship of the Minds.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

From the looks of things in Seattle – their agenda is to make the homeless population “feel at home.” The homeless are fulfilling the agenda of the left. How could the mayor feel proud unless she is missing a “spark” plug which seems to be the case.

Now, they can “write a book” about their experiences as street people which seems to be a new occupation in the Democrats socialist/muslim world – they have added the lowest rung on that ladder of success. You can’t have a socialist/muslim party unless you have that grain of salt to rub people the wrong way.

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king county courthouse homeless seattle times photo The homeless situation just by the courthouse/Seattle Times photo

You cannot make this stuff up.

About this council member, Sally Bagshaw:

  • Served on the council since 2009
  • Prior to that, she served eight years as Chief Civil Deputy Prosecutor of the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
  • Began her legal career as an Assistant Attorney General after graduating from Stanford University and the University of Idaho Law School
  • Has also served as business and finance lawyer for both Washington State University and University of Washington

From MyNorthwest.com (by Jason Rantz): The area surrounding the King County Courthouse in downtown Seattle is dangerous. Crime is rampant. Homelessness is out of control.

It’s not safe to visit as a juror. It’s not safe to work in the buildings nearby. You can’t even walk around the neighborhood without olfactory offenses, human waste everywhere.

The solution? Ping-Pong!

Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw says…

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