For a moment, I want you to think of a major U.S. city with me, and I want you to try out which town I’m talking about.
As you wander the sidewalks in the heart of this city, it seems tents were erected everywhere.
Homelessness is complete and completely uncontrollable in this particular city, and even as city officials continue to make many promises the crisis continues to worsen. As you continue your tour, you notice many drug addicts right in front of you.
Drug needles, human waste and other garbage are scattered all over the place, and you wonder why no one from town is cleaning up the mess. All this filth creates an odor that is even stronger sometimes, and you try not to wear it.
As you travel deep into the city, you are shocked by what you see Two men with guns carjacked a woman a block away. Not wanting to participate, you suddenly change direction. You were shocked when a pair of addicts as if they were pulled straight from the zombie movie will start asking you for money, and you start naturally walking faster without thinking about it.
Unfortunately, you get lost in a corner that you never get off, and you now find yourself completely surrounded by wasted people on the street. You try to take advantage of it, but it’s all too late.
I’ll stop there for our imaginary tour.
Can you imagine what the largest city in the US I’m talking about?
Unfortunately, the reality of the matter is that there are many cities in the United States that almost fit the description I gave you. For example, Los Angeles used to be one of the most beautiful cities on the entire planet, but now it is described as a “Squalid cesspool”– READ MORE
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