This policy of allowing homeless people to shoot up opiates and leave needles everywhere started in San Francisco. Now that all the Democrat cities are neutering the police, I guess this will just start happening everywhere.
For reference, the homosexual identity movement, and the agenda of infinity Mexicans, also came out of California.
If you want to picture the future, imagine an obese Mexican tranny on heroin collapsing on your face – forever.
It’s the Great Black Tar Way.
A cluster of junkies has turned Broadway into a shooting gallery, injecting drugs unhampered in broad daylight and then shuffling around in a zonked-out stupor, seemingly oblivious to the Midtown bustle around them, The Post has learned.
If that wasn’t enough, the addicts are peppering the area with used syringes, turning individual planters on 40th Street and Broadway into mini needle parks.
“They’ve taken over the tables, blatantly using needles and shooting up heroin all day long,” said a local worker who asked that he only be identified as James. “There’s no police action, there’s no reach-out. There’s nobody preventing this, and you know we’ve had multiple calls to 311 but nobody really responds. It’s becoming a real problem.”
“In the morning, they start early in the morning,” said construction worker Edgar Rivera, who’s been working at a nearby site in recent weeks. “It’s almost always the same people you see around. It’s always the same ones all the time. They are, like, here every day.”
“We see them sleeping on the floor,” Rivera said. “Sometimes the ambulances come around here to help them out. It’s always the same guys.”
An employee for a private sanitation company who gave the name Jeff said he’s worked in the area for about six years and the situation has gotten worse.
“Disappointing the way they discard all the syringes. It’s not the safest,” he said. “In the last year, it’s gotten really bad. I’ve been seeing more syringes, discarded syringes, even since they started coming in.”
City and NYPD officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
There are plenty of options to solve this problem. The police shooing them away is not a solution.
With even less effort, the police could just show up, take their drugs, and tell them that they will come by later and take their drugs again, unless they clean up their needles, cap their future needles, and put them in the trash.
That would solve the problem.
What the people of New York are getting instead is no help. That is what people can expect from the police across the country going forward.
As the economic collapse begins to be felt, there are going to be a lot more drug addicts. So the fact that the police are folding this early on is really a sign of things to come.
Get used to stepping over these people and their needles, because they’re going to be everywhere.