The Karen meme manifested in the middle of an interview in Seattle when the city’s Executive Director at the Low Income Housing Institute literally asked to talk to a journalist’s manager over the questions he was asking.
KOMO’s Jonathan Choe was talking to LIHI’s Sharon Lee about garbage, bicycles, and other debris being strewn around businesses and residences near tiny home villages set up by the city. Shop owners have been complaining about how their property is getting trashed by people being kept by the city in little “houses” near their businesses, but the city’s response has been minimal.
WED PROJECT SEATTLE REPORT: After multiple neighbor complaints about trash spilling into areas around some tiny home villages in Seattle, we went straight to Executive Director Sharon Lee at the Low Income Housing Institute for answers(LIHI). Watch what happens. 6pm @komonews pic.twitter.com/B1D0TWDN5n
— Jonathan Choe Journalist KOMO News (@choeshow) March 2, 2022
Seattle has become the epitome of woke governance failures in recent years as Democrats turn the once-proud city in a hellhole. Money continues to be thrown at their problems, but things continue to deteriorate for Seattle residents.