Hundreds of Migrants Storm Seattle Park, Set Up Camps

In the United States, over the last several years the nation has been engulfed in many significant fiscal, social, cultural and political problems that have greatly exacerbated over the last recent period of time. Since the 2020 presidential election, the COVID-19 pandemic, the widespread civil unrest the followed the pandemic in the summer of that year in response to the death of George Floyd and the election of Joe Biden to the American presidency the nation has never truly recovered from the tumultuous year. Rampant inflation, brought about at least in part by Biden’s reckless government spending, has crushed the American middle class. The cost of basic household necessities like food, other groceries, energy bills and other necessities has soared. It is currently estimated that some 6 out of every 10 Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, and to make matters worse, the value of the dollar has declined, and wages have stagnated.

Younger Americans are especially feeling the effects of this deteriorating economic climate. Many young adults are mired in serious college debts with student loans, and the cost of housing has skyrocketed to such an extent that it is estimated that for those making around the median national income of $70,000 annually it is nearly impossible to afford a home. Truly, the future appears bleak for the United States in many regards. Most Americans are likely not too optimistic. A recent report states that nearly half of people polled in a recent survey claimed that the American Dream is Dead, with most saying it once held true and no longer does.

It is estimated the 8 million illegal migrants have entered the nation over the last three years. America’s major cities have been flooded with foreigners, and in many cases taxpayer money has been allocated to support them with food and housing. In Seattle, African and Venezuelan migrants created a tent-city in a park. The country’s in shambles.