Democrat Candidate Tells Drug Addicts to Break Into Empty Houses and Live There

by Chris Black

Modern problems require modern solutions. Rebecca Parson has a brilliant idea that, if put in practice, will 100% take care of America’s drug problem. 

I mean, with Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and global warming, it makes perfect sense for drug addicts to break into people’s houses.

We need more women in Congress, that’s for sure. 


New York Post:

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Washington Democratic congressional candidate Rebecca Parson has a bold idea to get Congress to pass housing legislation: have a million people break into empty houses.


Parson, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, is running to represent Washington’s 6th Congressional District. In a video ad, she outlined what she and her followers can do if she wins.


“Imagine I proposed a Housing for All Bill in Congress, Then imagine you, me, and a million of our friends took action and occupied empty houses nationwide. They couldn’t ignore us,” Parson says in the ad.


“No one has ever done anything like this,” Parson continues. “That’s why it’s going to work.”


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