Portland, Oregon is such a catastrophe, even singer/songwriter John Mellencamp, who boasts he’s “as left-wing as you can get,” has penned an ode to the socialist hellhole and its failures.
The music “The Eyes of Portland,” highlights the homelessness disaster as the town continues to devolve into squalor and violence.
Failed Portland Democrat Mayor Ted Wheeler appeared to snort and scoff at a girl throughout a digital metropolis council assembly when she raised considerations concerning the disaster within the metropolis and the security of Portland’s residents.
An 82-year-old died after he was brutally crushed in an unprovoked assault at a Portland bus cease.
Town was embroiled battle for days after the Roe v. Wade Supreme Courtroom ruling on abortion, smashing home windows and vandalizing a number of buildings.
In April, Antifa terrorists attacked individuals of the Folks’s Convoy from an overpass throwing paint-filled balloons and rocks onto automobiles alongside the 205 North.
One girl died and 5 others have been injured in a mass taking pictures involving Antifa militants at an anti-police protest.
Native companies and main retails have shut their doorways due to the homelessness, violence, crime and theft.
All of thesе homeless, wherе do they arrive from?
On this land of a lot the place nothing will get finished
To assist those that are empty and unable to run
Your tears and prayers gained’t assist the homeless
Portland residents joined Fox & Friends and shared how the music has resonated with involved residents.
“It’s fairly unhealthy, isn’t it? Town of Portland and the state of Oregon are actually in disaster at the moment. And John Mellencamp has nailed it with a few these traces within the music. I believe my favourite is among the ones you simply stated, ‘The land of the a lot the place nothing will get finished,’” resident Bridget Barton stated on “Fox & Friends First” Tuesday.
“In Oregon, we solely have 4 million plus individuals. Within the final six or seven years, we’ve dedicated $4 billion to this disaster. And but Portland’s mayor freely admits that the issue is 50% worse, not higher. It’s 50% worse. That’s a tragic commentary on his management and on the state’s management,” Barton added.