Seattle has a major poop problem, and it’s all being dumped, untreated, into the Puget Sound

Monday, August 19, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Monday, August 19, 2019

A recent string of power outages reportedly sent at least 4.5 million gallons of raw sewage from wastewater treatment plants throughout Seattle directly into the crisp waters of Puget Sound, once again illustrating that this leftist-run metropolis has a very serious poop problem on its hands.

Whenever the power goes out in Seattle, it seems that all hell breaks loose at its sewage facilities, which end up polluting the otherwise pristine beaches and waterways of coastal Washington without prejudice. Even as city leaders maintain strict focus on plastic straws and disposable bags as being the biggest issues that Seattle faces, it’s all of this raw sewage that’s the real problem – and the one that’s not being addressed or fixed.

Hilariously, Washington Governor and notorious leftist Jay Inslee has instituted a “Clean Up Puget Sound” tax as a “solution” – because stealing even more money from the people always leads to positive changes, according to liberals. But this tax, as you might imagine, has done absolutely nothing to fix the problem.

According to reports, King County’s two largest sewage plants, West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant and Renton Wastewater Treatment Plant, simply can’t contain all that toilet mush whenever the lights go out. And since that toilet mush has to go somewhere, it quickly makes its way to the lowest point in the area: the water.

“Beach closures have become a common occurrence in the Seattle area, as population density grows,” the group “Shift Washington” explains in a blog post.

“The Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP) does a wonderful job monitoring our water conditions and posts a ton of data and reports on their website. Naturally, the first question people might have is why so much poop in the water?”

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