Homeless now flooding streets of … a small town in Wyoming?

September 7, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Wyoming has cowboys. And most of Yellowstone National Park. As well as the more spectacular but less known Grand Teton National Park and the perpendicular walls of Devils Tower. It has rolling grass prairies and buffalo.

It has vast expanses of rangeland without even utility poles, pronghorn antelope, ferocious winter blizzards, and in Congress, until months ago when she was blown out of her seat in the GOP primary, the virulently anti-Trump Liz Cheney.

And homeless, who are more commonly thought to be found on the streets of Los Angeles, or New York.

But Wyoming has so many that it's a huge problem already.

report posted online at ZeroHedge confirmed that Casper, Wyoming, with 60,000 residents little more than a town in many states but one of the largest metros in rural Wyoming, "has been overwhelmed with a growing number of homeless people, who have damaged a local hotel that would require millions of dollars to fix and left hundreds of pounds of human feces in the downtown area."

The report said the issues have been raised by Mayor Bruce Knell during an interview with Cowboy State Daily.

The city's homeless now are topping 200.

"It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen. It’s third-world country stuff happening in Casper, Wyoming," the mayor said, "They destroyed everything. It's horrible."

The mayor said a vacant Econo Lodge motel, closed because of flooding, was taken over by the homeless who left behind major damage.

The report said the motel's rooms showed evidence of trash, towels, and bed sheets littering throughout.

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