Video Of Homeless Man Being Forced From Seat
By Christoper McRobotface
ABERDEEN, ID—In a move meant to stem the spread of the plague, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Monday that it had disposed of all cases of homeless man being forced from a seat. “While we’ve only dealt with a handful of instances where a man who has no means of support has been forcibly ejected from a seat, we are confident that our next steps can significantly reduce the spread of this deadly disease,” said HUD secretary Ben Carson, who noted that the department had already dispatched hundreds of tons of cases of homeless man being forcibly removed from chairs and other similar objects, which should be dispatched at a lower rate than in the past. “We’ve already warned thousands of homeless men to get out of the way, but it’s too late. We’ll be meeting with homeless men and women in the coming months to give them the space they need to grow, build a life, and reintegrate into society.” Carson also added that the CDC would be supplying the homeless men and women with a communal toilet and a drinkable water source.