Seattle’s stolen goods sales in a prime Seattle location

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COVID mandates closed nearly 150 Seattle businesses permanently. But as the Seattle economy finally reopens, residents and tourists have a new retail outlet to buy clothing and alcohol, radio host Jason Rantz told Mark Steyn, filling in for Tucker on his Fox show.

It’s a few blocks away from Pike Place Market, occupying prime real estate near Sub Pop Records and trendy restaurants Serious Pie and Shaker + Spear.

But there’s a problem. It’s an illegal bazaar appealing mostly to homeless people. It sells what appears to be stolen goods. And the city hasn’t done anything about it yet.

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