Mark Shull thinks he has the solution to homelessness

And, of course, it isn’t supportive, low-barrier housing, or trauma-sensitive care, or working for a living wage- no, nothing like that.

After his maskless, disastrous and privacy-violating tour of homeless camps, Shull seems to think he is an expert on homelessness. His answer?

At Camp Hunt, rows of temper tents are set up to house military personnel.  The camp is being used to detain Cuban migrants who are attempting to flee  their country - PICRYL

“Military bivouacs.”

And supportive housing? It doesn’t work.

And oh, by the way. Every single houseless person that he met was on drugs and from Portland.

Ah, the surety of armchair experts.