California paradise: Homeless woman sticks SYRINGE into man at Taco Bell drive-thru!

If you prefer free dirty syringe stabbings with your tacos, then all you have to do is go to a Taco Bell in California and a homeless woman is happy to accommodate your fetish!

To be honest I prefer my carne asada tacos without syringes, but that’s just me.



Watch below:

Here’s what happened, from KFI News:

During a trip to get fast food in the Midway District, while he was in his car ordering food at Taco Bell, Bedoe saw a homeless woman close by.

“She was rambling, throwing up her hands, talking to herself,” said Bedoe.

He then recalls see the homeless woman hit the hood and window of a bus in a parking lot, before she headed towards him.

“She kind of hit my mirror and started rambling … I said ‘Do you need something?’ Don’t know if that’s when something triggered,” said Bedoe.

Without really thinking about the danger of this, Bedoe kept his driver side window while his arm rested there.

“All of a sudden she pulled up her left hand, which had a bag and a syringe with a needle sticking out. She pushed my hand into the car, and when she pushed my hand, the syringe entered my hand,” said Bedoe.

Pretty effing horrible if you ask me. And here’s what he’s looking at healthwise:

Because of the encounter, Bedoe must undergo months of blood tests to rule diseases.

To make matters even worse, Bedoe was in the process of switching medical insurances and was not covered at the time of his attack. So now he is stuck with a $3,400 dollar medical bill.

This is just sad, but also this is the new reality of what California is.

MONTHS!!! That is horrible. And trust me, California used to be a paradise with plenty of opportunity and promise. This is what decades of liberal governance does to paradise….

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113 thoughts on “California paradise: Homeless woman sticks SYRINGE into man at Taco Bell drive-thru!

  1. That sounds like one of the many sorts of hellish actions that caused us to leave my state of birth and come to Texas. Who needs to live in a war zone at my age?! And yet, I heard over the weekend that CA is the second most conservative populated state in the nation behind TX, which is #1. WHY THEN are we unable to protect our states from these demons?! At least one reason I can think of is that CA has successfully tossed God out of every public place other than church, and many churches are nearly empty because people want to hear more about Bible prophecy and scripture, rather than listen to the ramblings of a socially compliant priest or minister…time for all believers in all states to rear-up and fight back against satan’s advancement into our culture if We The People are to survive the failure that commie socialist progressivism.

  2. So she got away? They don’t have the syringe to test it?

    I believe there are medications or vaccinations to help prevent infection with some of these diseases. I hope he got those, and I hope they track down that woman and her syringe. This was awful.

    1. I would bet the local police know this woman; they know most homeless, especially the schizophrenic ones. Maybe even the employees of that Taco Bell know her. People like her are usually a fixture in such areas.

  3. There was a time when I would’ve loved to visit California. Such a beautiful place with so many varying landscapes and things that are unique to that part of the country. It’s too bad the politicians are ruining it and aren’t even doing anything about the problems they’ve created except maybe making it worse.

    1. My husband and I vacationed in Northern California 20 years ago. We drove down Highway 1 to Hearst Castle, he played Pebble Beach, we stayed at some lovely hotels and bed and breakfasts. Even San Francisco was fun. I am glad we took that trip then. No way would I even consider that now.

    2. There was a time back in the late 60s – mid 70s where I would have given pretty much anything to move to California. Now? I won’t even visit.

      1. CA was a wonderful place to be born and grow up in the 60’s and 70’s…and years before that. Now, we are living out the rest of our life in TX. We love it here.

        1. I had planned on moving to Texas when I retired. Then I got remarried and my wife doesn’t like that idea. Still talking, though… lol.

    3. When I lived there, a group of us (teens) sometimes went skiing in the mountains in the morning, then drove to the beach for sunning and a cookout in the afternoon and evening. Few places like that in America.

  4. That should be considered attempted murder. Why not just pull out a gun and fire at him? What this poor man will endure for the next few years, all the worry that will weigh on him as he goes thru testing, just unbelievable. HIV can take longer than a year to show on blood testing. And even tho we now have a cure for Hep C, it’s not cheap. This is just an awful story.

  5. So is the homeless woman being charged? This man should be able to sue the state due to their negligence of public safety. He should be out there calling for major attention to this. Every person in Commiefirnia could be a victim of this. He should be calling for Jerry brown’s and gavin Newsom’s head.

  6. That is one of the reasons that a Police Officer has to be so careful with their searches prior to the arrest.Nice fella with a nice family,like to see a go fund me for Mr. Bedoe.

  7. This is why I keep the windows up at all times when I drive here in San Diego, or anywhere for that matter. The homeless problem is getting VERY bad here…like almost doubling the number of homeless in the past 2-3 years kinda bad

    1. Hmmm, coincides with making marijuana legal maybe? It is sad. San Diego used to be one of my favorite cities to visit, then spending some weekends on Coronado. I thank God I am the age I am, born and grew up in California in the 60’s and 70’s, then left. I could see the problems in the early 1980’s…too many people, too much concrete, too much entitlement and lots of anger in everyone (you didn’t used to see it unless you were a visitor from another state but now I guess everyone feels it). Husband’s job transfer took us back in the early 2000’s, then, when he finally retired, we fled that hell-hole in a heartbeat. Texas, at least most of it, is like CA in the 50’s and 60’s. It’s home.

  8. I literally just finished a conversation with my wife and 8 year old daughter discussing that it was probably best that we leave California when I am able to retire.

    I’m still only 40, but every single day I think of leaving this state. Most of my friends and coworkers do too. Lots of good people here, but it’s true, the politics and homeless problem is a absolute travesty.

    I live in a small town in the middle of the state and homeless people are everywhere like zombies. This state will never turnaround either. I’m leaving as soon as I’m able, hopefully in about 10 years. The crime, cost of living, taxes etc. Never ends here….

  9. 20 years of social justice K-12 and total control by the teachers unions is what created this mess in California – from open borders to an entire generation of bleeding hearts.

    It all went downhill after the year 2000 when the public employee unions took over the state legislature – thanks for term limits. They leapt into the political vacuum created by term limits creating no-nothing legislatures.

  10. “She was rambling, throwing up her hands, talking to herself,” said Bedoe.

    Remember the Seattle is Dying video?

    Just another thing they’ve imported from California. It always, always, starts with California.

  11. And with CA passing an extra $100 million worth of free medical to low income illegals this will only get worse for people living there.

    1. @plotevil IKR? Free medical for illegals while we struggle under increasingly expensive premiums. Maybe I should change my name to Manuel Labor.

      1. I do wonder how many of the CA citizens are for this compared to the elected officials pushing this. Does 70% of the state want this? 60%? Either way they’re voting for these people and they’re already paying a high tax. This will only increase that tax.

  12. I’ve seen the dirty, rambling, shoe-less crazy homeless types that wander around screaming to themselves and sleep on the streets. Would I ever in a million years in this ever increasingly dangerous world approach one of them or ask one of them if they approach me if they need anything? Nope. I’ll keep my car windows rolled up thanks. Its not about being heartless, it’s about being smart and safe.

  13. Why doesn’t he wait for the insurance? It takes quite a while for HIV to show up, same with HVC. I guess that you can’t blame him even though these diseases aren’t death sentences anymore.

    As a recovered addict, I don’t give out money on the street and am very leery of the people out there. You can’t be too careful, especially in the big cities that foster bad behavior.

  14. Already knowing what I was going to have to go through, I would have got out of the car and beat her to the point that she would have to end up in the hospital. She could have thanked me for the ‘clean up’ later. If I’m going to go through all those medical checks, she is too.

  15. It’s going to get to the point where all companies will have to pay for security protection to do business. Every day there is something new about how far down California is falling. It’s like watching the Titanic sink. My main question these days is, “What the heck is happening to people??” It gets more bizarre every day. People doing crazy stuff. It’s such a shame that children growing up today will consider it normal behavior. We are close to living a dystopian nightmare, if we aren’t already.

  16. Yes, this is California where we are going to charge people without health insurance to pay for the illegals.

  17. “She was rambling, throwing up her hands, talking to herself,” said Bedoe.

    Remember the Seattle is Dying video?

    Just another thing they’ve imported from California. It always, always, starts with California.

  18. It’s going to get to the point where all companies will have to pay for security protection to do business. Every day there is something new about how far down California is falling. It’s like watching the Titanic sink. My main question these days is, “What the heck is happening to people??” It gets more bizarre every day. People doing crazy stuff. It’s such a shame that children growing up today will consider it normal behavior. We are close to living a dystopian nightmare, if we aren’t already.

  19. My prayers go out to this guy, what a medical mess he has to endure for years to come.

  20. Why doesn’t he wait for the insurance? It takes quite a while for HIV to show up, same with HVC. I guess that you can’t blame him even though these diseases aren’t death sentences anymore.

    As a recovered addict, I don’t give out money on the street and am very leery of the people out there. You can’t be too careful, especially in the big cities that foster bad behavior.

  21. And with CA passing an extra $100 million worth of free medical to low income illegals this will only get worse for people living there.

    1. @plotevil IKR? Free medical for illegals while we struggle under increasingly expensive premiums. Maybe I should change my name to Manuel Labor.

      1. I do wonder how many of the CA citizens are for this compared to the elected officials pushing this. Does 70% of the state want this? 60%? Either way they’re voting for these people and they’re already paying a high tax. This will only increase that tax.

  22. I’ve seen the dirty, rambling, shoe-less crazy homeless types that wander around screaming to themselves and sleep on the streets. Would I ever in a million years in this ever increasingly dangerous world approach one of them or ask one of them if they approach me if they need anything? Nope. I’ll keep my car windows rolled up thanks. Its not about being heartless, it’s about being smart and safe.

  23. That sounds like one of the many sorts of hellish actions that caused us to leave my state of birth and come to Texas. Who needs to live in a war zone at my age?! And yet, I heard over the weekend that CA is the second most conservative populated state in the nation behind TX, which is #1. WHY THEN are we unable to protect our states from these demons?! At least one reason I can think of is that CA has successfully tossed God out of every public place other than church, and many churches are nearly empty because people want to hear more about Bible prophecy and scripture, rather than listen to the ramblings of a socially compliant priest or minister…time for all believers in all states to rear-up and fight back against satan’s advancement into our culture if We The People are to survive the failure that commie socialist progressivism.

  24. I’d’ve never kept my window open, and my SIG P226 would’ve been ready for a head shot. I don’t know what’s worse; that, or the garbage tier editing. It was borderline unreadable.

  25. So she got away? They don’t have the syringe to test it?

    I believe there are medications or vaccinations to help prevent infection with some of these diseases. I hope he got those, and I hope they track down that woman and her syringe. This was awful.

    1. I would bet the local police know this woman; they know most homeless, especially the schizophrenic ones. Maybe even the employees of that Taco Bell know her. People like her are usually a fixture in such areas.

  26. That should be considered attempted murder. Why not just pull out a gun and fire at him? What this poor man will endure for the next few years, all the worry that will weigh on him as he goes thru testing, just unbelievable. HIV can take longer than a year to show on blood testing. And even tho we now have a cure for Hep C, it’s not cheap. This is just an awful story.

  27. I’d sue the state/city/district. You pay an ungodly amount of taxes in Cali. They don’t let you arm yourself unless you’re a Hollywood big shot. If they aren’t keeping you safe with that tax money. F-em.

    1. CA just passed a $100 million health bill to cover illegals; you would think they could take care of this fellow too. That $100 million price tag will far exceed $1 trillion though; these social justice programs always do.

  28. I wonder how the local economies are doing since it seems there is no relation to good or bad economy and homelessness. It just seems wherever the Deep Blue Liberal Utopias are, the homeless problem is so much worse. I wonder why this is? I no longer enjoy going to Seattle and New York as they are out of control.

    1. L.A. Seattle, NYC….may as well take your chances in the Dominican Republic these days….it’s all the same.

    1. So is the homeless woman being charged? This man should be able to sue the state due to their negligence of public safety. He should be out there calling for major attention to this. Every person in Commiefirnia could be a victim of this. He should be calling for Jerry brown’s and gavin Newsom’s head.
      1. At Taco Bell? Ick….now, loaded fries at Chili’s? That’s a YUM! Even Wendy’s Baconator fries are better than Taco Hell; although, a Burrito Supreme with extra onions is sounding good right now!

  29. I literally just finished a conversation with my wife and 8 year old daughter discussing that it was probably best that we leave California when I am able to retire.

    I’m still only 40, but every single day I think of leaving this state. Most of my friends and coworkers do too. Lots of good people here, but it’s true, the politics and homeless problem is a absolute travesty.

    I live in a small town in the middle of the state and homeless people are everywhere like zombies. This state will never turnaround either. I’m leaving as soon as I’m able, hopefully in about 10 years. The crime, cost of living, taxes etc. Never ends here….

      1. It’s easier said than done, @D Guest. Not all of us have easy access to the help we would need nor the money.

    1. Me, too, Central Valley. Alas, I’m stuck here, but getting old and maybe on my way out anyway. I used to go to the library here but the homeless were in front, in back and inside
      the library. They’d follow you with their eyes til it was so uncomfortable that I stopped going. Now I have a Kindle.

  30. That is one of the reasons that a Police Officer has to be so careful with their searches prior to the arrest.Nice fella with a nice family,like to see a go fund me for Mr. Bedoe.

  31. This is why I keep the windows up at all times when I drive here in San Diego, or anywhere for that matter. The homeless problem is getting VERY bad here…like almost doubling the number of homeless in the past 2-3 years kinda bad

    1. Hmmm, coincides with making marijuana legal maybe? It is sad. San Diego used to be one of my favorite cities to visit, then spending some weekends on Coronado. I thank God I am the age I am, born and grew up in California in the 60’s and 70’s, then left. I could see the problems in the early 1980’s…too many people, too much concrete, too much entitlement and lots of anger in everyone (you didn’t used to see it unless you were a visitor from another state but now I guess everyone feels it). Husband’s job transfer took us back in the early 2000’s, then, when he finally retired, we fled that hell-hole in a heartbeat. Texas, at least most of it, is like CA in the 50’s and 60’s. It’s home.

  32. 20 years of social justice K-12 and total control by the teachers unions is what created this mess in California – from open borders to an entire generation of bleeding hearts.

    It all went downhill after the year 2000 when the public employee unions took over the state legislature – thanks for term limits. They leapt into the political vacuum created by term limits creating no-nothing legislatures.

  33. I’d’ve never kept my window open, and my SIG P226 would’ve been ready for a head shot. I don’t know what’s worse; that, or the garbage tier editing. It was borderline unreadable.

  34. There was a time when I would’ve loved to visit California. Such a beautiful place with so many varying landscapes and things that are unique to that part of the country. It’s too bad the politicians are ruining it and aren’t even doing anything about the problems they’ve created except maybe making it worse.

    1. There was a time back in the late 60s – mid 70s where I would have given pretty much anything to move to California. Now? I won’t even visit.

      1. CA was a wonderful place to be born and grow up in the 60’s and 70’s…and years before that. Now, we are living out the rest of our life in TX. We love it here.

        1. I had planned on moving to Texas when I retired. Then I got remarried and my wife doesn’t like that idea. Still talking, though… lol.

    2. My husband and I vacationed in Northern California 20 years ago. We drove down Highway 1 to Hearst Castle, he played Pebble Beach, we stayed at some lovely hotels and bed and breakfasts. Even San Francisco was fun. I am glad we took that trip then. No way would I even consider that now.

      1. We honeymooned in Carmel in the late fall overlooking the ocean and with the smell of wood fireplaces, great food and wine. The following summer, we had a cute little bundle (who grew up to be 6′ 5″). We also would never go back there again…the memories are so lovely, I would hate to see the reality of the place now.

    3. When I lived there, a group of us (teens) sometimes went skiing in the mountains in the morning, then drove to the beach for sunning and a cookout in the afternoon and evening. Few places like that in America.

  35. The Lefties in CA all support “clean needle exchanges” in places where the homeless problem is especially bad. So what does that mean? These syringes are given out freely to people who are known hard core drug addicts, and probably many of of them have severe mental issues too. No “background checks” required, right?

    I’m frankly surprised that we haven’t heard more of this sort of thing. Disgusting.

      1. The spouse has relatives living in the Seattle area, & we recently had a long conversation with one of them. Despite their having grown up, & always having lived in the Seattle area, they want to completely move from the Pacific Northwest area. They said that because of their socialistic governments’ dealing with the homeless, what used to be beautiful waterfront Seattle, is no longer beautiful, along with increasingly unaffordable, skyrocketing taxes.

  36. Leftists would blame the president, so clearly this is the fault of California Senator Kamala Harris and Governor Gavin Newsom.

    They created the environment. They’re responsible for the homelessness just as previous governors were blamed for it in the past. They’re responsible for shuttering state hospitals and refusing to take the issue of mental health seriously.

    Or, we could blame the syringe.

    We need syringe control, universal background checks, serial numbers on every syringe and every needle, a 15 day waiting period, a ban on fully semi-automatic syringes, capacity limits (no syringes over 2 cc’s max), only one a month, you must go to a licensed dealer and show ID, no assault syringes, and you can only use them on approved syringe ranges (aka, crack houses).

  37. ……but he voted for Trump so all is OK.

    Feel real bad for the guy, reckon we can make the lady a permanent resident at swalwell or piggies house

  38. I’d sue the state/city/district. You pay an ungodly amount of taxes in Cali. They don’t let you arm yourself unless you’re a Hollywood big shot. If they aren’t keeping you safe with that tax money. F-em.

    1. CA just passed a $100 million health bill to cover illegals; you would think they could take care of this fellow too. That $100 million price tag will far exceed $1 trillion though; these social justice programs always do.

  39. I wonder how the local economies are doing since it seems there is no relation to good or bad economy and homelessness. It just seems wherever the Deep Blue Liberal Utopias are, the homeless problem is so much worse. I wonder why this is? I no longer enjoy going to Seattle and New York as they are out of control.

    1. L.A. Seattle, NYC….may as well take your chances in the Dominican Republic these days….it’s all the same.

      1. At Taco Bell? Ick….now, loaded fries at Chili’s? That’s a YUM! Even Wendy’s Baconator fries are better than Taco Hell; although, a Burrito Supreme with extra onions is sounding good right now!

  40. The Lefties in CA all support “clean needle exchanges” in places where the homeless problem is especially bad. So what does that mean? These syringes are given out freely to people who are known hard core drug addicts, and probably many of of them have severe mental issues too. No “background checks” required, right?

    I’m frankly surprised that we haven’t heard more of this sort of thing. Disgusting.

      1. The spouse has relatives living in the Seattle area, & we recently had a long conversation with one of them. Despite their having grown up, & always having lived in the Seattle area, they want to completely move from the Pacific Northwest area. They said that because of their socialistic governments’ dealing with the homeless, what used to be beautiful waterfront Seattle, is no longer beautiful, along with increasingly unaffordable, skyrocketing taxes.

  41. Leftists would blame the president, so clearly this is the fault of California Senator Kamala Harris and Governor Gavin Newsom.

    They created the environment. They’re responsible for the homelessness just as previous governors were blamed for it in the past. They’re responsible for shuttering state hospitals and refusing to take the issue of mental health seriously.

    Or, we could blame the syringe.

    We need syringe control, universal background checks, serial numbers on every syringe and every needle, a 15 day waiting period, a ban on fully semi-automatic syringes, capacity limits (no syringes over 2 cc’s max), only one a month, you must go to a licensed dealer and show ID, no assault syringes, and you can only use them on approved syringe ranges (aka, crack houses).

  42. ……but he voted for Trump so all is OK.

    Feel real bad for the guy, reckon we can make the lady a permanent resident at swalwell or piggies house

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