After declaring 6 blocks of Seattle its own separate country, radicals immediately set up a wall to keep people out. Almost as soon as they closed down the police precinct the mob learned how tough it is to govern. Armed with baseball bats the mob chased down a suspected thief over a stolen cell phone, only to discover the dimwit that owned it had simply misplaced it. Days later we see AR-15s being handed out to some of the rebels inside the barricades .
The Mayor called this just a silly block party, nothing to be concerned about. She assured everyone there was no need for police to move in and move the occupation force out. Now there has been a shooting and a homicide inside the compound of rainbows and unicorns. At first the mob would not let police in to tend to the victim. That was brilliant.
This can no longer work out just fine and it’s not a block party, if it ever was. Its an armed insurrection and people have been shot. So, what’s the mayor and the governor going to do about it? The immediate answer is, they have no clue what to do. So far the only actions taken has been to cave in to the demands of the radicals. So much for the summer of love.
News summary, and I warn you it all looks bad. The nation is under siege from the radical left and nobody is trying to stop them. It reminds me of how the Taliban operate - destroying their history. Statues of Francis Scott Key, Ulysses S. Grant, and others… torn down by the American Taliban…it’s an outrage. They should have been stopped long ago, because they are now emboldened and it will only get worse.
- Seattle Police are investigating a homicide that happened early Saturday in which one person was killed and another in critical condition in Seattle’s “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest,” or (CHOP) zone.
- One man is dead and 11 people suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds after an early morning shooting in Uptown Minneapolis.
- Among the statues torn down by protesters for their historical ties to slavery: A statue of Francis Scott Key in a San Francisco park. Key wrote the U.S. national anthem “The Star-Spangled Banner” and owned slaves.
- North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper had two Confederate statues outside the state capitol in Raleigh removed after protesters toppled other statues.