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War in Antifastan: Has Violence in CHOP Zone Become Too Much for Seattle?

Posted on | June 30, 2020 | 1 Comment


Latest dispatches from combat correspondents on the front lines:

A 16-year-old boy has died and a 14-year-old boy has been hospitalized in critical condition Monday following the latest shooting at the Seattle area known as the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP, police revealed.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said it marked the second death of an African-American victim in the area. The first death associated with the CHOP came June 20 when 19-year-old Horace Lorenzo Anderson was shot and killed.
Monday marked the fourth shooting linked to the CHOP zone.
“It’s very unfortunate that we have another murder in this area identified as the CHOP,” Best said Monday. She elaborated that they were African-American victims “at a place where they claim to be working for Black Lives Matter but they’re gone. They’re dead now. And, we’ve had multiple other incidents — assaults, rapes, robbery, shootings — so this is something that’s going to need to change.”
Officials initially said the victims of the latest shooting were “men” before clarifying their ages.
Best said multiple 911 callers reported that two males had been shot in a vehicle on 12th Avenue between Pike and Pine early Monday morning, but by the time officers arrived at the scene both were gone. . . .
Best said investigators “found a white Jeep Cherokee riddled with bullet holes on 12th Avenue between Pike and Pine,” KOMO reported.

Victims of the urban terrorist regime demand a military response:

[T]he father of another teenager shot and killed there last week says the CHOP zone must go.
Tensions rose when the victim’s father spoke out because he is saying things the people here do not want to hear.
But now two teenagers, both black, have been killed here. And at least three others have been wounded.
“I ain’t been sleeping,. You see my eyes. I’ve been crying. I’m trying not to cry on TV.”
Horace Lorenzo Anderson stood in the embrace of Andre Taylor, a leader in the local anti-police violence movement.
Anderson was there to shine a light on the murder of his 19-year-old son and namesake, who was shot and killed inside the CHOP zone last weekend.
He says the zone should go.
“This doesn’t look like a protest to me no more,” said Anderson. “That just looks like they just took over and said we can take over whenever we want to.” . . .
Anderson thinks the National Guard should be asked to return.
“They should deployed them here to say ‘Man, it’s time to go,'”
said Anderson. ” ‘It’s time to move on. And break this up.’ ”
The protesters say their goal is justice.
“But justice is not happening here,” said Taylor. “Violence is happening here.”

Why is it that our troops can be sent to Afghanistan to fight terrorists, but we cannot fight these terrorists in Seattle? But it appears that the feckless Mayor Jenny has finally had enough of Antifistan:

Crews with the City of Seattle began removing barricades around the “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” (CHOP) zone Tuesday morning. The barricades were removed at 10th and Pine.
Seattle Parks and Recreation signs were posted around Cal Anderson Park that said the park would temporarily close Tuesday at noon. It is unclear when the signs were posted.
Seattle officials previously said barriers around CHOP would be dismantled Sunday, but the protest zone remained intact through Monday.

If you want terrorists to take over your community, just elect Democrats.



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