Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is absolutely right when she insists “there is no imminent threat of an invasion of Seattle,” because it’s already happened. The American heartland simply can’t believe that she not only allowed her city to be invaded and occupied by anarchists, she’s on their side.
It's clear @realDonaldTrump doesn’t understand what’s happening on five square blocks of our City. Cal Anderson and Capitol Hill has for decades been a place for free speech, community, and self expression.
— Mayor Jenny Durkan (@MayorJenny) June 11, 2020
Seattle’s Mayor sides with the anarchists
President Trump is ready to call in the marines to liberate Seattle, Washington, from the socialist invaders and that has Mayor Durkan screaming mad. She’s been ranting non-stop, both to T.V. reporters and on twitter. President Trump’s plan “to send military forces into the city to clear protesters occupying a neighborhood” would be “unconstitutional and illegal,” she believes. She may want to consult an attorney on that.
Reporters at her press conference were left wondering “how or when authorities would remove the roughly 500 demonstrators who have established a makeshift encampment behind barricades in the Capitol Hill district.” Chief of Police Carmen Best was ordered to stand down by city officials so the “children of darkness” could storm the East Precinct station.
Best praised her officers for their unwanted efforts to defend their fortress of justice. “You fought for days to protect it, I asked you stand on that line day in and day out to be pelted with projectiles, to be screamed at, threatened and in some cases hurt.” It’s a stab in the back when the Mayor supports the rioters instead. Anarchists were thrilled with all the barricades the retreating police left behind. They put them to good use barricading the streets of their new “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” kingdom from the outside world.
We’re going to go in
One way or another, President Donald Trump asserts, “We’re not going to let this happen in Seattle. If we have to go in, we’re going to go in.” He’s standing back and allowing the governor of Washington state to do his job and deploy the national guard. “Let the governor do it. He’s got great National Guard troops,” the president told reporters. “one way or the other, it’s going to get done. These people are not going to occupy a major portion of a great city.”
What started out allegedly as a response to the murder of George Floyd was quickly inflamed beyond all proportion by organized efforts which made the insurrection go global. Now, in liberal Seattle, anarchy has replaced the rule of law and the lawmakers and the mayor are aiding the anarchists. “What we have been given here is a unique opportunity to see how a police-free zone can be facilitated,” protester David Lewis told a reporter in front of the occupied police building.
“Making this a community or education center would be a momentous and very powerful movement that the city can commit to the lack of police brutality and also an acknowledgment of the debts of the past.” The anarchist ignores the history of the wild west, where it was every man for himself. Back then, the townsfolk couldn’t wait for law and order to protect them from the outlaws, rustlers, and bandits. Now the outlaws get a key to the city handed to them by the mayor.