The “indefinite” occupation of the city hall in Kansas City, Missouri, is well into it’s third day on Monday with no end in sight. A group of around 100 radical left-wing anarchists, some of them professionals, laid siege to the City Hall and Police headquarters Friday night. According to their leader, attorney Stacy Shaw, they won’t leave until their demands are met, unless they’re dragged away by force.
A well-organized occupation
According to local news outlets, the “occupation appears well-organized, with a registration table, equipment, food and a structured leadership.” Avid anarchist Steveland Young, a veteran protester notes setting these up require a lot of effort. “It takes a lot of effort to come out and continue to do this because every time I come out I have to get emotionally ready for this.”
The situation started Friday with a protest outside the police department and a march. Eventually, about two hours after the occupation started, the order was given to snag some barriers from a road construction project to block off the intersection at 12th Street and Locust so they could take and hold the territory in front of City Hall and the Kansas City Police Department. The missing barricades confused motorists. One driver “barreled through the road closed signs.” Police decided to exercise enough authority to put the barriers safely back where they belonged.
One occupation protester declared “I don’t care if you are inconvenienced, Kathryn. I don’t care if you are inconvenienced, Bob, because people are dying,” She didn’t want to take responsibility for her quote, telling reporters to put her down as K.J.-X. The police will be able to trace her down from her initials.
Here’s a look at the disruption protesters in Kansas City are causing as drivers have no idea about road construction as protesters have taken warning signs to occupy space in front of @kcpolice and @KCMO City Hall. pic.twitter.com/wY7O5AnNJZ
— Dave D'Marko (@DaveDMarko) October 3, 2020
Police arrested a pregnant woman
The George Soros aligned forces of darkness using the Black Lives Matter movement as a cover for the mayhem caused by the rabble army are using the recent arrest of a pregnant woman to declare war on the Kansas City police. The woman thought she could get away with “interfering with another arrest” simply because she was pregnant. She soon found herself face down on the ground with a knee in her back. The officer swears up and down he didn’t put any pressure on that knee at all and If she had listened to warnings and stayed out of it, she would have been ignored. It was enough to justify the mercenary occupation of downtown Kansas City.
The liberals quickly produced enough tents to cover the south lawn by Sunday night. They call the area of their occupation “the People’s City.” Obviously socialist in political philosophy. Last night, they “used projectors to light up the side of the building with the words Fire Rick Smith.” Chief Rick Smith is the top dog at KCPD. He has no plans of going anywhere and neither does the occupying army.
KSHB: Kansas City protesters begin '"indefinite occupation" of City Hall Plaza, say won’t leave until police chief resigns
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) October 5, 2020
Ms. Shaw declared flatly that the occupation will continue until each and every one of their demands are met. The terrorists are trying to extort the city into agreeing to “Fire KCPD Chief Rick Smith and the officer involved in the incident with the pregnant woman.” Also they must “Fire all officers who have killed Black victims in Kansas City.” No matter who or why.
They must also disarm and weaken the police force by divesting “50% of KCPD’s budget.” They must take the savings and hand it over to the Black community. The way Shaw puts it, “reinvest KCPD’s budget into resources that support the Black community.” Kind of like reparations. Didn’t Kansas City used to have some heavy duty Marshals around to keep the peace? The Earp brothers wouldn’t put up with this for half an hour before they would be hosting an occupation of the county jail.