It’s hard to believe but the Seattle Police Departments are preparing for Antifa groups to target more police precincts in their city Thursday. Unbelievably, it seems there have been no plans on the part of the city to stop them.
The warning from Antifa comes after the East Precinct of the Seattle Police Department surrendered to the mob Wednesday night. By the way, the mob of unruly young Antifa members also occupied Seattle City Hall, and they warned Wednesday that they were going to expand their riots into other neighborhoods.
But what is it they want? What do they plan to do once they take over? Do any of them have jobs? Further, aren’t the Antifa rioters and their supporters in the media at all concerned about the novel coronavirus and its ability to rise once again in the state where it all first started in the United States?
Freelance citizen journalist Andy Ngo, who has covered Antifa from the very beginning and who has openly confronted the radical group in Seattle posted a tweet from Seattle Antifa on Wednesday, which stated “We need more people with guns at the CHAZ.”
The reference by Antifa to CHAZ, means the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, said Ngo on Twitter. It is the area that the Seattle Police Department and its Democrat lawmakers gave up to Antifa.
This is what happens when you don’t have law and order. This is what happens when radical groups are allowed to take over your streets, small businesses, government agencies and police departments.
It’s chaos and the only people paying for this mess are the law abiding citizens of Washington State.
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) June 10, 2020
Here’s an excerpt from The Post Millennial
Regarding the autonomous zone established by the Antifa-led mob, the source—whose anonymity we are protecting—says, “They bar media from entering and screen people coming in. They are walking around fully armed. Talking about making their own currency and making their own flag. SPD is talking about abandoning the west precinct now.
“West precinct has the 911 call centre. This is just like the Occupy movement. Soon we will have feces and drugs everywhere and people getting assaulted and raped in the encampments.
“They’ve been relocating everything quietly while the focus has been elsewhere. They know that it’s only a matter of time before these fools have to direct their issues back on the police. Since yesterday, I haven’t seen a single police office or vehicle downtown. Even when they took over city hall, there were no signs of PD at headquarters across the street.”
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