“A Confederacy of Dunces.”
That’s how documentary film maker Ari Howoritz decribes the residents of CHOP or CHAZ or whatever they want to be called.
From his Fox Newsexclusive:
Documentary filmmaker Ami Horowitz went to Seattle‘s Capitol Hill Organized Protest area recently and shared with Fox News footage of his interaction with Jaiden Grayson and other leaders of the movement.
“I’m here to disrupt until my demands are met,” Grayson continued. “You cannot rebuild until you break it all the way down.”
The CHOP group has blocked off six city blocks in downtown Seattle, where the East Precinct is located, as an act of protest for the police-involved death of George Floyd on May 25. On Tuesday, protesters reached an agreement with the city to reduce the occupied area to three blocks and to allow traffic. The agreement came a day after the Seattle City Council voted to ban police from using chokeholds and crowd-control devices like tear gas and pepper spray.
Grayson said that they will not stop until their demands are met “by any means necessary.”
Confederacy of Dunces is an apt title, but in any other era of American history there would only be one word for CHOP.
And what does Mayor Jenny Durkan have to say?
Mayor Jenny took an oath to protect the city of Seattle.
Instead she allows private property to be ransacked, public property annexed by squators, and obstructs first responders from addressing violent crime addressing real people trapped in CHOP.
In fact, according to theDaily Wire, this is what justice looks like in Mayor Jenny's neighboring Republic of CHAZ:
The group has been reformatting in recent days, first changing their name to CHOP from CHAZ, after leaders suggested the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” left residents with no power to influence Seattle government, and negotiated with the city to reduce their footprint from six square blocks to three, protected by a handful of concrete barriers.
Concerns about policing CHOP arose over the weekend after business owners, who found themselves unwillingly included in the CHOP, could not get Seattle Police Department to respond to 911 calls. The business owners detained a CHOP resident they believed had committed burglary and was about to commit arson, and found themselves at the mercy of a mob of CHOP residents, who demanded the protester be freed. After six calls to 911, the business owners reportedly gave up.
Over the weekend, journalists embedded in the CHOP also claimed that vigilante justice, meted out by armed leaders and typically at night, had taken root in the “occupied zone.”
Is this what WOKE justice looks like in America?
Innocent people terrorized, open air slums and filth, Police Free Zones with armed vigilantes who have absolutely no accountability?
For all of you posting about "tear down the system!" and "community based justice," this is what it looks like.
I hope you're ready for Thunder Dome.