Absolute Chaos Erupts In Seattle After Antifa and BLM Rioters Set Fires and Damage Properties


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Seattle has turned into a city of lawlessness.

Riots occurred in Seattle last night in the area that was previously held hostage and called  Capitol Hill Autonomous  Zone (CHAZ).

It looks like rioters want to take the Capitol Hill neighborhood hostage again after last night rioters set up a barricade that was lit on fire to stop the police from entering the neighborhood.

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Police broke through the barricade and made arrests but the neighborhood was already filled with fires and major property damage.

This shouldn’t be happening in America!

It looks like a complete warzone.

This is the result of defunding the police.

Fox News covered the chaos and had these words to say:

Seattle police made at least 10 arrests Saturday evening when Breonna Taylor protests devolved into chaos and violence as demonstrators set fires and damaged property and allegedly committed assaults in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Protesters broke windows and left anti-police graffiti while they marched from Cal Anderson Park through the streets.

Officers arrested the protesters for alleged assault, property damage and failure to disperse, the department wrote on Twitter.

The Seattle Fire Department was able to extinguish several dumpster fires and police issued a dispersal order around 7:30 p.m. PT.

“The group refused to follow the order,” the department said in a release. “As officers moved forward individuals in the crowd began throwing rocks, bottles, and fireworks at officers. Police then used blast balls to move the crowd to a safe distance.”

The protests occurred in the area of the experimental former Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) or Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) that was cleared out after two deadly shootings nearby this summer.

Kiro 7 News added these details:

Seven people were arrested after protesters smashed windows and set fires in Seattle Saturday night.

The group of around 100 protesters began marching on Yesler Way around 5 p.m.

Just before 7 p.m., the group arrived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and began setting fires, according to police. Crews with Seattle Fire were able to put the fires out.

Police said they gave the group an order to disperse due to concerns for public safety and members of the group threw bottles and rocks at officers.

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It’s totally a free-for-all there and the Democrats are allowing it.

Seattle will end up a vacant city that investors and small businesses will run away from if this trend continues.


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