Seattle anarchists now fighting over what to call their “zone” Nine Line News Team June 16, 2020 Nine Line News 1 And these dweebs think they can run a country? The nutbag anarchists who partially destroyed and then took over six square blocks in downtown Seattle are now arguing over whether they should call it the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) or Capitol Hill Organized (or Occupied) Protest (CHOP). Out of all of this supposed righteous protesting, they’re having a BRANDING issue? Holy marketing. Maybe they need some Microsoft consultants to help out with that. In explaining the name change, Maurice Cola, one protestor said, “This is not an autonomous zone. We are not trying to secede from the United States.” Oh riiiiight. Well that’s comforting, isn’t it? Per Fox News, on Friday, one video showed a protester – clad in a blue helmet and covering his face – climbing up to attempt to remove a sign that read “Welcome to the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” which hung over Pine Street. The video, posted by journalist Julio Rosas, showed the crowd below him shouting and arguing before the man eventually came down, leaving the sign intact. “It appears the CHAZ street sign is staying for now as the man climbed off the ladder and a struggle broke out over control of the ladder. A woman asks, “Is anyone in charge?” Rosas tweeted. HAHAHAHA. (Sorry). They’re ANARCHISTS. Duh. Of course no one is in charge. These clowns can’t even play dodgeball without having a fight. Seriously, “Dodgeball was put on hold after a scuffle broke out.” Dodgeball was put on hold after a scuffle broke out. pic.twitter.com/z6JQH1AZSb — Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) June 13, 2020 But you’ll be pleased to know, after torching the police station, they’re peacefully planting a garden. Because you know, arugula. Seattle’s “Mayor Jenny” was apparently delighted, tweeting “I visited the #CHAZ and met Marcus Henderson, the person behind the new community garden popping up in Cal Anderson Park. Read more about Marcus and the work that’s gone into creating the gardens.” Earlier today, I visited the #CHAZ and met Marcus Henderson, the person behind the new community garden popping up in Cal Anderson Park. Read more about Marcus and the work that’s gone into creating the gardens: https://t.co/mobTYoWIcK pic.twitter.com/82lyVxyyV1 — Mayor Jenny Durkan (@MayorJenny) June 13, 2020 Apparently, she’s less concerned about the work that’s gone into trying to make her city safe. That was left up to Police Chief Carmen Best, who said the choice to abandon the East Precinct last week, which falls in the CHAZ/CHOP area, “was not my decision.” “You fought for days to protect it,” Best said in a video address to Seattle police officers posted on YouTube Thursday. “I asked you to stand on that line. Day in and day out, to be pelted with projectiles, to be screamed at, threatened, and in some cases hurt. Then to have a change of course nearly two weeks in, it seems like an insult to you and our community.” Yeah, kinda. What a sad, sorry state of affairs in Seattle. The fact that men and women of our law enforcement and first responder communities in Seattle (and beyond) still have the courage to suit up every day in the face of such vitriol and disrespect is a testament to their bravery and commitment. And for that, we are profoundly grateful. One Response Gary June 16, 2020 Put an end to the anarchist now! Exterminate them off the face of the earth! Locals need to stand with law enforcement and take these scumbags out! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.