The establishment of CHAZ in Seattle is an interesting and zany story to follow, but it’s not like Seattle has only recently been heading towards a socialist meltdown. Stu looks at the disturbing road leading up to our insane current climate in the city.
(The New York Post has a decent story)
Welcome to CHAZ, short for the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. This exclusive look inside Seattle’s “no-cop co-op” — set up by anti-racism protestors after days of clashing with police in Washington’s capital — shows how people are holding up beyond the barricades as “gate guards” keep watch. “From what I understand, the police de-occupied this station,” Alex, a musician, told the Post, referring to the deserted East Precinct. It has been painted over to say “Seattle People Department.” In these blocked-off streets, people hand out free food, play music and hold vigils. “There’s no looting, there’s no violence here, this is really a peaceful zone.” <<< as an aside, the police beg to differ (increase in rapes and other crimes, businesses being shook down [extorted], etc.)
(Just a side note, they are not “anarchists,” as they would want a government large enough to implement universal healthcare… lets be realistic here.)
Seattle protesters take over neighborhood and declare ‘autonomous zone’ with no police; The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo weighs in.
Seattle radio show host Jason Rantz reports from America’s new neighbor: CHAZ. UPDATED
I believe “Chaz” may be ready for a rude awakening from persons who enjoy this country — hahaha:
Some more on CHAZ (Rape? Crime? Fugetaboutit)
Martha MacCallum challenges [far Left] Rep. Denny Heck, R-WA, over the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone accusing him of ‘minimizing the issue’.
Townhall.com senior reporter Julio Rosas has been on the ground for days covering the chaos in Seattle.