May Day Hell, Antifa Assaults “A Small Child” Police Move In For Arrests

Police arrested at least ten people Saturday afternoon in May Day clashes between a black-clad group and officers in Seattle.

Several demonstrations took place earlier in the day in the Seattle area as part of International Workers’ Day.

Later in the day, Seattle Police said a group of people dressed in black was moving around downtown Seattle and the Capitol Hill neighborhood blocking traffic and throwing objects at officers and bystanders.

Police said around 2:00 p.m. that officers arrested two people in connection with property damage at a coffee shop in Capitol Hill.

Police in Seattle said shortly after 3:00 p.m. that officers issued a public safety order to the group.

Authorities said the group was placing hazards in the road. Officers were making a third arrest at 7th and Olive.

“Just recently someone in this crowd assaulted a small child,” the officer is heard saying.

“This is unacceptable behavior, a small child has been assaulted.  We respect your right to free speech but crimes will not be tolerated. When it is safe and feasible that person will be arrested,” is heard over loud noises like tribal war drums, music, and yelling showing total indifference to the injuries of a child.

“We are holding those individuals responsible, please move out of the space.  You will be arrested for obstructing if you choose to remain,” the officer is heard.

A Black man, identified by Ngo as a member of Black Lives Member, was aggressively taken down to the ground, while a male officer is heard announcing that he is being arrested for assaulting the child and talking about clearing the space to make it safe for officers.

In a separate area, arrests were made while an individual was carried away from the scene of a group of people gathering in a park setting.

The Park where the gathering was held as a part of the deadly Chaz experiment. The BBC reported on CHAZ:

Hundreds of activists, who had been demonstrating against police brutality since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May, then flocked to the neighborhood and set up a peaceful occupied protest. There, they distributed free food and medical supplies, planted community gardens, and held film screenings and workshops. One small group painted a large, bright statement on a wall within the zone: “Black Lives Matter.”

The area was declared the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone – or Chaz, for short. It was to be a police-free, self-governing utopia. A few days later, in an interview with CNN on 11 June, the city’s Democratic mayor Jenny Durkan said the zone could herald a “summer of love”.

But like all of the utopian dreams of the left, CHAZ turned into a nightmare, but that doesn’t change the fantasies about the Communist revolution with the protest community in Seattle.

Evidence pointed to a plan violent revolt.


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