How bad was 2020?
Not only did Black Lives Matter racial nationalists wreck entire cities, enlist the support of the nation’s corporations, and force them to fire anyone who disagreed with their hateful slogan, but the racial separatist movement was this close to gaining a cherished black nationalist goal of commanding its own police stations and government.
At the height of Seattle’s racial justice protests in 2020, then-Mayor Jenny Durkan’s administration drafted legislation to transfer the Police Department’s East Precinct building to a Black Lives Matter activist organization and researched relocating the station’s operations, newly released documents show.
That June, as cops lobbed tear gas from behind barricades, and protesters on the streets surrounding the precinct called for the Police Department to be defunded, Durkan’s office behind the scenes briefly contemplated handing over the multimillion dollar property that had become the focus of the demonstrations.
Dems insist that CHAZ/CHOP was a publicity stunt, but it apparently came very close to succeeding.
More than a year and a half later, the East Precinct memos, obtained by The Seattle Times this month through a records request, are the only details that City Hall has publicly disclosed about the potential transfer, shedding some light on an idea that Durkan has since distanced herself from. They’re already playing a role in at least one lawsuit against the city, brought by businesses and residents over the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP).
The memos demonstrate the degree of treasonous collaboration between the Dem regime and the Black Lives Matter insurrectionists. In a fairly clear example of treason, handing over a government building to an insurrectionist racial nationalist group could be a potential crime.
Since then, Durkan representatives have denied the building was offered and downplayed the notion that City Hall seriously pursued a transfer, attributing the idea to some demand letters from activists and to City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, who on June 11, 2020, tweeted she would sponsor legislation to convert the property into a community center.
Shockingly, they lied.