Seattle Interim Chief Vows to Get Tough on Protest Vandalism…AFTER Inauguration Day Riots

Written with contribution from Sheriff David Clarke

The black-clad useful idiots are useful no longer.

Just in time for the incoming Democratic presidential administration, Seattle, home to the CHAZ, announced they’d be getting tougher on protest vandals following a night of post-Inauguration rage on the part of the radical Marxists who clearly never had any loyalty for the party that refuses to condemn them.

Interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz announced last week that the department will be taking a tougher stance on “protesters” who vandalize and destroy property.

Tougher than what? They have done nothing so far to hold them accountable. It’s easy multiplication. Anything times zero is still zero. And maybe he should start with an apology to the business owners whose businesses have been destroyed in the process as police were given stand down orders.

On January 20, the black block swarmed into Pike Place Market and, as seen on social media videos and reported by The Epoch Times, smashed the windows at a Starbucks and kicked over trash cans while carrying high a tattered, upside-down American flag with the anarchy sign spray-painted on it.

Of course, the reason was that Democrat Joe Biden was sworn into office, and as much as these leftists hated President Donald Trump, they’re still ideological tyrants and are openly dedicated to raging and causing destruction until their impossible punk-rock egalitarian fantasy world utopia is realized.

“The activists are alleged to be members of the anarcho-communist group Antifa and other far-left groups, who have taken advantage of a number of peaceful protests calling for police reform by creating a scene of civil unrest and engaging in violence, lighting fires, looting, and damaging property during the summer last year,” ET explains.

“Many law enforcement officers were injured during operations to quell the violence and protect public safety,” they add.

Yet just one person was arrested. One.

And Diaz, for all his stern language, told reporters during a presser that he wasn’t sure what grievance the rioters even had, if any.

“The events of breaking windows at a variety of different locations with no meaning,” Diaz told reporters. “There was no discussion about what they were fighting for, what type of social justice message. That cannot happen. That level of direct action cannot occur. And we are going to immediately address those issues.”

Hold up—did he seriously just say that? Is he now trying to divorce the well-known anarchist insurgents from the noble “social justice cause” which would have sanctified their violence and destruction otherwise?

On the same night, of course, black-clad activists in Portland made their grievance a little clearer—they attacked and vandalized the Democratic Party Headquarters.

“In Portland,” ET noted, “black-clad activists with their faces covered broke windows and the glass door at the state Democratic Party’s business office, spray-painting an anarchist symbol over the party sign, video posted on social media shows. Some of them tipped over garbage containers and lit the contents on fire, according to reports.”

“We don’t want Biden. We want revenge for police murders, imperialist wars, and fascist massacres,” read a sign held by the marching terrorists

“We are not governable,” read another, erasing all doubt that these people may not be very interested in law and order Diaz style.

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