Seattle police move into the ‘CHOP’ Wednesday morning

Police moved into the CHOP just before 5 a.m. and issued a dispersal order to any protestors in the area.

Police tweeted at 5:20 a.m. that 10 people had been arrested. Another tweet at 5:30 a.m. said three other people were arrested at 12th and Pike.

“Anyone who remains in the area, or returns to the area, is subject to arrest,” another SPD tweet said.



Now that CHOP has fallen, this may be a turning point. If the media reports on the atrocities that occurred under the Communist regime over the past month, we may mobilize the people to the threat that we all are personally facing. I pray that we will see that government is the cause of the Communist insurgency and take a stand to defend our families and culture.

David DeGerolamo

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2 Responses to Seattle police move into the ‘CHOP’ Wednesday morning

  1. Rabbi will McCubbins says:

    See It was a city operation all along. It took the cops what an hour or less. Once they were ordered to do it.

  2. Third Boxcar Midnight Train says:

    I wonder if the former occupiers will return to clean up the trash that they left.
    (Sometimes I crack myself up.)

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