Trump criticizes Democrats in Seattle for radical left, says domestic terrorists occupy city

Trump criticizes Democrats in Seattle for radical left, says domestic terrorists occupy city
President Trump tweeted Wednesday night that domestic terrorists have seized an area in Seattle amid George Floyd's protests and blamed the city's radical left Democrats for contributing to the unrest.

Radical leftist governor @ JayInslee and the Mayor of Seattle are being mocked and played on a level our great country has never seen before, "Trump tweeted." Bring your city back now. If you don't, I will. This is not a game. These ugly anarchists should be debated (this) IMMEDIATELY. Come fast!"

His tweet was not without response. Mayor Jenny Durkan, a Democrat, hit Trump and responded, "Make us all safe. Go back to your bunker. #BlackLivesMatter."

Attorney General William Barr told Fox News that there were riots near the White House on May 29 and that "the Secret Service recommended that the president go to the bunker. This cannot happen in our country."

Governor Jay Inslee also responded to Trump on Twitter, posting: "A man who is completely incapable of governing should stay out of Washington business."

Hundreds of protesters created a commotion at Seattle City Hall on Tuesday night, including a closed police complex, to demand Durkan's resignation just days after closing a six-block downtown area. The protesters remained peaceful, with no reports of violence or injury, but they are pressurizing Durkan to resign to refuse the city's police department.

A week of rioting has come to an end in the city, where officials used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the protesters into the area, saying they were attacked with projectiles. Many city council members say the police unnecessarily exaggerated and escalated the tension.

The Seattle Times reported Wednesday that the area in the city's Capitol Hill section is called Chaz and that it is "free from uniform police." The newspaper reported that the nearby police compound, which was closed during the protests, had a new symbol on Tuesday, which wrote: "This place can now be seen as the property of the people."

Florida House Republican Judicial Committee member Matt Getz told "Hannity" on Wednesday that "Antifa has named Seattle as its capital" after protesters declared a six-block neighborhood around the campus "police-free zone". " In form of.

Deputy Principal Deanna Nolet said the barriers in front of the campus were removed after it became a hot spot for officials and protesters. The police also remains sparse in the area and protests have continued peacefully in the subsequent nights.

According to the report, the police said that the police wanted to discuss the reopening of the premises, as officers are responding to the 911 call. He said the protesters set up their own barricades, threatening some residents.

"We are dedicated to working with peaceful protesters to move forward," Nolet said. "There is an effort across the city that tries to explain who the leaders are. It's just a matter of establishing a dialogue so that we can knock out the plywood and welcome them into the lobby."

This is not the first time Trump has called on state and municipal leaders to deal with protests.

Last month, as looting and arson took place in Minneapolis, Trump tweeted, "I can't go back and it happens in a big American city, Minneapolis," Trump tweeted. "Total lack of leadership." Either the very weak mayor of the radical Left, Jacob Frey, works together and controls the city, or I will send to the National Guard and do well. "

Trump appears intent on positioning himself as a law and order candidate in 2020. There is an impasse among some Democrats to abolish the police which has put Joe Biden in a difficult position in an attempt to reorganize the party. The best approach for moderate policing.

Biden was interviewed by "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noa and asked, "If you were president, do you think there would be a world where spending police would be a solution?"

Okay, I think there are a lot of changes that can happen without completely unifying the police, period, "Biden said. He continued:" I don't think the police should be convicted. But I think conditions should be imposed on them, where departments have to make significant improvements. ''

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