Portland and Seattle – Inauguration came and went with no reported problems at the DC Capitol. The rioting hotspots of Portland and Seattle, however, did not.
Antifa had planned protests in both cities. Much like the protests of the past eight months, they each turned violent.
Given all we've heard about the threat of insurgency, a healthy media would inform the national populace of coordinated riots that occurred across major American cities, particularly when it resulted in the destruction of the state headquarters of a governing political party. pic.twitter.com/CTZAR5zKsr
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) January 21, 2021
Seattle, WA – There is little debate against the fact that drugs and mental health illness is the main problem for homelessness as well as many criminal activity in many major cities, including Seattle. One reporter with KOMO News, Eric Johnson, has presented a logical and obtainable solution to the problem.
In a documentary called “Fight for the Soul of Seattle,” Johnson thoroughly documents the homelessness, drugs, prostitution, and despair that plagues the city streets. Then he presents a solution he has called Hope Haven. Hope Haven is a two-facet involuntary holding facility for those in mental health or addiction crisis. One side is maximum security [...]
Seattle, WA – A new autonomous zone has been set up in Seattle, this time in an abandoned house on 1106 E Denny Way.
Over the past months, a homeless encampment has taken over Cal Anderson park on Capitol Hill, the former home of Seattle’s first autonomous zone, known as CHAZ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone). Residents and businesses have complained about the smell of human waste, as well as the presence of tents, needles, and garbage piling up.
Also at the park, fires were set, assaults were reported, police were assaulted at least once, threats made against park workers, and a murder. The homicide was allegedly committed by Travis Berge, who is said to have [...]
Spokane, WA – In August, Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward told police officers that were being let go due to defunding that they were welcome to come to the Spokane Police Department.
On a Facebook post in August, she said, “Other cities have taken a much swifter, more aggressive approach that has abruptly displaced officers and downsized departments. To officers who have lost jobs, Spokane has a message for you: we’re hiring.”
This past Monday, Mayor Woodward announced that four former Seattle officers had lateralled over to the Spokane Police Department. Mayor Woodward said, “Back in August, I let law enforcement know if their cities were [...]