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6 thoughts on “Seattle PD Says “you’re on your own””

  1. This is absolutely not going to end well.

    Seattle residents ought to be starting class-action lawsuits as we speak, against city officials for not providing services they’ve paid taxes for, to wit, the police services they no longer have.

    Strikes me that there’s going to be some vigilante action coming along here, shortly. And, that there’s going to be hell to pay when the normies get prosecuted for acting to protect themselves. I don’t think the weirdos are quite as numerous as they think, and there are going to be repercussions on their numbers. Once the normies get the message that they’re on their own, with nobody to call on? They’re going to get out in the streets themselves, and when they recognize that there are more of them than the dumbasses…??? You ain’t seen civil unrest yet.

    On the other hand, maybe the weirds do outnumber the normies. We’ll see, shortly.

    I actually expect the Feds to federalize the WANG, and send it in if things get bad enough. You may even see some of the Regular Army out of Fort Lewis sent into Seattle, and won’t that be a kick in the ass?

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      • You would be mistaken, about that.

        Most of the property and business owners in Seattle are not part of the “Free Shit Army” that voted in those dipshits in the city government. They’re also not the most politically astute people in the world, either–Most of them just assumed that all the rhetoric over these last few years was just more of the same, and they just went along with it all. Now, the frog has found the water way too hot, and they’re realizing that the assholes really meant what they said, and that they’re gonna do what they said they were going to do. This has come as quite a shock, because for years, they only talked about doing these things, and never implemented them.

        I think we’re going to see a huge backlash here, shortly. Or, maybe not–The question is kinda up in the air, TBH. We’ll see–The stay that the Federal judge just laid on may serve to slow up the situation.

        Not hearing good things for civil comity and so forth from my contacts on the other side of the mountains, though. There are some business owners who are about ready to take things into their own hands, what with the homeless and the rest of the idiots that are putting them into bankruptcy. From the mood of some of them, I don’t think we’re too fucking far from people being “disappeared” off the streets informally. Some of the more difficult homeless are probably going to find themselves dumped up a disused logging road in the snow, come this winter, absent survival gear. People are getting that pissed, and that callous.

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        • I will say this: if I were looking for a Republican voter in DT Seattle, I’d start with the small business owners.

          As for the larger point: go ahead and sue the city. They have no responsibility to protect you or anyone. The Supreme Court has consistently said that the police exist to preserve civil order, not to protect anyone.

          And if *your* “civil order” gets disrupted? Good luck suing over that. The cops were busy protecting some other “civil order,” probably in their precinct, and couldn’t get to yours. Too bad.

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  2. That order has been cancelled for moment,feel the chief sending out her letters basically nationwide had a effect,a fed DA went before a judge and got it cancelled.

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  3. If the previous 2 or 3 months did not inform you of that fact, I dont know what to tell you.

    Though some people still get their news from CNN

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