The Seattle city council has taken steps to eliminate the city’s police force altogether and to replace them with unarmed, community-led social(ist) workers. They might as well, since they refuse to allow the police to do the jobs that they were hired for anyway.

How exactly will that work? You call for help because someone is breaking into your house and the city sends someone to help. When they get there, they discover that the thieves have no television sets and that you have three. So, instead of arresting the perpetrator, they negotiate.

If you agree to give the thieves two of your TVs, you can keep one: The 13″ black and white one out in the garage. The process may take a few days as the community-led officers work out what you get to keep and what you must give the thieves.

The Seattle council should also give everyone free mental health checkups for businessmen and women who do not pack it up and move out of Seattle immediately.

And what about violent crime? Using Seattle’s logic that federal agents are responsible for riots that were ongoing for five weeks before they arrived in the city, the city would be remiss in trying to stop them but in the interest of fair play, the rioters will be limited to three lootings a night and no more than six buildings can be burned within a 2 hour period.

In explaining the need to eliminate the police force altogether, the council said, the Seattle Police Department perpetuates “racism and violence” and upholds “white supremacy culture.”

“The Council is committed to confronting structural and institutional racism as a fundamental step towards addressing the racist institution of policing.”

From The Gateway Pundit

“These protests forced many nationwide and in Seattle to confront the racism that has been plaguing the Black community for centuries and spread to other communities of color, the harmful impacts of white supremacy culture, and the Seattle Police Department’s role in perpetuating racism violence.”

 

 

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Steven Ahle

Steven is a syndicated columnist for DavidJHarrisJr.com, The Range and other news websites. He is also an author, whose books can be found on Amazon.com. All enjoy a 5 star rating. They are A Walk Through the Willows, Melissa's Song, The Tangled Web, Innocent, The Calculating Corpse and It's All About me.

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