The Mob Has Spoken

The animals which make up Burn, Loot, Murder (BLM), Antifa, and the great unwashed leftists have struck a blow for anarchy in Seattle. In the past year, the Seattle Police Department has lost a third of its police officers.

In a heartbreaking and revealing interview on The Ari Hoffman Show on Talk Radio 570 KVI, President of the Seattle Police Officer’s Guild Mike Solan said regarding police officers leaving the department, “At the end of this month…we will be close to 300 officers (leaving), that’s a third of the agency.”

The mob wanted to defund the police, and they succeeded. It sucks for the good people in Seattle, but the politicians are beholden to the mob, and soon Seattle will look like Detroit.

Some of the officers opted for early retirement, while others took law enforcement jobs in other cities or switched to alternate careers. Sources [said] morale on the force is at an all-time low. Last month, a Seattle police officer and trainee were refused service at a local chocolate shop. The incident revealed a pattern of behavior by employees of the chain at other locations.

The same day, a female officer was walking her beat past a local public school when approximately 10 3rd grade students raised their hands in the ‘hands-up-don’t-shoot,’ a reference to the Michael Brown incident in in Ferguson, Missouri.

This is the result of one-party rule in major metropolitan cities. I sincerely hope the officers still on the job there slow roll to calls from those businesses. You don’t want our help? Cool, defend your own business and stop calling 911.

11 thoughts on “The Mob Has Spoken

  1. I have a close friend who switched to doing presentencing reports for judges for the county judicial system instead of remaining in the police force. Sad commentary on our country.


  2. The Citizens in Seattle don’t give a care about electing decent politicians, so why should I care about them?

    Ditto here in Minneapolis and Saint Paul Minnesota. Now Jakob the Boy Mayor is begging for State and Federal LE to bail him out.

    I am surprised more have not left? I bet the rural police departments and sheriffs office are having a field day hiring well trained and experienced officers


  3. Something about making beds and sleeping in them comes to mind.
    I’m always happy to see people getting what they demand, especially when they don’t realize what they’re demanding but act all smugly superior in demanding it.

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  4. Ronni – Might as well, because the department’s brass won’t back up their officers. I know that firsthand.

    RD – It’s the only good thing about this “movement.” Smaller towns are getting great cops who want to do the job.

    Cathy – Seconded. It isn’t everyone, but it is a large majority. You get what you vote for, I guess.

    Veeshir – You can bet your bottom dollar these same people will be begging for police when the mob comes for them.


  5. The big problem is the dumb asses who vote to defund will after a while realize they are not safe and look for and move to a place that has police and is safe and start voting the same way because they are to stupid to see it’s not the police it’s them. My solution is for smaller cities and or states to start asking where people have moved from when they register for new licenses and to vote to have a law that says if you have moved from out of state or city /county where you voted for this crap then you can’t vote in the new location for 10 years. May be harsh but keeps nice places nice, just saying.


  6. My oldest son lived in a suburb of Seattle. When the first antifa mob came within a mile of his house, he got out of dodge as quickly as he could, making a handsome profit on his home and upscaling in his new location. He pointed out to me that King County, home of Seattle, had the highest vote totals in 2016 for HilLIARy Clinton of anywhere in the nation. It was something like 89.6%

    I don’t care one bit about the citizens of Seattle, the voted for what they have and now they can enjoy the spoils of victory.


  7. MelP – It’s going to happen, eventually. They always turn on each other.

    Gary – Agreed. They’re like locusts; ruining every good city by bringing their terrible policies.

    RG – Same with Philly. I never voted for this, but I have to live with it because the rest of the electorate are a-holes.


  8. I worked many years sailing out of Seattle on ocean going tugs, and for a couple years as a port captain living in the city and commuting home over the mountains on the weekends. By the time I pulled the plug about 5 years ago it was already going downhill fast. Time was I would come home from sea, stay the night in a hotel in Pioneer Square built during the Yukon Gold Rush (a lot of the buildings in that area date to that period) and the next morning wander around until lunch for a pint or two of Guinness and Irish Stew at the Owl and Thistle pub. Then over to King Street Station to catch the Empire Builder home. It was a great way to unwind after having been gone for 2-3 months. I never felt unsafe for years doing that. Last time I was down there about two years ago it was a nightmare. The smell of feces and urine was bad. Crazy bums screaming at each other. There’d just been a stabbing in the park. The crime rate was astronomical. Businesses were gone. I wouldn’t wander around there now. Seattle has been dying for years, the last year is just accelerating it.


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