The Seattle police department witnessed rioters in Seattle receive baseball bats and other weapons being distributed from a van which they ended up impounding.
They were finally able to get a search warrant for the van and they found explosives, stun guns, and improvised spike strips.
Who is paying for all of these weapons? It is a question we need to find an answer to.
Not only could they be found criminally liable but financially liable also.
Business owners who saw their livelihood burned to the ground could sue the liberal millionaires and billionaires who supplied them to destroy their lives.
On Saturday, when weapons were handed out from the van, there was an explosion shortly thereafter that blew an eight-inch hole into the wall at the East Precinct. Police Carmen Best, who is really trying to clamp down on the violence despite opposition from the Democrats leading the city, spoke out about what is happening in her city.
“Since July 19th, we have seen three protests where individuals have embedded themselves and they were particularly destructive and violent inside the peaceful group. Last Saturday a group of protesters went to the Youth Service Center where people within the group threw incendiary devices, Molotov cocktails, into a construction site which resulted in several trailers being destroyed by fire.”
Best described the devices they found in the van. She said there were pyrotechnic explosives, smoke bombs bundled together and unlit, bear spray, using it on anything but bears is a federal offense, pepper spray, stun guns, improvised spike strips.
This is getting serious and then the risk to human life is growing exponentially. This type of escalation would be even more devastating to Seattle than the riots have already been. The police must be allowed to do their job and put an end to the violence before we see a death toll that would have been unthinkable just ten years ago.
Best also said:
“The group went from the construction cite to the East Precinct. A van that was closely following the group arrived at the precinct with the group. People were seen removing items and distributing them to people within the group. These items were described as baseball bats, pyrotechnic explosives, APR respirators, improvised shields, and face masks.”