Mayor Jenny Durkan who allowed Antifa and BLM to run wild through the streets of Seattle and who defended the occupation of six square blocks of the city by calling it a block party.
And assuring citizens that it would be a summer of love, is now wanting the openly Marxist city council member Kshama Sawant investigated and possibly removed from office.
It seems that Sawant led protesters to Durkan’s house, where she said it put her kids and family in danger.
She also alluded to a time earlier in the protests when Sawant allegedly gave rioters her key to city hall and allowed them to take over the building.
BLM is angry at Durkan because she is ending the CHOP section of the city albeit in very slow motion after several people have been shot inside the occupied territory.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best has been complaining about rapes and robberies occurring within its confines with the police being hobbled to protect the victims.
Mayor Jenny Durkan in a letter Tuesday called for the Seattle City Council to investigate councilmember Kshama Sawant, accusing her of taking actions that “undermines the safety of others.”
“As leaders of the City, it is incumbent upon all of us to bring people together in one of the City’s most challenging times,” Durkan wrote in the letter addressed to Council President M. Lorena González.
“However, I have deep concerns about the continued actions of a Councilmember that I am requesting that you and the Council exercise your duties as described below.”
In the two-page letter, Durkan pointed to Sawant’s actions earlier this month in letting hundreds of protesters fighting against police brutality and systemic racism into City Hall, which she said was closed to the public due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Durkan said Sawant’s actions put the safety of protesters and city workers at risk.