Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is mad as all get out. The same woman who had no problem with antifa and BLM terrorizing Seattle and setting up an occupied zone known as CHAZ or CHOP where the chief of police say they were terrorizing those living inside their zones got quite angry when they showed up at her house, led by commie city council member, Kshama Sawant.
Durkan is now calling for an investigation into Sawant not only for that but for giving her key to city hall to the rioters and helping them take control of the building. Durkan wants the city council to consider kicking Sawant off the council for her connections to the rioters. I love it when the far left eats it's own. Who says cannibalism is all bad?
Durkan was the thug's best friend until she realized that allowing them to remain in CHOP would mean more shootings. Even if she is acting to eliminate CHOP in slow motion.
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 the novel coronavirus pandemic. Durkan said Sawant’s actions put the safety of protesters and city workers at risk.
Other actions Durkan brought up included accusing Sawant of leading a march to her home even though her address was “protected under the state confidentiality program” and of using her office to promote a ballot initiative. Sawant has for the past several months been holding rallies and events around her Tax Amazon movement.
In the letter, Durkan notes the council can “punish or expel a member for disorderly or otherwise contemptuous behavior.”
“The City Council may choose to ignore and dismiss her actions, but I think that undermines public confidence in our institutions,” Durkan said.