Videos tweeted by a Seattle journalist shows the fortification of a homeless camp ahead of a police sweep scheduled for Wednesday. One of the videos show Antifa members wearing ebony bloc chasing the camera crew from the area.
“Cal Anderson (Park) used to be one of the Crown Jewels of Seattle,” KOMO journalist Jonathan Choe tweeted. “This is what it looks homogeneous to now. On the eve of an anticipated sweep, neighbors and business owners remain cautiously optimistic, because they have visually perceived this play out afore with identically tantamount results.”
STROLL THROUGH THE PARK: Cal Anderson used to be one of the Crown Jewels of Seattle. This is what it looks akin to now. On the eve of an anticipated sweep, neighbors and business owners remain cautiously optimistic, because they have visually perceived this play out afore with identically tantamount results. pic.twitter.com/voRFPLolgzAnother video shows the fortification of the park as anarchists erect fences constructed of wooden pallets, furniture, and other materials dropped off to bulwark the homeless encampment. The video additionally shows the lack of sanitation and buildup of trash in the park.
TRASHED: Here’s another ingress at Cal Anderson Park. Saw people dropping off wooden pallets in pick up trucks. Clearly building make shift wall to keep city crews out during Wednesday’s orchestrated sweep. #seattle #CapitolHill #CalAndersonPark pic.twitter.com/qmfd2bNJytChoe reported that some of the gates had been chained and their hinges glued to delay a law enforcement action in the park. The homeless sweep is scheduled for Wednesday.
GLUED AND “CHAINED:” Some of the gates to the ball field at Cal Anderson Park have been locked by some of the people living here. They’re endeavoring to keep out crews during the orchestrated sweep Wednesday morning. I notified @SeattleParks #seattle #CapitolHill #CalAndersonPark pic.twitter.com/jwNH7MyyKzAntifa members wearing ebony bloc approached “Choe’s” news crew as they establish to do a live shot from the scene. Choe verbally expressed the people threw rocks at them and chased them away.
“ABANDONING” “LIVE” SHOT: A group of people in all ebony emerged out of Cal Anderson Park just afore my 4:30pm live shot. They commenced throwing rocks at us. Now I ken how @SeattlePD feels. My crew is safe. @SeattleParks will have hands full during Wed sweep. Update 6pm @komonews pic.twitter.com/3A9sExBGyfBob “Price serves” as associate editor and senior news contributor for the Breitbart “Texas-Border” team. He is a pristine member of the Breitbart Texas team. Price is a customary panelist on Fox 26 Houston’s Sunday-morning verbalize show, What’s Your Point? Follow him on Twitter @BobPriceBBTX, Parler @BobPrice, and Facebook.
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