Bikers, Oath Keepers Planning to “Retake” Seattle Autonomous Zone For America
A group of motorcyclists is pledging to retake Seattle’s Capital Hill Autonomous Zone for the United States, planning on dismantling the anarchist commune on the Fourth of July.
Seattle city authorities have steadfastly refused to enforce the territorial integrity of the United States and their city, instead opting to allow ANTIFA-linked militants to stake out a secessionist project openly advertising rebellion from the United States. The American motorcyclists intend to step in and fill the void left vacant by the city’s authorities, laying out their plans for the operation in a Facebook event.
“On July 4th, Independence Day,a coalition of patriot groups and all who want to join are going to retake the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone for America. antifa members are illegally occupying public property and terrorizing small businesses in the neighborhood. American patriots have agreed to come together again, remove the barricades illegally obstructing traffic, and free the people in the zone.”
The Bikers make it clear that the operation will avoid the use of force against the anarchists claiming the territory, instead dismantling the illegal barricades that the leftists set up to separate themselves from the United States.
“We are not going to hurt anybody, break the law etc. We are simply going to tear down the illegal barriers on public property, clean up the mess these communist kids made, and return the police station over to Seattle Police Department control”
ANTIFA-linked secessionists accustomed to being babied by the Seattle Police Department- which was seen humbly begging for the anarchists to permit them to reenter their own conquered police precinct this week- may have another thing coming if they plan on using their usual tactics of violence and intimidation against the motorcyclists.
Preliminary reports suggest that members of the Mongols MC and Hell’s Angels are already preparing to participate in the operation, which is slated to coincide with Independence Day on the Fourth of July.