VIDEO: Seattle Business Owner Grabs Firearm to Fend Off CHAZ Mob Showing Up to Free Suspected Thief

A chaotic scene occurred on Sunday night nearby the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) in Seattle when a business owner was confronted by an angry mob demanding that an alleged thief be released by the business owners.

The thief allegedly broke into the “Car Tender” business, stole property, and then set a fire within the building. The left-wing mob demanded that the alleged perpetrator be set free, and then stormed his business to enforce anarchy. The suspected thief was let go, and the business owner had to grab his firearm to ensure his safety.

The video can be seen here, courtesy of an independent reporter who caught the scene and interviewed a witness:

The business owners confirmed that the cops and fire department refused to show up to help them when they called, proving that ANTIFA, Black Lives Matter, and other left-wing thugs are literally running the streets of Seattle.

“At first, they made it sound like they were going to show up, but by the time I called them the 10th or 8th time… they basically told me they weren’t going to come,” he said.

“They have families that they have to go home to at the end of the day as well,” another individual said. “They can’t protect the people of this neighborhood without fearing for their life.”

The interview with the business owners can be seen here:

The situation became even more bizarre when the alleged criminal returned to the scene of the crime after being freed by the left-wing mob. The incident apparently happened right outside of the CHAZ zone:

CHAZ ultimately provided safe haven for the alleged criminal, making it clear that the anarchist collective is a safe haven for lawlessness and destruction:

The reporter is a supporter of the left-wing social justice cause but wants to fairly report on what is happening with CHAZ.

Big League Politics has reported on CHAZ extensively as left-wing extremism takes hold of Seattle, with predictable and terrifying consequences:

Capital Hill Autonomous Zone “warlord” Raz Simone was seen handing out guns to individuals he didn’t seem to know on Sunday night, a legally and ethically questionable decision. The Capital Hill Autonomous Zone is a self-declared anarchist commune that claims to be sovereign of the United States, contained within six blocks of downtown Seattle.

On the video, Simone hands at least one man an AR-15 style rifle, with one of his associates stating that the CHAZ “needs more people who know how to use firearms.”

Washington state requires possessors of so-called “assault weapons” to be above the age of 21, and criminalizes the transfer of these firearms to individuals who are not of the legal age. The ages of the individuals whom Raz seems to have arbitrarily given rifles to are unclear, but the transfers may be illegal under Washington law if they’re not 21. Private firearms transfers in Washington state are legal.

The man whom Simone gave a rifle to appeared somewhat unfamiliar with the AR platform, and the soundcloud rapper showed him how to activate the weapon’s magazine release.

Simone is a Seattle rap artist and AirBnB landlord. Reports from the CHAZ increasingly indicate that he’s set himself up as a de facto warlord of the commune, against the wishes of some leftists who see his rule as a violation of the CHAZ’s original anarchist principles.

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has given CHAZ her endorsement, as the logical endgame of leftist public policy comes to fruition.

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