Judge Decides Recall Petition Against Seattle Socialist Councilmember Can Go Forward

Judge Decides Recall Petition Against Seattle Socialist Councilmember Can Go Forward


On Wednesday, a presiding judge for King County Superior Court in Seattle, Washington ruled that the accusations against socialist Seattle councilmember Kshama Sawant were verifiable and serious enough to justify a recall petition. Judge Jim Rogers, whose family has lived in Seattle for four generations, and who served in the King County Prosecutor’s Office from 1994-2004, six years in the Special Assault Unit and three years in the Most Dangerous Offenders Project Unit (homicide unit), ruled that four of the six charges against Sawant warranted the continued recall effort, as the Seattle Times reported.

The charges against Sawant in the petition are, according to MyNorthwest:

That Sawant misused council resources to promote a ballot initiative in early February That she violated City hiring rules by giving decision-making authority to Socialist Alternative That she revealed the address of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s home to protesters who later marched to her home That she endangered City employees by admitting hundreds of protesters into City

Trending: BREAKING: Trump Responds, Demands Investigation Into Alleged Omar-Linked Ballot Harvesting Scheme

Continue reading

You Might Like

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!