Seattle Antifa Rally Doesn’t Last Long as Cops Tear Through Pitiful Umbrella Wall

Seattle Antifa Rally Doesn’t Last Long as Cops Tear Through Pitiful Umbrella Wall


Seattle police were able to quickly dispense with a wall of umbrellas being manned by protesters on Labor Day.

KIRO-TV reported a large crowd, about 300 strong, had marched from Seattle’s International District, located on the south side of downtown, to the Seattle Police Officers Guild building.

Protesters blocked traffic going north and south on 4th Avenue South, which runs in front of the guild building.

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“Police said they arrested a number of rioters outside of the police union building because they refused to disperse after throwing rocks, bottles and homemade explosives at police,” KIRO-TV reported.

According to citizen journalist Katie Daviscourt, members of the far-left coalition of so-called “anti-fascist” groups known as antifa were among the protesters, as were Black Lives Matter activists.

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