Seattle CHOP Leaders Tell Protestors to Go Home, Vote for “Revolutionary” Candidate Joe Biden

Seattle CHOP CHAZ leaders tell protestors to go home and vote for Joe Biden in upcoming election

Seattle CHOP leaders are now instructing protestors to go home and vote for “revolutionary change” by electing Joe Biden.

Far-left activist demonstrators have been occupying the 6-block area of downtown Seattle for weeks, but after weeks of violent anarchy, with two people being shot in the space of 48 hours, leaders are urging everyone to disband.

According to reports, police are likely to return to take back the SPD East Precinct that was taken over by rioters early next week.

“The CHOP project is now concluded,” a message posted on the official CHOP Twitter account said.

“While we expect a very small handful of holdouts may try to remain in the CHOP no further organizing will be occurring to support this presence and the number on-site will be too small to be more than an annoyance for pedestrians rather than a zonal blockade.”

Summit.news reports: Andre Taylor, whose brother was killed by Seattle police in 2016, suggested that violence in the area had diluted the message organizers were trying to get across.

“If there was no violence you should’ve stood there for as [long as] you wanted to stay there, but the violence creates a different narrative where the people in authority have to look at it differently,” Taylor told KING-TV.

The message concluded by urging protesters to vote for “revolutionary change” by electing Joe Biden, a strange directive given that Biden is a veteran of the political establishment.

Despite Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan declaring the occupation to be a “summer of love,” violent crime skyrocketed by 300% and residents reported hearing gunshots and the screams of women likely being raped on a regular basis.

After numerous complaints from locals who said they were living in fear of their safety, Durkan was forced to do a 180 and order cops back in to reclaim control.

CHOP, which always felt like some weird chimera of the Burning Man festival and Charlie Manson’s Spahn Ranch, is over.

In summary, the utopian experiment has once again proved that Communism, on whatever scale it is attempted, always descends into violent mob rule.