Tucker makes travel ad for CHAZ; Chazistanis (CHA-SI-STAN-EES) in Seattle’s new ‘country’ beg for foreign aid

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Like many other normal appears, Fox News host Tucker Carlson is greatly enjoying the buffoonery and idiocy being seen in Seattle’s so-called Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ.

So much so that on Friday he ran a travel ad for the “anarchist utopia you never knew you needed” and a segment praising the Chazistanis, as he calls them, for their “triumph of perseverance over hardship.”

Watch the ad below:

The ad touted CHAZ for its “welcoming committee greeting you upon arrival” by harassing you, “luxury accommodations” like dirty tents, “thought-provoking artwork” (i.e. mindless graphiti), aggressive “masked men with guns” who are in fact untrained soy boys and you get the picture.

It seems like for the people of an allegedly powerful new nation, the Chazistanis within Seattle’s so-called Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone are, well, morons. Morons who seem to be awfully dependent on foreign ad.

So much so that Chazistanis have been using Twitter, a powerful communication medium developed by the neighboring country of America, to beg other nations such as America to deliver much-needed supplies to them.

Case in point:

Included among the supplies that the citizens of the great nation of CHAZ need are cigarettes, lighters, Gatorade, phone cards, body lotion and clothes …

You’d think a burgeoning nation would be keen on building some factories and manufacturing its own goods, but apparently the denizens of the socialist regime of CHAZ would rather suck off the teat of other nations. How utterly shocking.

But before you lend any money or supplies to the citizens of CHAZ, do take some time to heed this warning from renowned Hollywood actor James Woods:

Does he have a point? Yes, because it turns out that CHAZ isn’t even a real nation — it’s an illegal occupation no different than the one executed at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge by Ammon Bundy four years ago. That one ended violently.

According to the Ludwig von Mises Institute for Austrian Economics, the so-called Chazistani people’s occupation of Seattle Capitol Hill neighborhood directly affects “the undisputed private property all around them.”

“The Seattle government has thoroughly controlled the roads and police using funds forcibly taxed from Seattle residents,” the institute notes. “Capitol Hill residents, businesses, and visitors rely and depend on existing understandings and contractual arrangements.”

Thus their occupation of the neighborhood is illegal and the city’s “right to evict the CHAZ protesters clearly supercedes any ‘right’ to conflate occupation with protest.”

Tough break, kids …

What remains unclear is when the occupation will end. Unlike the Bundy occupation, which was attacked relentlessly by the left-wing media, the CHAZ occupation has been embraced not only by media figures but Democrat politicians as well.

When asked this week how long the occupation will be allowed to continue, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that it could wind up being an entire “summer of love.”

Listen:

Yet on-the-ground reports suggest that it’ll be a summer of hell instead.

“Our 911 response times have tripled in the area. They’ve gone from just over five minutes to about 18 minutes. … Rapes, robberies and all sorts of violent acts have been occurring in the area that we’re not able to get to,” Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said in a statement to reporters Thursday.

Asst. Chef Deanna Nollette added that she’s “heard anecdotally reports of citizens and businesses being asked to pay a fee to operate within this area. This is the crime of extortion.”

According to local journalist Jason Rantz of Seattle station KTTH, Chazistanis have also been harassing and assaulting those with differing views.

“Right now it’s too violent for us to go in,” he revealed during an appearance late Thursday on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“It’s a little bit too scary for us to go in, because when you go in and you have a different opinion than what they’d like to be seen on video, they end up harassing you and they assault you. I have a friend who’s a news reporter who got assaulted just two nights ago.”

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President Donald Trump has for his part threatened to send in national authorities to deal with the so-called Chazistanis.

Speaking on Fox News’ “Bill Hemmer Reports” this Friday, however, former Washington, D.C. police detective Ted Williams encouraged Trump to just back off and let local leaders handle the situation, for better or worse.

“This is a state and local matter that should be taken care of,” he said.

But therein lies the key, because if the left-wing leaders of Washington and Seattle fail to deal with the occupation, it could hurt the Democrat Party on a national level.

“We have right now, in Seattle, anarchy,” Williams added. “We have armed demonstrators holding up an eight-block area in Seattle there and they are demanding free education, they are demanding the disbandment of the police department, these kinds of things are things that cannot take place or it is unrealistic. I’ve got to disagree [with the idea] we should just let this peter out. It’s not going to peter out.”

Indeed, and assuming the American people en masse feel similarly — why wouldn’t they? — how will the public view the Democrat Party if and when it fails to stop this insane occupation of Seattle? #FoodForThought.

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