Huge! Socialist Community Organizer Faces Legal Recall For Insurrection Activism

Posted by on April 2, 2021 6:03 pm
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The Washington state Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that efforts to recall Socialist Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant are legal, and that is good news for America who has been in a quiet Marxist revolution for long enough.

“Sawant, a socialist representing Capitol Hill and the Central District, faced a recall after being accused of abusing her office by letting a large group of protesters into city hall last year with her passkey, using city resources in promoting a ballot initiative to impose taxes on Amazon, and outsourcing decisions regarding the hiring and firing of city employees to her party’s executive committee,” The Epoch Times reported.

The Seatle Times reported on the matter:

“Recall petitioners now have 180 days to collect more than 10,000 signatures from residents of Sawant’s Council District 3. If they collect the signatures, a recall election — an up-or-down vote on Sawant — would be held, either with the general election in November or by early next year.

It could be the first effort to recall a Seattle City Council member to reach voters. A search of municipal archives by the City Clerk’s office couldn’t find any recall elections for a council member.

The recall effort, launched by Seattle resident Ernest Lou.”

ENOUGH OF THE MARXIST REVOLUTION

Hopefully, establishing a pattern that will we will see happening everywhere, Sawant is being scrutinized for using her public office for personal drama and creating disruptive political theater, ignoring her charge to serve the public, not perform for the public.

From her BIO, we can see a pattern of third world mentality coming out, which has apparently caused voters to have enough of her nonsense:

“Sawant is an economist who has served on the Seattle City Council since 2014. She is a member of Socialist Alternative. A former software engineer, Sawant became an economics instructor in Seattle after immigrating to the United States from her native India.”

From MyNorthWest.com:

“Socialist Seattle city councilmember Kshama Sawant’s office withheld a claim about death threats, an issue she said the city didn’t take seriously, in order to get more news coverage.

Sawant complained at the time that a series of email threats she received were being ignored by police and city officials. She demanded a more urgent law enforcement response, effectively asking for (and receiving) special treatment.

But in a series of text messages obtained by the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH, Sawant’s staff withheld the release of a letter and press release to city leaders for nine days. They feared they wouldn’t get enough press coverage.”

According to Wikipedia, Socialist Alternative is a violent Marxist group:

Trotskyist political party in the United States. It describes itself as a Marxist organization,[1] a revolutionary party fighting for a socialist world, and says that capitalism cannot be made to work for the working class.

Socialist Alternative’s highest-profile public representative is Seattle City Councillor Kshama Sawant, who was elected in November 2013.”

NOTE ‘PERMANENT REVOLUTION’

From Wikipedia:

Trotskyism is the political ideology and branch of Marxism developed by Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky. Trotsky self-identified as an orthodox Marxist and BolshevikLeninist. He supported founding a vanguard party of the proletariatproletarian internationalism, and a dictatorship of the proletariat based on working-class self-emancipation and mass democracy. Trotskyists are critical of Stalinism as they oppose Joseph Stalin‘s theory of socialism in one country in favor of Trotsky’s theory of permanent revolution. Trotskyists also criticize the bureaucracy that developed in the Soviet Union under Stalin.

If America can finally begin to understand what we have been up against, there may be some hope of healing our country.

 

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