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New cement and wood barricades bear the name CHOP, Tuesday, June 16, 2020, inside what has been named the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest zone in Seattle. The city put the barriers in place Tuesday in hopes of defining an area where emergency, delivery, and other vehicles can travel through the area while still preserving space for protesters, who have been there since police pulled back from near the department’s East Precinct after recent clashes with people protesting the death of George Floyd. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

 

The age of outrage.

A small crowd had gathered to hear a street preacher in Seattle on Tuesday. Suddenly, a young woman from CHAD/CHOP appears to steal the show. She is wearing an orange peel as a face mask.

The problem with using an orange peel as a face mask is that it makes speech difficult, forcing its wearer to use their body to convey their emotions. As in a game of charades.

Clutching the orange peel to her face, this obviously angry woman performs a pair of what appear to be round house kicks (if I recall correctly from my karate days). She pauses, moves her head back so the orange peel will remain attached to her face, freeing her hand to give the preacher a heartfelt middle finger.

Once she’s gotten that out of her system, she stomps off. But alas, out of the corner of her eye, she spots someone recording her with their cell phone. She abruptly moves toward the camera and is last seen delivering a punch to this individual.

Future Seattle Mayor maybe?

Elizabeth Vaughn
Writer at RedState
MBA, former financial consultant, options trader
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