Dems Continue Violence

PUBLISHED: 7:55 PM 9 Nov 2020

Biden Supporters Inaugurate Violence, One Murdered In Seattle, Another Fight In Madison

Many people believe it is because these people have no souls.

Sick. (Source: Unite YouTube Screenshot)

This weekend, as the media and democrats were trying to force a coup by declaring Joe Biden the president elect, Biden supporters and ‘activists,’ were busy shooting and beating each other.

The man physically assaults someone out of nowhere and the girl on the megaphone still has the audacity to say, “The last thing we wanna see is another black man getting arrested by the police.”

A fight just broke out here between Biden and BLM supporters here in Madison. pic.twitter.com/RNNV5otCkO

— Rebecca Brannon (@RebsBrannon) November 7, 2020

Capitol Hill Seattle reported:

One person was shot and killed early Sunday morning at 10th and Pike.

Seattle Fire reports the man died while paramedics were transporting him to Harborview. Seattle Police said the victim was a 31-year-old man.

A suspect was reported seen running from the area southbound of the shooting first reported around 1:08 AM.

Police made a vehicle stop near Broadway and Union but it is not clear if someone was taken into custody.

The search for the suspect was still underway following the stop and multiple people were detained. According to East Precinct radio, a suspect was identified but it is not clear if that person was taken into custody.

UPDATE: SPD posted a brief update Sunday morning:

Shortly after 1:00 AM, Seattle Police responded to reports of a shooting at that location. Upon arrival, officers located the male victim and began life-saving measures until the Seattle Fire Department took over primary care. The victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center but later succumbed to his injuries.

The shooting came as hundreds had celebrated the end of the 2020 presidential election through the day and night nearby along E Pine.

A handgun was reported picked up and taken from the scene by a witness who contacted police from a nearby residence, according to East Precinct radio reports.