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Seattle Radio Host Who Claims Protests Are Not Violent Does 180 After They Torch His Very Own Home

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‘A Seattle radio host believed that the protests in Seattle were peaceful. That was up until rioters attempted to burn down his apartment building.

Last month, ESPN radio host Paul Gallant replied to President Donald Trump on Twitter. The president was criticizing Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan (D) for allowing “the anarchists takeover of her city.” President Trump razzed Durkan over her comments that made light of riots in Seattle, especially when she called the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone a “block party” and said it would be a “summer of love,” a remark she later admitted she regretted uttering.’

Gallant responded to Trump tweet, which said:

‘Seattle Mayor says, about the anarchists takeover of her city, “it is a Summer of Love”. These Liberal Dems don’t have a clue. The terrorists burn and pillage our cities, and they think it is just wonderful, even the death. Must end this Seattle takeover now!’

Gallant seemed pretty sure that there was no violence in Seattle, tweeting back at Trump:

‘Walked through it last night out of curiosity and saw no burning, pillaging, or deaths. Chill dawg’

Yes, a few moments later … this weekend actually, it became undeniable, for Paul at least, that there was violent civil unrest in the city.  First, troublemakers set fire to a construction site which was working on the King County Youth Service Center/Judge Patricia H. Clark Children and Family Justice Center.

Then, out of control, what can only be described as ‘rioters’, IMHO, also decided it would be a great idea to wreck a Starbucks, breaking it’s windows, spray painting terrorist slogans on the building, looting the inside etc.

The Blaze went on to explain:

‘Sadly, the rioters attacked a Starbucks that had residential apartments above, and the fire forced the residents to evacuate the smoldering building. Unfortunately for Gallant, he lived above the Starbucks that was vandalized and set ablaze. Gallant said police officers instructed him to stay away from his home because there could be explosives inside the Starbucks.

Gallant was rightfully furious that his home had been attacked. The “Danny & Gallant” radio host was so concerned about the violence in Seattle that he said he felt the need to buy a gun to protect himself. “I feel like I need to buy a firearm, because clearly this is going to keep happening,” Gallant tweeted. “Enough is enough.”‘

Paul tweeted:

‘Came home to my apartment complex. The Starbucks underneath has been destroyed, and cops are telling us to stay away in case something explosive is inside.’

Now Gallant told his followers that he’s going to buy a firearm for protection.

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