Andy Ngo: My Terrifying 5 Undercover Days in CHOP
Barry Nussbaum: Welcome to ATP Report. I'm Barry Nussbaum. Did you know that the CHAZ Capitol Hill autonomous zone now retitled as the CHOP Capital Hill occupied protest was infiltrated by a reporter for five days? His report is shocking. He says police response time to 911 calls from the area surrounding the CHAZ, or CHOP, has now tripled. And with heavily armed civilians patrolling inside the CHOP, police are not going inside at all, according to Andy Ngo. And he described the self-proclaimed head of security in the area as a woman who goes by nickname Creature. She runs around with a team armed with rifles, handguns, batons, and knives. Her headquarters inside the zone is plastered with signs saying no photography allowed, while television crews who visit the zone during the day see a party atmosphere, but it's different after dark. A whole different side of crazy emerges. Quote, Some 30 thousand residents live inside the zone but have no say over their overlords, according to Ngo. Gunshots and screams of terror at night are being reported, unquote. The old Soviet communist hammer and sickle symbol is part of the graffiti. And left-wing groups like the Seattle Revolutionary Socialists are recruiting new members. Extremist groups distribute information pamphlets on the extremist anarchist-communist Agitprop. I'm not sure what that is. It's a political ideology, though, of Antifa. Andy Ngo says he was given a booklet with short essays on why police capitalism and the state must be destroyed by any means necessary, including through violence. And he reports they say, "Our, contempt for the media is inextricable from our hatred of this entire world." This is a real city in America ladies and gentlemen. It's Seattle, where the inmates have taken over the asylum. Please remember to subscribe to our free text message alerts by pulling out your cell phone and typing the message TRUTH and sending it to 88202. You'll be subscribed to our free service that will send you all of our shows directly to your phone, and it will take you about five seconds to sign up. By the way, it's always free. For ATP Report, I'm Barry Nussbaum.