Communist May Day Riots with Molotov Cocktails, Flying Bricks, and Other Fringe Favs

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Seattle had its usual celebratory events on May Day in honor of commies, socialists and various other fringe people.

Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse black-clad anticapitalist protesters authorities say hurled rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during yet another violent May Day gathering. At least five officers were injured.

The mayor of Seattle said he wants to see their free speech rights honored but he seems unable to discern riots from protests and free speech from commie violence.

The black-clad occupier-type commies and anarchists carried signs including one that said, “We Are Ungovernable.”

Some downtown businesses had earlier boarded up storefronts, anticipating violence. Police said there was some property damage, including broken windows at a residential building.

Police say nine people were arrested, including one juvenile female. Five of them were arrested for obstruction, three for assault, and one for destruction of property.

molotov cocktail at Seattle protests

Of the injured officers, one was struck by a rock in the head, one was injured, but not burned, by a Molotov cocktail, and one was bitten, USA Today reported.

CNN was funny. They said the mostly peaceful protests were “marred” by violence as if commie marches aren’t inherently marred by their nature.

They added, “The city is known for having particularly unruly May Days in recent years, but the observance is recognized around the globe,” said CNN, not mentioning it’s a violent communist holiday every year. Instead they began by saying, “May Day’s origins can be traced back to ancient times, when it was a Pagan festival celebrating spring.” Down in the article, they say it was a Socialist worker’s day and the US celebrates Labor Day, conflating the two.

In actuality, May Day is International Worker’s Day, which has its roots in Communism. After the Russian Revolution of 1917, the Veterans of Foreign Wars recognized May Day as Americanization Day in opposition to Communism. There is not much opposition any longer.

In Los Angeles, hundreds of May Day marchers took to the streets chanting slogans and carrying signs, and at least one Donald Trump piñata.

In San Francisco, hundreds of marchers rallied at Fisherman’s Wharf for illegal immigrant and workers’ rights and to demand justice for several criminals fatally shot by city police.

Across the bay in Oakland, close to 1,000 people marched in the Fruitvale district to raise awareness for workers, housing and illegal immigrant rights and denounce Trump.

Meanwhile, sSocial justice advocates in Durham, N.H., made the rejection of racism, xenophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment the themes of their annual rally.

Back to Seattle, my favorite commie city.

Here they are heading for COSTCO.

No May Day would be complete without the fake “real Americans.”

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It’s May Day! Happy Commie Day!

Photos for your album.

A protester is arrested in the Costco parking lot during the annual May Day Anti-Capitalist protest and march in Seattle Sunday May 1, 2016. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
A protester is arrested in the Costco parking lot during the annual May Day Anti-Capitalist protest and march in Seattle Sunday May 1, 2016.
(Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Sunday, May 1, 2016. Police yelled, “Get Backâ€ù then opened fire on a group of Anarchists with pepper spray who were trying to take a side street from the main group that were roaming in downtown Seattle in protest for May Day. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Sunday, May 1, 2016. Police yelled, “Get Backâ€ù then opened fire on a group of Anarchists with pepper spray who were trying to take a side street from the main group that were roaming in downtown Seattle in protest for May Day. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Black-clad anarchists get ready to step off from Westlake Park for the annual May Day Anti-Capitalist March in Seattle May 1, 2016. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Black-clad anarchists get ready to step off from Westlake Park for the annual May Day Anti-Capitalist March in Seattle May 1, 2016.
(Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Hundreds of May Day marchers chanting slogans and carrying signs - these say 'Immigrant Workers Want Respect"- and at least one Donald Trump piñata, take to the streets of Los Angeles, calling for immigrant and worker rights and decrying what they see as hateful presidential campaign rhetoric, Sunday, May 1, 2016. It's one of several events in cities nationwide to call for better wages for workers, an end to deportations and support for an Obama administration plan to give work permits to immigrants in the country illegally whose children are American citizens.(David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News via AP) LA TIMES OUT VENTURA COUNTY STAR OUT
Hundreds of May Day marchers chanting slogans and carrying signs – these say ‘Immigrant Workers Want Respect”- and at least one Donald Trump piñata, take to the streets of Los Angeles, calling for immigrant and worker rights and decrying what they see as hateful presidential campaign rhetoric, Sunday, May 1, 2016. (David Crane/Los Angeles Daily News via AP) LA TIMES OUT VENTURA COUNTY STAR OUT