Radio host mocked Trump by claiming Seattle is peaceful, then rioters torched his apartment building
Seattle radio host and Twitter-based criminal defense advocate Paul Gallant "dunked" on President Donald Trump last month by denying that the riots are violent, then the radio host was scored on by rioters who set fire to his apartment. Now he's taking up arms.
"Walked through it last night out of curiosity and saw no burning, pillaging, or deaths," Gallant responded in June to Trump's tweet calling out the violent leftists who continue to terrorize Seattle. "Chill dawg," Gallant added sarcastically.
Last night, Gallant had a sudden change of heart towards the "peaceful protestors" when he came home to his apartment complex vandalized. He found the Starbucks underneath torched with graffiti plastered on the storefront. Cops told residents to stay away in case of explosives inside.
Well, it must be your fault for living in a racist apartment. But it was still a "mostly peaceful" riot, right?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. pic.twitter.com/OOJgzUmusk— Paul Gallant (@GallantSays) July 25, 2020
"I feel like I need to buy a firearm, because clearly this is going to keep happening. Enough is enough," Gallant furiously typed.But the schadenfreude is delicious.
Not In My Back Yard is a hard red pill to swallow.