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All Woke Up: Reality hits back

Empower Wisconsin | July 28, 2020

It’s hard when the woke are forced to wake up. 

Sports talk host Paul Gallant at 710 ESPN, Seattle once told President Trump to “Chill dawg” after the prez criticized Seatle’s criminally woke mayor —  who insisted  anti-police mobs were bringing back the “Summer of Love.” 

“Walked through it last night out of curiosity and saw no burning, pillaging, or deaths. Chill dawg,” Gallant, one of a seemingly endless line of ESPN liberals, declared. His June 12 tweet referenced the “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP),” or the anarchical portion of Seattle previously known as “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ).”

Well, Gallant wasn’t so chill, dawg, on Saturday when he posted photos of the damage rioters did to the Starbucks next to his apartment complex. 

Another round of riots in response to Trump sending in agents to protect federal property, smashed portions of Seattle and the the lib sports talk host’s quaint notion of “peaceful protests.”

 “I feel like I need to buy a firearm, because clearly this is going to keep happening. Enough is enough. It looks like a block party down the street from me. Really angry right now,” Gallant tweeted. The “chill” lib added that he and the cat were “g’ing t f out. (Getting the f*%& out.” 

That’s how a lot of Americans in left-wing led cities feel these days watching their stores looted, their government buildings burned, and their neighborhoods shot up. 

But it took damage to a Starbucks next door to get this woke talk show host’s dander up. 

Waking up is hard to do, Paul. 

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