Seattle police offer stickers to ‘angry and sad’ Antifa group after protestors block cops inside PD


SEATTLE, WA– Seattle just survived one of the worst snow storms they have received in decades, and Antifa and anti-police protesters chose to make the officers lives at one precinct more difficult. 

As Law Enforcement Today reported, video has surfaced of an attempt to block Seattle Police vehicles inside of the East Precinct’s driveway, as anti-police protesters erected a snow barrier that briefly prevented officers from pulling out of the precinct driveway.

The event was openly planned on social media, with the groups calling for an “Antifa snowball fight” and staging the location at the East Precinct. 


In a video circulated on social media, an officer can be seen unsuccessfully attempting to drive over the three foot wall of snow that was created, to which the mob cheered and threw snowballs at the car.  

The ‘snow wall’ jammed the garage door sensor and prevented it from closing, prompting a response by Seattle Police Department (SPD) officers, the Post Millennial reported.

Video shows the first few minutes of the initial interaction between officers and protesters. 

Seattle Police Officers can be seen exiting their patrol vehicle, and officers exiting the precinct, to respond to the incident as Antifa mocked them.

Officer Souriall with the CRG Taskforce commanded stated:

“All of you have been given the orders, do you understand?” 

He went on to say:

“You cannot block police from exiting a precinct via a police vehicle.”

Of course one of the activists fired back by asking what laws they were breaking, to which officer Souriall responded, “Obstruction.”

Seattle Police officers formed a human wall to keep the childish group back as officers began removing the snow wall. Since these individuals chose to act like children, and perform a childish act, the officers began treating them as such, in a hysterical exchange. 

As is common, video’s were rolling as these protesters attempted to go toe to toe with officers, when one officer can be heard saying:

“You want a sticker too?” 

One member of the group responded:

“For what?” 

The officer was quick to offer an explanation, saying:

“Well, you seem a little angry and sad, and usually stickers make people feel better,”

The protester, sounding offended fired back:

“I’m not sad!” 

The officer then asked:

“You’re not?” 

Clearly caught off guard, the woman then responds:

“Not sad? No, I’m not sad,”

She continued:

“Am I angry? Yes.”

The officer hysterically states:

“Oh, okay, would you like a sticker?”

The Post Millennial reported that the stickers that were being given out were those commonly seen given to children. 

After shoveling the snow away from the garage door exit, Seattle Police officers left and the anarchist group dispersed for the night.

Seattle City Council and the Mayor’s office have yet to comment on Saturday night’s incident. 

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Here is the original story Law Enforcement Today brought you on the three foot snow wall that was created by the childish group. 

SEATTLE, WA – Video has surfaced of an attempt to block Seattle Police vehicles inside of the East Precinct’s driveway, as anti-police protesters erected a snow barrier that briefly prevented officers from pulling out of the precinct driveway.

The nonsense reportedly took place on the evening of February 13th, as video shows a handful of anti-police protesters cheering at the feat that they accomplished…which was piling up some snow in front of the precinct driveway.

Video captured during the idiocy showcases some of the protesters feigning innocuous behavior, with some claiming that they were just having a “snowball fight”.

In some of the footage, one can see that a police cruiser attempted to simply plow through and/or over the snow that was packed in front of the precinct driveway – which proved to be unsuccessful.

In same said video, the fact that these anti-police protesters were cheering at said effort betrays that this was an effort to antagonize police officers.

Additional police officers wound up responding to the area to clear out the anti-police protesters so that the snow could be cleared out and Seattle Police could go about their business as usual – but the interaction between police and the group that had gathered was of course contentious.

A video that was uploaded from the perspective of one of the anti-police protesters on Instagram showcased 15 minutes of this interaction, where claims of them, “just having a friendly snowball fight,” were touted.

One of the responding officers wasn’t in the mood to debate said framing or semantics, and instructed the crowd that it’s not legal to, “block police from exiting a police vehicle precinct.”

Of course, this spawned cries and clamoring from the anti-police group that they weren’t “blocking” the building or driveway and incessant whining ensued when police had to start physically motivating people to move away from the area.

For whatever reason, one of the anti-police protesters that joined in on the frankly juvenile display was on crutches who decided to become antagonistic with officers by trying to block one officer’s bodycam. Meanwhile, officers can be seen in the background shoveling the snow.

Now, the whole display appears to have only amounted to some back and forth between officers and the ridiculous obstruction that was erected by the anti-police crowd. But it’s also a complete act of buffoonery to literally block emergency vehicles under the guise of protesting.


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Because not only is it illegal, but it can also result in hindered police response times because now officers have to take time out of their shift to literally shovel snow instead of responding to active calls.

And what these top-notch cretins also put themselves at risk of while filming their exploits was the possibility of civil action if their efforts resulted in a delayed response by police to an emergency call where someone wound up getting hurt.

The whole ordeal is a perfect example of why the anti-police crowd is rife with nonsense and agitators trying to manufacture scenarios that can escalate.  

But then again, this is Seattle, Washington – so these antics are hardly surprising. 


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