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'Peaceful' CHAZ/CHOP protesters pull guns on Uber driver waiting near zone: 'Stuck them to my f***ing head'

Here's what's REALLY happening

Image source: 'Slightly Offens*ve' video screenshot

Reporting from the area formerly known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle, BlazeTV's Elijah Schaffer, host of "Slightly Offens*ve", spoke with a local Uber driver whose story paints a very different picture about the so called "peaceful protest" than we're hearing from the mainstream media and leftist politicians.

"I pulled up, I had a request up in the war-zone [CHAZ/CHOP]," the driver said. "There's two kids smoking a joint ... and they said you can't wait here. And I said, 'I'm Uber, I'm going to wait here.' And I said, 'This is America, I'll go where I want.' And they both pulled out guns and stuck them to my f***ing head."

The Uber driver described the confrontation taking a "personal" turn when protesters mocked him for being an "old white guy" and demanded he "get the f*** out of here."

"I'm all about protests, but not about rioting and all this stuff," he added.

Watch the video below for more details: (Content warning: Strong language)

Elijah joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Monday to elaborate on this and many other stories that reveal what's really going on inside Seattle's CHAZ or now called CHOP (Capitol Hill Occupied (or Organized) Protest).

Watch more in the video below:


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