You know that TV show called “Everybody Loves Raymond”?

Well, there’s a Seattle version called “Everybody Hates Jenny.”

It’s true, literally, everybody hates Mayor Jenny after her disastrous handling of the CHAZ/CHOP communist murder zone.

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So, the few conservatives in Seattle can’t stand her, business owners are livid, Democrats despise her, and progressives are absolutely loathing her right now.

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Mayor Jenny is currently experiencing the full-blown impact of the infamous #TrumpCurse…and things just went from bad to worse for this liberal loony tunes.

It seems everybody and their brother wants to recall Jenny…and one particular effort is nearly on its way, now that a Superior Court judge has approved a petition for a special election to recall Mayor Jenny.

From Hot Air

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan can’t be feeling terribly popular these days. No matter what she does (or in most cases, what she doesn’t do), people seem to be upset with her. Some of her city’s residents are so fed up that they’ve kicked off an effort to recall her from office. Well, there are multiple efforts, actually, but only one of them has made significant progress. That recall effort was challenged in court by the Mayor, but on Friday a Superior Court judge ruled that the recall effort can move forward, though only one of the original accusations was approved. (Associated Press)

A King County Superior Court judge has approved a petition for an election to recall Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.

The Seattle Times reports the ruling Friday on charges filed by a group of five people last month comes after weeks of local protests against racism and police brutality — sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Once any recall petition is approved, signatures are needed to qualify for a special election ballot. The petitioners must, within 180 days, collect valid signatures from a number of voters equal to 25% of the votes cast in the last election. In this case, signatures from more than 50,000 Seattle voters would be needed.

Something tells me they won’t have any problem getting signatures for this petition.

Mayor Jenny is in big political trouble, and if she does get the boot, the person taking her place will be in the same boat, because nobody in Seattle is happy right now.


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