Ubax Gardheere is running for the King County Council in the Seattle area, naturally. In Seattle, the more radical you are, the better your chances to win. However, even the biggest liberal voter might find this to be a bridge too far.
The incident occurred in 2010 when she hopped on a loaded school bus and began lecturing the children on the plight of Somalians in America.
Perhaps if Somalians would try to fit in rather than insisting on their agenda over US law and the constitution. You don’t go to dinner at a friend’s house and then insist they abide by your rules. Ilhan Omar is a Somalian. And you can see what she thinks of the United States. Last week she accused us of perpetrating horrendous atrocities.
Gardheere is the director of the Equitable Development Division in Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development. They work with various groups on “anti-displacement efforts. She works extensively in BIPOC parts of town. BIPOC stands for Black, Indigenous, People of Color.
Her campaign website states:
“She prioritizes working in community development and building an inclusive vision with many of Seattle’s BIPOC, low-income, and working-class communities. She believes all humans deserve respect, safety, shelter, and economic opportunity.”
But, in 2010, Gardheere boarded a loaded school bus on its way to the Chinook Middle School. Shem ordered the bus driver to tell his dispatcher ‘that a national security incident was going on. Then she began yelling at the students and lecturing them on Somalians.
The school bus driver then ordered Gardheere off the bus. She refused to go and then she told the driver that she may have a bomb and gun on her. She pointed out to the diver that when was wearing loose clothing could conceal weapons.
Deputy prosecutor Gretchen Holmgren wrote to the King County court:
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“While speaking with the middle school students, the defendant stated that she might have a bomb and might have a gun. When students attempted to escape out the back of the bus, she called them cowards and told them they would be responsible if something happened to their classmates.”
“Several students believed she had a weapon of some kind and many feared for their lives.”
Despite the tough talk, she allowed Gardheere to plead the felonies down to misdemeanors that saved her from serious prison time. So much for justice.