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Omari Tahir Garret 2019

 

The Peoples Champion Fighter

"NO YOUTH JAIL!"

 

Omari Tahir Garrett Official Campaign Kickoff Announcement for City of Seattle City Council Position

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Omari Tahir Garrett  
For City Council

 

"NO YOUTH JAIL!"

STOP THE SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FROM TEACHING BLACK CHILDREN AND ALL CHILDREN THAT GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THOMAS JEFFERSON WERE CHAMPIONS OF “FREEDOM, JUSTICE, EQUALITY AND DEMOCRACY” WHEN THEY WERE IN FACT BRUTAL “TERRORIST”

 

THAT ENSLAVED UNFORTUNATE KIDNAPPED / TERRORIZED “CHRISTIANIZED” AFRICAN MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

 

RESTRUCTURE SEATTLE SCHOOL CURRICULUM AROUND ENTRY LEVEL CAREER / PERFORMANCE BASED EDUCATION.

 ACTIVIST

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LIMIT SEATTLE ARMED GOVERNMENT AGENTS (“POLICE”) TO 5 YEARS IN WHICH THEY MUST COMPLETE QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHER’S CERTIFICATE AND TEACH FOR 5 YEARS BEFORE RETURNING TO SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND INSTITUTE “STING OPERATIONS” TO CATCH CRIMINALS HIDING BEHIND GOVERNMENT ISSUES BADGES AND GUNS.

EDUCATOR

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$210 MILLION ($210,000,000) FOR CHILDREN’S JAIL / PRISON IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AND MUST BE STOPPED “BY ANY AND ALL MEANS NECESSARY

MENTOR

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Add to the list of people running for Seattle mayor the name Omari Tahir-Garrett, who served 21 months in prison for whacking former Seattle Mayor Paul Schell in the face with a megaphone in 2001. A jury convicted him of assault with a deadly weapon, though Tahir-Garrett maintains it was his fist, not his megaphone, that hit the former mayor in the face.

 

Tahir-Garrett, a longtime activist, was a candidate for mayor during the 2001 incident. In 2009, his son, Wyking Garrett, ran for mayor and lost in the primary.

 

Wyking Garrett said he’s still considering a run this year, as well. Tahir-Garrett said he expects that both father and son will join the race.

 

“We were the first father-son team to run against (former Mayor Greg) Nickels,” Tahir-Garrett said. “You gotta keep the dog and pony show going.”