Political Analyst:SandraLee has professional experience as a writer, producer and public speaker. She is the author of Dear Donald: Letters From A Loving Deplorableand advocates for conservative women in the United States.”President Donald Trump took aim at Seattle again on Sunday, calling the leadership there weak and saying the “Fake News Media” purposely ignores the “radical Left takeover” in the city for political gain.”
“Does anyone notice how little the Radical Left takeover of Seattle is being discussed in the Fake News Media. That is very much on purpose because they know how badly this weakness & ineptitude play politically,” Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon.
“The Mayor & Governor should be ashamed of themselves. Easily fixed!”-Newsmax
In the six blocks seized by Seattle protesters, there was plenty of confusion this weekend as some seek to change the name of the self-proclaimed Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone to Capitol Hill Organized (or Occupied) Protest.
“This is not an autonomous zone. We are not trying to secede from the United States,” one protester, Maurice Cola, said Saturday afternoon in a video interview circulating on Twitter.
Some sidewalks showed chalk lettering featuring the new CHOP branding.
A group of people entered the perimeter Saturday carrying large American flags. A melee broke out and some protesters occupying the zone tried to rip the flags from their hands.-FoxNews
BIO:SandraLee has been writing all of her life. During her junior year at Skidmore College, Ms. Lee won a Mademoiselle Magazine fiction contest and then represented the college as a campus reporter for Mademoiselle. Sandra served as editor of school newspapers and yearbooks. She wrote lyrics for dozens of songs, some of which were recorded on Columbia, RCA Victor and Laurie Records. She received her BA in English from Skidmore College and her Masters in Visual and Performing Arts. She studied acting at The Actor’s Institute in New York City. She created, produced and hosted over four hundred television programs which aired to an audience of over a million viewers. Sandra taught English, Theater, Public Speaking, Acting, Film and Creative Writing. Most recently, in Ohio, she was the publisher and editor of The Women’s Journal.