[Ed. – She’s a mother hen type. She also encourages protesters to button up their coats when the weather turns cold.]
As attacks against law enforcement surge, one Snohomish councilmember posted a “good reminder” to use Molotov cocktails. And the local police union is livid.
Snohomish County Councilmember Megan Dunn, a Democrat representing the county’s 2nd district, posted the offensive imagery and message on her personal Facebook account. After an uproar, she deleted the post, but it was already screenshot and distributed.
Dunn denies that it encourages violence, claiming it’s simply a “counter-culture cross stitching project.”
Councilmember Dunn’s controversial post showed an image of a stitching that shows a Molotov cocktail. The text reads, “Be the LIGHT you want to see in the WORLD.” In her post, she wrote that it is “not my stitch project but a good reminder.”
It’s a good reminder us to use Molotov cocktails? What an absolutely vile and dangerous message. The image isn’t posted in a bubble.