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Seattle City Government Hires Ex-Pimp To Be “Street Czar” With $150,000 Payment

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Andre Taylor Is A Thug Who Ran Girls For Cash, Impregnated His Call Girls, And Can Now Add Being Contacted By The Government To His Resume

When asked why the city was paying an ex-pimp to run the streets of Seattle, Sam Read, a spokesman for the Department of Neighborhoods, claimed it was a means to build a partnership with organizations representing the black community. The best organization they could find was apparently run by a career criminal.

“You ain’t strong enough to stop whatever I’m doing,” Taylor said in webcast from just this past June. He then goes on to discuss how, while working as a pimp, he impregnated some of the women who he sold out on the streets. (video below)

“We decided [to be] like the mafia”

In 1999, Taylor was featured in the documentary American Pimp which examined the “pimping subculture” in America. “We decided we were going to be in this subculture, like the mafia, whether you like it or not. It wasn’t about you…we knew you considered us the waste of the world from the beginning,” Taylor said.

He became a prominent Seattle figure after his brother, a convicted rapist, robber, and drug dealer was shot and killed by police while reaching for a handgun.

This isn’t the first time the city has paid Taylor, either. In 2019, he and his group were paid $100,000 to host an event called “Conversations With The Street.”

No, this isn’t that 1988 Eddie Murphy flick.

Local news pathetically dropped the ball and failed to research Taylor’s background, opting instead to describe him as an “activist.”

“The city of Seattle has entered into a contract with Andre Taylor, a high-profile civic activist who will become the city’s first “Street Czar,” a role that has come under fire from some in the community. Under the terms of the year-long contract, the city will pay Taylor and his group, called Not This Time, $150,000 to provide “expertise and support services in de-escalation, community engagement, and alternatives to policing.” The city’s contract was first reported by Publicola.” – KOMONews

The city offered Taylor and his group, “Not This Time,” the contract way back in June, effectively demonstrating that the riots served as an extortion measure to provide lowlife gutter-scrapers like Taylor an opportunity to siphon tax-payer dollars into their own coffers. Taylor apparently balked at their initial offer, saying the city “can’t put a price tag on going into community meetings and having sit downs with gang members.” He eventually signed a deal late in July.

And as Seattle mulls over how to manage their plan to defund the police, it’s hard to picture a more imaginative way for them to waste even more money in the future.

Social workers? That’s been one-upped. What’s worse than paying a literal criminal to fulfill the role of “street Czar?” Nationalist Review is sure they’ll think of something.

There’s no such thing as a nonviolent pimp. It’s a business riddled drugs and rape and abuse and murder. Taylor has almost certainly had a hand in at least some of that.

Taylor’s Brother: Che Taylor, A Rapist, Robber, And Drug Dealer, Was Killed By The Police

Che Taylor

Taylor rose to spotlight following the death of his brother, who died during an attempted arrest for drug possession. The younger Taylor had previously been convicted of rape and robbery and had outstanding drug warrants.

The shooting was lawful, and a handgun was recovered from the scene of the shooting.

Brett MacDonald

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