Portland mayor stands by decision to allow Antifa to block traffic, hassle motorists

Washington Times

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler came under fire over a viral video showing Antifa protesters blocking traffic and harassing drivers, but he says he supports the decision by police to watch from a distance without getting involved.

“I was appalled by what I saw in the video, but I support the Portland Police Bureau’s decision not to intervene,” he said at a Friday press conference. “This whole incident will be investigated.”  

The video posted by journalist Andy C. Ngo showed protesters, including members of Antifa and Black Lives Matter, blocking an intersection and attempting to direct traffic at while officers on motorcycle watched from a block away.

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4 thoughts on “Portland mayor stands by decision to allow Antifa to block traffic, hassle motorists

  1. I wonder if kate “commie carpet muncher” brown has passed down orders to the goons to not engage pantifa so that they may stir the pot? Someone is going to light the fuse eventually and they no doubt have a canned reaction waiting in the wings for such an “unforeseen tragedy”. It will be blamed on anybody but the commie agitators, of course.

  2. The full blown civil war will give them their organism. It’s the old, fight each other so we don’t fight them. Keep the spotlight on people who don’t agree with you and not on those who are enslaving you. Really hate each other so you don’t hate them. Hate is great for civil war.

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