It’s a shame that the mainstream media encourages anti-cop, anti-America protesters. These radicals all need to spend a month in a third-world nation so they can see what it’s like to be truly oppressed.
By the time lefties realize what they’ve done to the country, it’ll be too late.
Check this out, via Willamette Week:
Sinclair, 25, is an activist who works with with the workers’ rights group Portland Jobs With Justice. (That group is not directly connected to organizing the past week’s protests.) Sinclair, who wishes to be referred to by the gender pronouns they and them, has been involved in activism for years, including volunteering at the Portland Occupy ICE Camp in 2018. Sinclair was an organizer of a march May 31 that drew thousands of demonstrators. During Sunday’s rally, they led the group of over 1,000 demonstrators from Laurelhurst Park in Northeast Portland to downtown at the Justice Center. “We’re not here for apologies,” Sinclair said into a megaphone Sunday. “We’re here to dismantle, defund and completely destroy the police.” WW asked them about defying the pleas from city officials to stay off the streets. TESS RISKI.
Protest organizer claims their mission is the “abolition of the United States as we know it”
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) July 18, 2020
It was only a matter of time before some copycats tried to recreate Seattle’s CHOP Zone, and it’s finally happened. Protesters in the city of Portland have attempted to recreate the “autonomous zone” by setting up tents and attempting to barricade streets, proving once again these people are relentless.
Demonstrators started putting up the tents in the downtown area of Portland’s Lownsdale Square, which is located across the street from the federal Pioneer Courthouse. This is one of the federal properties that the Department of Homeland Security tried to protect by calling on federal officers several weeks ago.
From Fox News:
A camera at the Portland Standard Building showed protesters beginning to assemble tents late Tuesday night in the same park where “Occupy Portland” set up in 2011, KATU reported.
An unofficial Twitter page attributed to a group of anti-capitalist, anti-fascist teens who call themselves the Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front said protesters want to establish the Chinook Land Autonomous Territory, or CLAT, in downtown Portland. The Chinook people include several indigenous groups native to the Pacific Northwest.
— PNW Youth Liberation Front (@PNWYLF) July 15, 2020
*Originally published July 2020*