Video: Antifa Terrorists In Portland Attack The North Precinct And Try To Establish An Autonomous Zone – Police Standing Around Watching Them

Portlanders protested in city streets and parks Thursday on the one-month anniversary of George Floyd’s death, which gave rise to a global movement calling for police reforms to protect Black people.

Hundreds of people in Portland have protested every night since late May in solidarity with others around the world. Floyd died May 25 in Minneapolis after a white police officer knelt on Floyd’s neck and did not stop as Floyd pleaded for air and ultimately went unconscious.

But there is a difference between protesters and terrorists.

Antifa rioters have brought barricades & stolen property to build walls outside Portland Police North Precinct. They occupied the space & tried to recreate another autonomous zone like the one they did outside Ted Wheeler’s condo. A separate mob is demonstrating downtown.

Later in the night, Antifa & BLM rioters have amassed outside the Portland Police North Precinct. They’ve vandalized the property. In the video below, they spray paint the security camera to cheers and applause from the mob. Police are observing but not responding.


Another proof of Portland’s mayor incompetance:


They used cars as barricades to fortify barriers around their new “autonomous zone” by the Portland Police North Precinct. They’ve also established a “quiet strip” for comrades to sleep.

Things got of control as Antifa announced that they will burn more cities.

Andy Ngo who was on field reported that Portland looks like a war zone right now:

Some Portland resident tweeted out that ANTIFA set fire to a black-owned hair salon. Some BLM members tried to stop it a little too late.

These actions are the actions of terrorists!

Natalie Dagenhardt

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