It’s getting close to three months of consecutive nightly violence in Portland, that was at one time approved by Portland’s Democrat Mayor, Ted Wheeler. He actually joined the rioters as they tried to set fire to a federal courthouse. READ: WATCH: Portland Mayor Joins Violent ‘Protest’; Booed by Protesters, Tear Gassed by Feds
But the left wing extremists have turned their attention from downtown Portland to its residential area. Last night, hundreds of left-wing anarchists stormed a suburb of Portland shining lights into homes and going up to their bedrooms windows and screaming at people to get up.
The Daily Wire Reports:
Journalist Andy Ngo identified them as being part of antifa. The far-left activists wore black and carried shields, at least one of which could briefly be seen with a hammer and sickle symbol on it.
“Out of your house, into the streets!” the activists screamed as they marched through the residential neighborhood. They repeated the chant countless times throughout the area.
Lots more to read if you are interested. READ: Leftists Storm Suburbs, Shine Lights Into Homes While Screaming: ‘Out Of Your House, Into The Streets!’
Protestors screaming for people to get out of their homes:
Left wing extremists screaming “Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter!” and “Stolen Land! Stolen Land! Stolen Land! Stolen people!”
Of course, the rioters were peaceful:
Democrat Mayor Ted Wheeler says that these peaceful rioters are really starting to annoy him, but if he actually wanted to stop these peaceful riots and protect the residents and businesses of Portland, he could call in the National Guard or even ask the Federal Government for help.
Of course, this doesn’t help. READ: Portland City Council defunds police bureau by $15 million. You could argue there was one positive note as the vote wasn’t unanimous, except the one commissioner who voted no, voted that way because the cuts weren’t deep enough.
More examples of peaceful rioters, this time in Florida. READ: St. Pete protester caught with Molotov cocktail, loaded gun, police say