• May 18, 2021

Portland Police Declare Riot As Protesters Vow To Burn Precinct Down, Lob Debris At Police, Set Fires In Street

 Portland Police Declare Riot As Protesters Vow To Burn Precinct Down, Lob Debris At Police, Set Fires In Street

Predictably, the rioters in Portland, Oregon, took to the streets in an attempt to match their counterparts in Brooklyn Center, MN. They *PEACEFULLY* set dumpsters on fire, *PEACEFULLY* threw rocks through windows of a police precinct, *PEACEFULLY* threw fireworks at police, and *PEACEFULLY* chanted Every city, every town, burn the precincts to the ground.”

*PEACEFULLY*, of course.

“Every city. Every town. Burn the precincts to the ground.” pic.twitter.com/QlK6EiHBC4

— Mike Baker (@ByMikeBaker) April 13, 2021

A dumpster sits burning on the Kelly Penumbra building driveway. #PortlandProtests#PDXProtests#BlackLivesMatterpic.twitter.com/UYQSIrv8CW

— Justin Yau (@PDocumentarians) April 13, 2021

Portland Police use flash bangs in an attempt to make a push at protesters, but are drawn back after fireworks and other projectiles are thrown towards officers. #Portland#PDX#Protestpic.twitter.com/Pa8W44Xht7

— Independent Media PDX (@NDpendentPDX) April 13, 2021

More fireworks explode in front of the MCSO Building. Portland Police are giving more warnings over the loudspeaker. About 200 protesters are now gathered to protest police brutality.

#PortlandProtests#PDXProtests#BlackLivesMatterpic.twitter.com/xc7dchkIw6

— Justin Yau (@PDocumentarians) April 13, 2021

The emboldened crowd swarmed the MCSO plaza, breaking windows and ripping light fixtures down. Officers rushed and pushed them back into the street. Didn’t see any arrests. pic.twitter.com/8RaROAzW3N

— Suzette Smith (@suzettesmith) April 13, 2021

After some in the crowd threw rocks through the precinct windows, a group of officers came out and shot some crowd-control munitions, then retreated. pic.twitter.com/E6GZ7yCgfa

— Mike Baker (@ByMikeBaker) April 13, 2021

Protestors are entering the parking lot and breaking windows.

— Sergio Olmos (@MrOlmos) April 13, 2021

Police rush out to clear the parking lot, protestors are pushed back onto the street.

No arrests, no unlawful assembly. Police use two Smoke canisters. pic.twitter.com/w11Yts8PBx

— Sergio Olmos (@MrOlmos) April 13, 2021

Police eventually declared it an unlawful assembly then a riot:

Multiple warnings have been provided to the crowd regarding force or munitions being used if the criminal behavior does not cease. Fires have been lit. Traffic is impacted in both directions on East Burnside Street near 47 Ave.

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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