Portland Mayor Sort of Explains Why He Allows Antifa Riots

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If you vote Democrat, you’re voting for this.

Note the headline says “sort of,” and even that’s putting it too charitably. What he really did was pass the buck to the Portland Police Bureau–which is kind of odd, because Mayor Ted Wheeler is also the police commissioner (https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/ted-wheeler-portland-mayor-stands-decision-allow-a/). But applying logic to any matter involving left-wing crazies is, uh, racist. Or heteronormative. Or something.

Antifa, the black-masked left-wing thugs who are the Democrat Party’s stormtroopers, staged a “demonstration” on Oct. 6–without a permit–in which they stopped and rerouted traffic, terrorized and assaulted motorists, beat people up and trashed their cars–and the Portland police made no arrests. Nope, nothin’ wrong here. Just a few progressives exercising their First Amendment right to riot.

And from Mayor Wheeler we get “Oh, well, waddayagonna do? If we stop the protests, we’re too heavy-handed. If we don’t stop ’em, we’re too soft. What’s a city to do?” And the answer was, of course, “nothing.”

Again I ask, how much more of this does America have to take? 

If you’re even thinking about voting for the Democrat Party that sponsors, promotes, and enables Antifa–well, I hope they get you next. ‘Cause you’ll deserve it.

11 comments on “Portland Mayor Sort of Explains Why He Allows Antifa Riots

  1. The way it works is that the police answer to the Police Chief, who answers to the Police Commissioner who answers to the mayor. So in Portland, the mayor’s job is a bit on the light [headed] side. So waddayagonna do, Portland? THROW THE BUM OUT! Or you can join antifa, but save your checks for the lawyers you will need to hire when Wheeler is gone. It’s just a matter of time.

    1. It’s the mayor’s status as police commissioner that makes his whole thing of passing the buck to the police somewhat less than convincing.

    2. True, as usual. But I suspect he’s not really passing the bucks, but is, in fact, instructing the police on their behavior without being held accountable for it so he can be re-elected.

    3. LOL. But “What’s a city to do?” I hope Portland shows him, painfully and soon, what a mayor “do.”

    4. Nevermind, it works both ways. Not being able to edit my comment before posting makes me crazy… But not to worry, i’ve got thousands of “OOPS” in my bag.

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