Portland rioters attempt to block pickup with a motorcycle, fed-up driver takes it for a spin under his truck

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Far-left extremist rioters in Portland, Oregon, got a taste of their own personal property destruction medicine late Tuesday evening when a fed-up truck driver rammed into their motorcycle and took it on a fun ride.

According to reports, the extremist rioters had commandeered a block near the Portland Police Association Office and set up a makeshift fence.

Around 11:15 pm, a pickup truck began barreling toward them, spurring them into yelling “NO” and trying to block the motorist with a motorcycle.

Watch what happened next (*Graphic content):

The fed-up motorist ran over both their motorcycle and the fence and then just kept on driving like a champ, to hell with the extremists’ feelings … and property.

But it gets better.

Police said the driver spoke to officers and cooperated and was released without charges. The incident is under investigation,” local station KATU reported.

After all, the driver simply gave the extremists a taste of their own medicine. Besides blocking traffic, they also lit a fire outside the police building, drew graffiti on it, tried pulling down plywood off its doors & windows, and even tried breaking into it, according to KATU. And all this reportedly happened before the motorist’s arrival.

After the incident with the motorist, their antics only grew worse.

Police said people kept tampering with the police union building well after 11:30 p.m. and had set several fires in the streets. The gathering was declared an unlawful assembly at around midnight,” KATU reported.

Police asked protesters to leave the area, but several stayed. Police said some of these remaining people threw things like rocks and bricks at officers, striking several of them. One officer was also hit with an unknown alkaline substance, police said.”

See the extremists in action below:

The following morning, an equally fed-up Portland police chief Chuck Lovell bluntly told local reporters (national reporters were busy obsessing going after the real villain, white Jesus) that “enough is enough.”

“Portlanders need to send a strong message that enough is enough. This is not forwarding the goals that are going to lead to better outcomes for people of color. This movement is really powerful, but the violence has taken away from it. … This is not what Portland is about. This is not what we need in our city,” he said.


The riots come even as federal troops have stepped away from Portland to give local authorities a chance to deal with the extremists themselves.

To hear the mainstream press tell it, Portland suddenly turned into a utopia of peace and love following the exit of the feds. But the facts tell a different story.

Later Wednesday evening, the riots began anew yet again, and once again a “truck” made its appearance, though this time the truck in question was driven by the rioters.

Portland Police say someone in a truck who was part of the riot group tried to run over officers tonight following the burning of the East Precinct,” journalist Andy Ngo reported.

And yeah, the “peaceful protesters” — as the media have falsely described them again and again — tried to burn down the East Precinct.

Look: (** Language warning)

They also tried blinding a woman:

If this is what it means to be “peaceful,” what the hell does it mean to be evil and violent?


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