Federal Officers in Riot Gear Move in on ICE Protesters in Portland (VIDEO)

Protesters in Portland have put ICE buildings under siege, blocking and harassing officers coming and going to work.

The ICE protests spread across the nation because of the fake news media’s hysteria over Trump’s lawful immigration policy.

Late Wednesday evening, the President put ICE protesters on notice in a pair of tweets, warning they will be met with LAW AND ORDER.

Law and order is exactly what the malcontents in Portland found very early Thursday morning as Federal officers in riot gear arrived ready to take care of business.

KGW reported:

 Federal officers in riot gear moved into the protest siege of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in Southwest Portland at 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

“At approximately 5:30 a.m. today, federal law enforcement officers initiated a law enforcement action to reopen the federal facility at 4310 SW Macadam Avenue in Portland,” Federal Protective Service spokesman Robert Sperling said in a prepared statement.

Officers were clearing the entrance to the building but taking no action against a large number of protesters who have set up a camp along the building.

It’s unclear what happened to people who were camped by the entrance. Several appeared to be taken into custody early on in the police action.

Truckloads of tents, boards, even a couch, were hauled away from the entrance.

The Occupy ICE PDX protest is in its second week. Thursday is the ninth day the Portland ICE office has been closed because of the protests.

KGW reporter in Portland, Tim Gordon is live on scene in Portland and captured the officers in action.

According to Tim Gordon, police have made 8 arrests so far and there are no injuries.

Officers moved in at 5:45 AM PST.

VIDEO of federal officers in riot gear making their move:

Heavily armed police in camo retaking the ICE building:

Police opened up traffic again after clearing out protesters:

And that’s how it’s done!

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