Right On Cue: Portland Rioters Go On Destructive Rampage After Chauvin Verdict, Police Actually Intervene

As expected and warned the rioting terrorists in Portland have once again gone on a *PEACEFUL* spree of destruction and violence hours after the Derek Chauvin verdict. Even getting a guilty verdict isn’t enough to satisfy the *PEACEFUL* mobs. The terrorists took the streets, and after rallying out front of the ironically named Justice Center, they went on a short march and smashed out a couple of Starbucks shop windows.

*PEACEFULLY*, of course.

Amazingly, just as FOX 12’s Drew Marine was filming, the glass finished shattering all over the place:

And at another Starbucks:

If you can believe it, the police actually moved in and took a few of the scumbags down. Watch as officers repeatedly punch one of the punks who tried to punch one of the cops first:

Here’s a different angle:


UPDATE: The Portland Police Bureau has released information about what happened during the melee:

At 8:15p.m., approximately 100 people were gathered near the Justice Center and blocked vehicular traffic in the intersection of Southwest 3rd Avenue / Southwest Main Street. A dumpster fire was started near the area. The fire was ultimately extinguished by a community member. Out of an abundance of caution, the doors of the Justice Center were locked to prevent unlawful entry into the building.

At approximately 9:50p.m., one person began breaking and spray painting the windows of a local coffee shop near the area of Southwest 4th Avenue / Southwest Morrison Street. That person was taken into custody at 10:05p.m. and identified as 24-year-old Kenneth Harold. Harold was in possession of a glass punch tool and cans of spray paint. Harold was later booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center and charged with one count of Criminal Mischief in the First Degree.

At approximately 10:07p.m., a second person was arrested after a scuffle with officers. Videos of the arrest have been posted to social media by various bystanders, including some that did not provide the entire context of the incident. On our Twitter page, we shared the most complete video we could find. It showed a Portland Police sergeant walking his bike when a person dressed in all black stepped in his path. The sergeant moved the person aside, when another person punched the sergeant in the head. A scuffle began and the sergeant was knocked to the ground. The sergeant landed in a dangerous position, underneath the suspect and on his back. That?s when other officers moved in to stop the assault. In response to the violent conduct, some focused blows were used. Pepper spray was also deployed by an officer. After the suspect was handcuffed, officers rendered aid to help alleviate the effects of the pepper spray. The suspect was identified as 36-year-old Randy Gray. Gray was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center and charged with Assaulting a Public Safety Officer, Assault in the Fourth Degree, Harassment, Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree and Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree.

I guess we can take solace in the fact that they only hit two establishments that were large corporations, and didn’t hit any locally owned places. No telling what else the terrorists had in mind before police intervened.

Leading up to the event the terrorists issued warnings to media to not take pictures or videos of the criminal destruction:


Even leftist journalists were intimidated by the mobs:


And here’s what it looked like on the scene, complete with a “PRESS JAIL” where the journalists were evidently ordered to stay:


I think we all know what would have *PEACEFULLY* happened had someone started filming the terrorists.

Earlier in the day black civil rights leaders in the city were calling for an end to the violence:


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