Portland: Antifa Rioters Shift to Attacking People in Their Homes And in The Streets

Chris Menahan
Aug. 06, 2020

Antifa rioters in Portland moved on to attacking residents in their homes and in the streets after being mostly dispersed from the Portland federal courthouse over the past week.

Antifa rioters formed roadblocks and attacked random drivers in the street:

Three gunshots were fired at a car in Southeast Portland.

From KATU:
Officers responded to the 3500 block of Southeast Francis Street after two people called 911 to report that they had been shot at.

Police said the two victims had left the area where the shooting occurred and were reporting it from a safe location.

The victims told officers that three people had fired shots toward them. The victims were not injured, but their vehicle was struck several times.
The Washington Times reported that "no witnesses would speak to officers about what happened."

Antifa rioters set fires and laid siege to the Portland Police Bureau's East Precinct.

Police eventually moved against the rioters:

The rioters moved on to attacking people at their home as the top video above showed.

Earlier this week, Portland rioters were filmed burning a Bible and setting American flags on fire while chanting "F**k Trump":

The homicide rate in Portland has skyrocketed over the past month:

As a reminder, The Washington Post on Saturday reported that "calm" had returned to Portland after federal agents withdrew.

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