Portland Protest

Some coverage from protests on the streets of Portland, Oregon, where demonstrators faced off with federal agents from the Department of Homeland Security.

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  1. Ah. The peaceful protests. Makes me proud of the freedom we give our concerned citizens in America … Let's thank the politicians who run these cities by voting them back in this November …

  2. "Most of the calls they (the police) get are for mental distress". What a crock of bullshit. Most calls are for traffic accidents, assaults, robberies and vandalism. Whacked out people in mental distress are just a small part of their calls. These people just make shit up as they go. They don't know what they want. They just want more. Without having to work for it …

  3. I get peacefully protesting All lives matter and police brutality but your stupid if you want to defund or even abolish the police. And let’s be clear a protest become violent when one person throws a firework or IED.

  4. These fools are helping trump get re elected. This is happening in democrat run states and nobody would vote for this foolishness. They're only exposing how stupid dem run states are. The same thing happens everytime Kamala and Biden open their mouths. Go Red.

  5. Most don't see how similar all of us are and essentially want the same things. We all agree on the government's failures we are fighting over how we go about fixing them.. meanwhile they keep dividing us… "united we stand…divided we fall"

  6. yea its getting away from BLM, giving white supremacists dirt to use.
    boston tea party was a good property damaging protest but it wasnt endless, was a statement not a manifesto.

  7. I don't even know what your political position is; that was great reporting. Nowhere did you insert your own opinion, you just showed the opinions of people protesting. Good job.

  8. "we need white people because they're in positions of power" is such a profoundly bad take, I agree there are issues, but assuming because someone has power, that they deserve and will use it for good is just plain ignorant, if they were going to use it for good, they would be already, but when a person tries to do good with their means they're accused of somehow doing the opposite, see bill gates malaria campaigns across Africa and how that's been mutated into a criticism of him by accusing him of some insane shit.

    Or, you just change the dynamic of what gives a person power, lower the influence of capitalism on our systems of government, make money less of a driving factor for people to do horrific things and then we see what changes? If we actually had a meritocracy where the input of "the work" directly correlates with how much responsibility you're given. Smart huh? Like, if you're willing to do the work, you should get the job? Shocker.

  9. its funny how anything you say even if its good or true sounds diferent depending on the way you say it and or the way its portrayed either by actions or a the theme of the interviewer, it just goes to show you that's it's not enough to believe or know the truth you also have to act up to it.

  10. In political jargon, a useful idiot is a derogatory term for a person perceived as propagandizing for a cause without fully comprehending the cause's goals, and who is cynically used by the cause's leaders.The term was originally used during the Cold War to describe non-communists regarded as susceptible to communist propaganda and manipulation. The term has often been attributed to Vladimir Lenin, but this attribution is unsubstantiated

    BLM Has No Interest in Helping Black People

  11. "i'm gonna vote for… anarchy" <– this is the sound of trump being reelected, through inaction where it really matters – the voting booth.

  12. Wait… Wait… i mean wait.. i just watch it… and i start to think that United States should start to put money on education… but on the proper education….