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Portland Antifa Rioters Are Getting Away With It By Claiming They Are ‘Journalists’

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Federal agents have been hampered by a court order

Steve Watson
Prison Planet.com
July 28, 2020

Portland continues to burn at the hands of Antifa agitators who are using a court order that has prevented Federal officers from taking action against the press. In other words, rioters are holding cameras and claiming the Feds can’t touch them because they are ‘journalists’.

With the Democratic Mayor refusing to order police to crackdown on rioters, federal officers have stepped in and been somewhat effective. However, as RT reports, a federal judge last week issued a temporary restraining order on the agents, forbidding any action against anyone ‘reporting’ on the scene.

Now, some on the ground in Portland, are relating that antifa rioters are using this to their advantage:


Armed Leftist shot this weekend during a BLM protest, after he and a mob swarmed a man’s car. He learns quickly that there are consequences for his actions…

Some so called ‘reporters’ are openly bragging about aligning with rioters:

Recent reports from Portland have documented the violence, with conservatives being targeted, and law enforcement even being doxxed by antifa, and Federal agents being ‘blinded’ with lasers.

Meanwhile, Democrats are adamant that the violence isn’t really happening:

This article was posted: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 6:48 am





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