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Left-wing thugs punch, scream at left-wing Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler during restaurant dinner

It should come as no surprise to anyone paying the slightest bit of attention to the daily nightmare that is Portland, Oregon, that its left-wing Mayor Ted Wheeler isn’t left-wing enough for violent leftists who roam the streets looking for their pound of flesh.

What’s the background?

You may recall that Wheeler tried chatting with leftist rioters back in July after they’d been burning down his city night after night — and
they proceeded to shred him to bits. As Wheeler walked into the crowds for what he deemed a “listening session,” some threw objects toward him while others called for his resignation, chanting, “Tear Gas Teddy,” the New York Times said.

He was booed, he was cursed out, he was shouted down, he was harassed. “F*** Ted Wheeler!” one leftist shouted out before adding that the mayor is a “f***ing fascist!”

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Now what?

Fast-forward to what apparently had been a peaceful dinner for Wheeler and a companion Wednesday night at Cafe Nell’s outdoor dining area.

Well, as the mainstream media enjoys saying, it was mostly peaceful.

See, some folks started yelling obscenities at Wheeler from outside the tent, mayoral spokesman Jim Middaugh told the Oregonian in a statement. And soon the thugs eventually “pushed their way past restaurant employees” and confronted the mayor, Middaugh told the paper.

But after Wheeler asked the group to leave, “one member of the group started swatting at the mayor and made physical contact with him,” Middaugh added to the Oregonian.

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The reported contact was not captured on video footage posted to Twitter, though Wheeler can be heard
claiming someone assaulted him. He wasn’t hurt.

At one point in a different video clip, Wheeler repeatedly asks a person behind the camera how old they are — and tells them to grow up.

“You are going to be made to feel like the scum you are,” the person later yelled at Wheeler.

Restaurant staff eventually persuaded the group to leave, Middaugh said.

Here’s one of the clips. (Content warning: Language):

Eater noted that “Tevis” is Wheeler’s middle name.

Police told the Oregonian that no one has been arrested and authorities are investigating the incident.

“Given the tenor of political discourse nationally and locally, it’s not unusual for people to confront the mayor and other elected officials in public. It’s part of the job,” Middaugh added to the outlet. “The mayor will continue to support local restaurants and businesses as often as he can. He urges others to do the same.”

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Militant leftists arrested after New Year’s Eve rioting in Minneapolis, vandalism of federal buildings in Philadelphia

Left-wing militants in Minneapolis and Philadelphia apparently decided they’d ring in the new year not with horns and high-fives but rather with knives, mace, Molotov cocktails, and bricks in order to spread their messages of peace, love, and acceptance.

What are the details?

In Minneapolis, five people were charged Monday with second-degree riot-armed with a dangerous weapon, a felony,
KARE-TV reported. They are Jordan Abhold, 26, Nelson Mendez, 31, Thomas Moseley, 29, Marc Holley, 32, and Laura Galaviz, 29, the station said, citing the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.

KARE said the arrests occurred one night after
a man was shot and killed during a shootout with Minneapolis police.

More from the station:

According to the criminal complaint, Minneapolis police noticed social media posts telling people to gather at 11 p.m. that night at Park Avenue and Fourth Street in downtown Minneapolis. The posts said to wear black and “mask up,” according to the complaint. The posts also made threats of property damage, including “BURN THE PRECINCTS & THE PRISONS!”

The complaint says about 75 people gathered at Commons Park chanting and marching on the sidewalks and roads, disrupting traffic and the light rail trains. The march continued to the Hennepin County Juvenile Justice Center and the Juvenile Detention Center on Park Avenue, according to the complaint.

Police also saw members of the group shooting fireworks toward motorists and spray-painting graffiti on buildings, including the detention center and the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office, the complaint states.

According to the complaint, less than 45 minutes after the group arrived at the park, officers were ordered to move in and detain as many of the people as possible. While many scattered, the complaint says officers arrested about 35 of them.

During the arrests, the complaint say officers recovered knives, mace, improvised spike balls, fireworks, gas masks, a taser, body armor and helmets. Five of the people arrested were charged with the felony riot charge.

Abhold was carrying a loaded .38 special revolver — which he had a permit to carry — two speed loaders with ammunition, and a device that appeared to be scanning police radio communication, KARE said, citing the complaint. Moseley was carrying a knife and already had been charged with felony damage to property at the Minneapolis Fifth Precinct police station and possession of a dangerous weapon in a courthouse, the station said, citing the complaint. Prosecutors are seeking $100,000 bail for both of them. KARE said, citing the attorney’s office.

The station added that Holley was carrying a knife, a gas mask, zip ties, body armor, and a two-way radio, according to the complaint, Mendez had fireworks, a green laser, a taser, and a gas mask, and Galaviz was carrying two knives. Prosecutors are seeking $20,000 bail for the trio, KARE said.

All five were expected to make their first court appearances Tuesday, the station said, citing the attorney’s office.

And in the City of Brotherly Love…

Seven people were arrested after several Philadelphia federal buildings were vandalized on New Year’s Eve, police told the Associated Press.

Get a load of the lineup:

WXTF-TV identified the arrestees in the above photos as (top row, from left) Adam McVicker, Meredith Tooker, Dustin Callahan, Sydney Miller, and (bottom row) Allison Donohue, Jacob Robotin, Josey Augustine.

What are the details?

Officers spotted about 50 people — all dressed in black — at the historic U.S. Customs House around 8:30 p.m. where windows were smashed, police told the AP. Four arrests were made there, the outlet said, and three other suspects were arrested elsewhere.

Vandals then scrawled anti-police and anti-prison graffiti on the Federal Detention Center, police told the AP, adding that a nearby sheriff’s van was defaced and had several windows broken.

Image source: WCAU-TV video screenshot

Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Mike Cram said “numerous Molotov cocktails and some other devices which haven’t been identified” were recovered, the outlet reported.

McVicker, 25, is accused of throwing a brick and is charged with criminal mischief and related counts, as are Callahan, 24, Donohue, 23, and Augustine, 31, the AP said, adding that Robotin, 25, Miller, 22, and Tooker, 26, are charged with attempted arson and risking a catastrophe, as well was other counts that include conspiracy.

Robotin was carrying a glass jar with a fuse that had “a strong flammable odor,” as well as a plastic container with white powder labeled “Fire Starter,” police told the AP, adding that Miller had bottles with liquids that had “a chemical smell.”

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Leftist militants have stockpiled weapons, spike strips, armed guards at Portland autonomous zone

Leftist militants on their third day of occupying several residential blocks in Portland, Oregon, over a foreclosed house have stockpiled weapons, homemade spike strips, and armed guards at the entrances of their autonomous zone.

But the city’s police chief said cops will use force if necessary to end the occupation.

What’s the background?

The autonomous zone was set up Tuesday — the same day leftists militants were caught on video chasing Portland police away from the foreclosed house. In fact, they kicked and threw rocks at retreating police vehicles and ran up on cops and appeared to try to steal their equipment while taunting and threatening them as they literally chased officers down a street.

“We ain’t f***in’ around!” one militant was heard yelling at cops while another leftist declared, “I’ll knock you the f*** out, bitch!”

Here’s the clip. Content warning: Language:

And the leftists bullied, physically attacked, and forced a local TV reporter and videographer to leave the autonomous zone Tuesday soon after they entered in an attempt to interview occupiers:

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What did the police have to say?

“I certainly am respectful of the issue that people are there to address, but blocking streets and chasing police officers out of the neighborhood is still not OK and really contrary to our values as Portlanders,” Deputy Police Chief Chris Davis told the Oregonian Tuesday evening.

Davis added that police “have to be thoughtful about” the situation and go about it “in the right way” and “consider all the angles and do our best to resolve the situation as safely as possible,” the paper reported.

But Police Chief Chuck Lovell struck a different tone in a video message, saying he’s aware of the leftists’ weapons and threats they’re making — and that officers will use force to end the occupation if necessary:

Lovell added in another Twitter post that police also are aware of “armed sentries, attacks on journalists & threats to kill officers in graffiti in this public space.”

And as you can see from the below Twitter video, the leftists have installed homemade spike strips in front of one barricaded entrance:

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Leftist militants bully, physically attack Portland TV news reporter, videographer who dared to enter their ‘autonomous zone’

A gang of militant leftists were caught on video descending upon a Portland TV news reporter and videographer who dared to enter their “autonomous zone” — and they proceeded to bully, physically attack, and force out the news team.

What’s the background?

The “autonomous zone” was set up the same day leftists militants were caught on video chasing Portland police away from the foreclosed house. In fact, they
kicked and threw rocks at retreating police vehicles and ran up on cops and appeared to try to steal their equipment while taunting and threatening them as they literally chased officers down a street.

“We ain’t f***in’ around!” one militant was heard yelling at cops while another leftist declared, “I’ll knock you the f*** out, bitch!”

Here’s the clip.
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What happened to the journalists?

With that, reporter Genevieve Reaume and videographer Ric Peavyhouse — both with KATU-TV News — on Tuesday walked past barricades set up around the foreclosed house on North Mississippi Avenue in an attempt to interview occupiers.

And that’s when trouble immediately began for them.

“Film crew coming through,” a leftist female was heard yelling to her comrades. “They’re not our friends!”

As black umbrellas popped up and converged in front of Reaume and Peavyhouse, another militant barked, “Just get outta here, man!”

Soon Peavyhouse’s video caught audio of Reaume screaming at the leftists to get away from her — and in fact, they knocked her cellphone from her hand and bloodied her finger.

Here’s what Reaume’s cellphone documented:

“That’s some cold s***t!” one person can be heard saying after the attack.

As the pair were forced to walk out the autonomous zone, one of the militants can be heard threatening the Peavyhouse: “I’ll break your f***in’ camera, you realize that!”

The same leftist is heard adding, “Touch me one more time and see what happens to your f***in’ camera!”

As the pair approach the barricade they earlier breached, the same militant is heard taunting them: “Call the cops! Go file a police report and see how useful they are!”

Here’s the main clip of the incident from Peavyhouse. (Content warning: Language):

What did police have to say?

“I certainly am respectful of the issue that people are there to address, but blocking streets and chasing police officers out of the neighborhood is still not OK and really contrary to our values as Portlanders,” Deputy Police Chief Chris Davis told the Oregonian Tuesday evening.

Davis added that police “have to be thoughtful about” the situation and go about it “in the right way” and “consider all the angles and do our best to resolve the situation as safely as possible,” the paper reported.

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Portland cops run away from emboldened leftist mob physically attacking them over home foreclosure

Portland police officers apparently were no match for a violent leftist mob Tuesday, the members of which didn’t like that cops were enforcing a home foreclosure.

Members of the mob kicked and threw rocks at retreating police vehicles and ran up on cops and appeared to try to steal their equipment while taunting and threatening them as they literally chased officers down a street.


Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @AlanMilanTracy


Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @AlanMilanTracy

“We ain’t f***in’ around!” one militant was heard yelling at cops while another leftist declared, “I’ll knock you the f*** out, bitch!”

Here’s the clip.
Content warning: Language:

How did this all unfold?

Early in the morning, police were trying to protect the perimeter of the foreclosed home so new owners could erect a fence, but the
Oregonian said the size of the opposing crowd swelled — and officers were “struck by projectiles such as rocks and paint-filled balloons.”

Cops made seven arrests, the paper said, and officers found one person with a gun as well as other guns on the property. But when police departed, the mob simply pulled down the fence and re-entered the property, the Oregonian said.

Police returned — and then more serious problems developed, the paper said:

The crowd swelled to about 200 people, and violent clashes ensued. Law enforcement ultimately retreated as police vehicles were damaged, including at least one window smashed. Protesters threw rocks at officers and one sprayed a fire extinguisher at them, prompting an officer to deploy an impact munition.

One police vehicle hit a parked car while trying to leave.

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The Oregonian said the melee subsided after police left about 10:30 a.m., and demonstrators took the down the fencing around the property, known as the “Red House on Mississippi,” and piled up rocks and bricks, presumably for future throwing purposes.

Another ‘autonomous zone’

Turns out another “autonomous zone” was created in the area in order to subvert the foreclosure:

What did police have to say?

“I certainly am respectful of the issue that people are there to address, but blocking streets and chasing police officers out of the neighborhood is still not OK and really contrary to our values as Portlanders,” Deputy Police Chief Chris Davis told the paper Tuesday evening.

Davis added that police “have to be thoughtful about” the situation and go about it “in the right way” and “consider all the angles and do our best to resolve the situation as safely as possible,” the Oregonian reported.

As it turns out, squads of Rapid Response Team officers assigned to the location departed — partly to avoid overtime spending — once contractors completed their work around the property, the paper said, adding that a much smaller group of officers who relieved them were “overrun by the large crowd after which police made a swift retreat.”

Here’s more video of police heading for the hills.
Content warning: Language:


Clashes erupt, arrests made at N. Portland home where protesters try to prevent Black family removal

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?Triggered leftists caught on video physically attacking College Republicans, destroying display — and apparently getting away with it

Once again, triggered leftists have physically attacked conservatives on a college campus — and why? Once again, because they dared to set up a display and exercised their First Amendment rights.

Video caught an ultra woke duo at the University of California, Santa Cruz, walking up to a table set up by College Republicans and destroying it last Friday.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

What are the details?

They yelled several times that the “Trump 2020” banner was a “flag of white supremacy.” They ripped up and ripped down their signs. They spit on and tried to take away their Betsy Ross flag.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

And one of them even knocked down a male defending the group’s property.

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Worse still, they were seen walking away — apparently without consequences.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

Here’s the clip:


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What else?

Dylan Temple, president of the UC Santa Cruz College Republicans, told The College Fix he was doxxed on social media with a false accusation that he attacked individuals at the campus LGBTQ center, which he said was done in retaliation for following the aggressors until police arrived.

“They really brutalized our stand,” Temple told the outlet, adding one of the banners they destroyed cost $60 to print. “And after everything was said and done … I told them they were going to get expelled, they decided to leave. At that point I just started following them with my phone.”

More from the outlet:

Temple said the reason he followed them is because when his President Trump cut-out was vandalized last semester during another tabling event — and he got pictures of the perpetrators — campus police told him the photos were not enough evidence. This time, Temple said, he wanted to make sure he did not lose sight of the vandals so they could be held accountable.

To that end, Temple said he did enter the Cantú Queer Center in following the two, which is what ended up prompting him to be doxxed with the false claim that he “violently attacked” people at the center.

“The main thing is this is just pure defamation, I didn’t attack anyone at the Cantú Queer Center,” he told The Fix. “… They painted me as a right wing terrorist.”

The Cantú center director and campus police did not respond to a request from The College Fix on Wednesday seeking comment.

Oh, and a lil’ twist for ya

Would you believe the incident involved Hayden Williams, a conservative campus activist who was infamously punched in the face last year at UC Berkeley by — you guessed it — someone triggered by his signage declaring “Make America Great Again,” the iconic slogan of President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign?


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Well, believe it.

This time Williams was on the UCSC campus to speak to the College Republicans and was helping them at the table, The Fix reported. Video shows him refusing to let one of the triggered leftists take a “Trump 2020″ flag — which ended with him shoved into a bed of large rocks, the outlet noted.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

Talk about a run of bad luck.

As for Temple — who told The Fix the doxxing tweet called for him to be beaten up — he said the attack was nothing new.

“We have had our table flipped before, we have had water thrown at our table, but this is the only time besides them destroying the Trump cut-out that there’s been really monetary damage,” he noted to the outlet. “It’s intimidation.”

What did UCSC have to say?

A UC Santa Cruz spokesman on Wednesday didn’t identify the aggressors in a statement to The Fix.

“Campus officials are aware of an incident that occurred between students on the afternoon of Feb. 7, as members of the UC Santa Cruz College Republicans were tabling near the entrance to Quarry Plaza. UC Santa Cruz police are investigating, and hope to have the investigation completed soon,” campus spokesman Scott Hernandez-Jason said via email.

Nothing but a pair of harmless, lovable fuzzballsImage source: YouTube screenshot

“UC Santa Cruz is committed to ensuring that all members of our campus community are able to exercise their constitutionally protected rights of free expression, speech, and assembly, and that they are able to do so in a safe environment. Free speech is uniquely important to a university, as it allows for the open exchange of ideas integral to our fundamental missions,” his statement added.

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