Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler Is Finally Figuring Out He Can't Appease Antifa Rioters (VIDEO)

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has been making an attempt to behave in good religion with the novel Antifa rioters tearing aside his metropolis. It has gotten him nowhere.

They started rioting in Could of final yr. It’s now January of 2021 and they’re nonetheless going.

Now Wheeler is lastly beginning to determine that he can’t negotiate with these people.

KOIN Information reports:

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Wheeler calls out ‘antifa anarchists’ following NYE riot

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler minced no phrases in his opening remarks at a New 12 months’s Day press convention following a riot on New 12 months’s Eve in downtown.

Wheeler laid out the “who, what, when, the place and why” of what occurred Thursday.

“The who: violent antifa and anarchists,” the mayor mentioned. They rampaged via downtown Portland inflicting tens of 1000’s of of injury with spray portray, window breaking, fires and fireworks.

“Why? That is the toughest query of all to reply,” Wheeler mentioned. “Why would a bunch of largely white, younger and a few center age males destroy the livelihood of others who’re struggling to get by?”

The mayor mentioned he sees himself as a caring and trustworthy individual. “It’s onerous for me to simply accept that there are some people who find themselves simply bent on destruction.”…

“My good religion efforts at de-escalation have been met with ongoing violence and even scorn from radical antifa and anarchists,” Wheeler mentioned. “In response it is going to be mandatory to make use of further instruments and to push the bounds of the instruments we already need to deliver the felony destruction and violence to an finish.”

Watch the video:

Higher late than by no means, Mr. Mayor.

Welcome to actuality.

Cross posted from American Lookout.

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