Portland Anti-Trump Protestors

Americans have had enough with being inconvenienced by anti-Trump protesters. The ones who aren’t rioting and setting things on fire are trying to make life hard for the rest of us by doing stupid things like blocking traffic. During the campaign, these scum caused a young father’s death by blocking his ambulance from getting to the hospital.

We’ve had enough! People are sick of it. If you’re sick of it, you’ll love this story about police taking action against protesters in Portland!

There was a lot of tension as the protesters blocked traffic on Wednesday. Even in a liberal city like Portland, the people weren’t having it. They had places to go and didn’t have time to wait for these liberal temper tantrums in the middle of the street. As you can see in the video below, things got heated between the protesters and the people whom they were blocking.

Then the cops came in, tossing some of the protesters to the ground. As you can see in the video below, the people cheered the police taking control of the situation! I love how the people start cheering and thanking the police officers for getting these protesters out of the way!

Police quickly took care of the situation. The anti-Trump protestors either were arrested or they fled, allowing traffic to finally continue.

These anti-Trump protesters have been causing trouble in Portland the last few days. The local news report in the video below explains how things got heated on Inauguration Day when police were forced to use pepper spray on these protesters who were creating havoc.

The protesters wanted to shut the city down in reaction to their treatment from police on Friday. But, that didn’t happen at all as you can see in the video below.

Even the liberal city of Portland isn’t going to tolerate this nonsense any longer! Laws exist for a reason. They have no business blocking traffic and they finally are facing consequences now.

Share this if you support our police officers who are taking control of these situations!

H/T: IJ Review

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