portland ....not a smart place ....

Why would they .....they just want to stoke the flames of racial hatred and of course we all kn ow this is not your average person that gives a fuck ....these are bussed in cowards from .....stokers .....who are politically motivated ......its numbers ...its media ....we all know the filth from the media lap this servile garbage up .....look at your media who owns and controls it and who is watching it .......say no more .......

Portland's police chief called out elected officials for not stopping violence in the city, after rioters threw burning debris at the mayor's apartment building

acollman@businessinsider.com (Ashley Collman)
Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell looks at Mayor Ted Wheeler during a press conference on August 30, 2020. <p class="copyright"><a href="https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/chuck-lovell-portland-police-bureau-chief-listens-to-news-photo/1228276696?adppopup=true" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Nathan Howard/Getty" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Nathan Howard/Getty</a></p>
  • Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell released a statement on Tuesday, calling on elected officials to "do their part to draw a line in the sand and hold people accountable." 
  • Lovell's statement came after another night of riots in the city, in which protesters threw burning newspapers at a storefront on the bottom of the mayor's apartment building. 
  • Lovell didn't specify who he meant, but the local district attorney has been criticized for not prosecuting low-level offenders arrested at the protests. 
  • Protests have been held nightly in the city since the police killing of Black man George Floyd in Minnesota at the end of May. 
Portland's police chief called out local politicians after another night of riots in the city. 
On Tuesday, Police Chief Chuck Lovell released a statement, saying "our elected officials need to do their part to draw a line in the sand and to hold people accountable."
Protests in the city have repeatedly turned violent, and on Monday the unrest was formally declared a riot, giving police expanded powers to control it.
"The violent behavior must end," Lovell said in his statement.
Lovell didn't specify which elected officials he meant.
However, The Oregonian newspaper reported that the Multnomah County district attorney has drawn criticism for saying his office would not prosecute certain low-level offenders arrested at the Portland protests, which have been taking place nightly since the end of May.
In response to Lovell's statement, District Attorney Mike Schmidt's office released a statement saying they are "focusing on the violent crimes occurring at protests and in our community," which they said was a deicision taken to prioritize public safety.
Protesters set a fire in the street outside of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler's apartment building on Monday. <p class="copyright"><a href="https://www.kgw.com/video/news/local/protests/portland-protests-oregon/283-8dfac259-2aec-45ce-863e-cbbaaaa39774" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:KGW" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">KGW</a></p>
Insider contacted the Portland Police Bureau for clarification on which elected officials Lovell meant, but did not immediately receive a response. 
The protests began in response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, but have morphed into a larger movement with anti-government sentiments after President Donald Trump sent federal agents to the city in July.


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