Anti-Trump Protestors In Portland Hold Third Day Of Protests; Some Violence Erupts

Thousands of anti-Trump protestors marched through the streets of downtown Portland, Oregon on Thursday evening chanting anti-Trump slogans with some protestors smashing out car windows and business windows in the city’s Pearl District before riot police intervened.

After gathering at Pioneer Courthouse Square and marching through the streets of Portland, protestors chanted, “We reject the president elect” and “No KKK, no fascist USA, no Trump.”

The number of protestors were estimated between 2,500-4,000, according to some observers on the street.

Protestors also strolled across the Hawthorne Bridge in Portland above the Willamette River.

Thursday’s protest in Portland was the third protest in three days and marked the only protest that turned violent.

On Wednesday peaceful anti-Trump protests occurred in other cities including Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Oakland, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Seattle.

Protestors are expressing dissatisfaction with Donald Trump becoming elected president and U.S. civil rights becoming weakened.

Trump Returns To His Usual Twitter Ways: Tweets New Conspiracy About Media Inciting “Professional” Protestors

Fresh from his presidential victory, Donald Trump is back on the prowl with a brand new conspiracy theory about the media, his favorite target.

Without citing any sources or evidence, Trump now claims via Twitter the media is inciting “professional” protestors.

Besides clinging to a wide range of conspiracy theories, Trump is known for air his personal attacks and grievances on Twitter.

On September 30th at 2:14 a.m. Trump tweeted a personal attack against a former Miss Universe beauty pageant winner.

Trump tweeted the following message:

Wow, Crooked Hillary was duped and used by my worst Miss U. Hillary floated her as an “angel” without checking her past, which is terrible!

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John Schweitzer

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