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Mass fights between ANTIFA and Proud Boys: About 15 people arrested

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Portland has become the center of confrontation between extreme right and extreme left supporters. On August 17, a rally organized by the Proud Boys was held. According to the rally, it was aimed at all proponents of anti-fascism being proclaimed as "an internal terrorist organization."

The police defended the rally, saying that they intend to protect the rights of Americans to freedom of speech.

All police forces were aimed at ending conflicts at the very beginning. Therefore, officers seized a large number of weapons - bear spray, shields, and metal and wooden poles. But despite the efforts of the officers, about a dozen people received various injuries.

President Donald Trump also spoke out in defense of the rally, calling antifa activists a “terrorist group,” which runs counter to a statement by the mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler. According to the mayor-democrat, far-right activists provoke a sense of fear in Americans, as well as insult women, immigrants and LGBT people.

 

"We do not want them here in my city, period," Wheeler said.

Mass fights between ANTIFA and Proud Boys: About 15 people arrested Mass fights between ANTIFA and Proud Boys: About 15 people arrested

Author: Usa Really