May Day ‘protests’ provided anarchists and communists opportunities to carry out political terrorism, bringing violence and destruction to cities across the globe, and Portland, Oregon, was no exception as #MayDayPDX spiraled out of control.

Portland police declared the march a ‘riot’ after only 90 minutes, as Antifa and their ilk began damaging local businesses, lighting fires, and launching explosives and rocks at law enforcement.

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The police department tweeted that they made 25 arrests in the melee, mostly on charges of rioting and disorderly conduct, while many more suspects remain at large, having committed a variety of crimes, including arson, vandalism, theft and assault.

“Rocks and projectiles were being launched at police officers and paramedics, including a full Pepsi can that struck a Portland Fire & Rescue paramedic assigned to assist the Portland Police Bureau’s Rapid Response Team,” said the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) in an official statement. “Shortly after that, the situation devolved into a full-scale riot with random acts of vandalism to Downtown businesses, cars, and public and private property.”

“Various fires were set in the street and in garbage cans, a police car was spray-painted and vandalized, and there were attempts to set at least one business on fire. Numerous projectiles were thrown at or launched at police and firefighters including rocks, bottles, ball bearings, fireworks, smoke bombs, and road flares.”

Many Twitter users expressed that extreme lawlessness from the George Soros-funded radical left was one of the reasons they support President Donald Trump, who has vowed a return to law and order since early in his campaign.

The Portland May Day Coalition has accused law enforcement of “violently escalating” a “peaceful march” against capitalism’ and of falsifying their account of events in a statement on their Facebook page, also endeavoring to preempt articles such as this one reporting on the criminality of many of the “protesters.”

“There will be a lot of articles about ‘the march turning violent’ but make no mistake, the PPB attacked a permitted march whose only goal was to keep moving along its planned route because some noisemakers and name-calling were enough of an excuse for them to use their large surplus of explosives and chemical weapons against those who had committed to rise, resist, and unite, against fascism and capitalism,” claimed the Coalition.

May Day chaos unfolded around the world, almost uniformly perpetuated by carbon copies of the same masked, black-clad violent criminals who thrive off mayhem and barbarity.

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