Oregon mayor on Portland rioting: This is what the ‘defund policemovement looks like

Oregon mayor on Portland rioting: This is what the 'defund police' movement looks like

A Republican Oregon mayor blasted the push to defund the police Thursday after witnessing the rioting in 波特兰 and other western U.S. 城市.

All of us have just watched in horror as the violence and destruction has taken over the city of Portland and quite frankly, this is what the defunding of the police movement looks like,” Mayor of Sander, Oregon Stan Pulliam told “狐狸 & 朋友至上。”

Claiming the violence in Oregon is part of aculture of criminality,” Pulliam doubled down saying that the lack of consequences hasunfortunately led to more incitement of violence.

We have [波特兰] Mayor Ted Wheeler, who one week ago gets punched in the face by a citizen. And then just earlier in a segment on this very show, he’s put to having to pepper spray others,” 他说, adding that many businesses are closing and their owners are looking to leave the city.

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白色的房子 press secretary Jen Psaki, pressed on the riots in 波特兰西雅图, 说过 拜登总统condemns violenceand supportspeaceful protestsbut saidsmashing windows is not protesting and neither is looting.

Psaki was asked during the White House press briefing Monday for Biden’s reaction to recent unrest in the Pacific Northwest.

President Biden condemns violence and any violence in the strongest possible terms,” Psaki said. “Peaceful protests are a cornerstone of our democracy but smashing windows is not protesting and neither is looting, and actions like these are totally unacceptable.

More than a dozen people were arrested in the two cities, according to police reports, after demonstrators angry with Biden targeted government buildings and the Oregon Democratic Party building in Portland.

在波特兰, 关于 150 people marched on the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Oregon and a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (冰) 建造.

Bill Wells, the Republican mayor of El Cajon, California appeared beside Pulliam and said that a neighboring city of La Mesa also incurredsignificant problems.

He said a few bank buildings were burned down, the city was stricken with violence, a lot of cars were turned over, and broken glass covered the streets. Both men reacted to a new survey that found the vast majority of U.S. mayors do not support reducing police resources.

And so I think it bodes well for really taking a serious look at this whole ‘defund the policemovement and in reality, understanding that going for less police is probably exactly the wrong direction to take.

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