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Oregon: More Than Half of Anti-Trump Protesters Arrested Didn’t Vote

Oregon: More Than Half of Anti-Trump Protesters Arrested Didn’t Vote

Outrage ALL the things!

http://www.kgw.com/mb/news/local/more-than-half-of-arrested-anti-trump-protesters-didnt-vote/351964445

My, my, my. What do we have here?

According to KGW8, more than half of the anti-Trump protesters arrested in Oregon didn’t even vote. Raise your hand if you’re surprised.

KGW8 reports:

Portland, Ore.—More than half of the anti-Trump protesters arrested in Portland didn’t vote in Oregon, according to state election records.
At least sixty-nine demonstrators either didn’t turn in a ballot or weren’t registered to vote in the state.

KGW compiled a list of the 112 people arrested by the Portland Police Bureau during recent protests. Those names and ages, provided by police, were then compared to state voter logs by Multnomah County Elections officials.

Records show 34 of the protesters arrested didn’t return a ballot for the November 8 election. Thirty-five of the demonstrators taken into custody weren’t registered to vote in Oregon.

Twenty-five protesters who were arrested did vote.

KGW is still working to verify voting records for the remaining 17 protesters who were arrested.

This article originally stated that 35 people were registered to vote and did not. One woman who was arrested told KGW she recently moved to Washington and did vote in Washington. She was also registered to vote in Oregon.

Didn’t vote, but they’re going to complain about, wait for it…THE VOTE.

Basically:

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Kudos to KGW8 for taking the time to look up this information.

How many are bussed in protesters?

Perhaps they did not vote because they were counting on Oregon going blue. I am sure that they would have voted multiple times absent the Electoral College.

They’re just in it for the (Soros) money.

It gives some of them a good excuse to wreak havoc and destroy things that they did not pay for.

But – the other half voted more than once. So, it all evens out.

Black anarchists (who are generally white) don’t vote or have much of anything to do with society.

They are always ready to riot. And they are mobile and will travel to the scene of the action.

No charges were filed? WTF is with that?

Millions of eligible voters did not go to the polls.
Are we going to FORCE people to vote, or else???
Criticize their rioting but whether they voted or not isn’t material to their offenses.
As always, these rioters will be free to go……..
In Baltimore the rioters were given money to attone for their angst while rioting.
This is a world gone mad.
Over and out

    openeyes in reply to Lee Jan. | November 15, 2016 at 11:20 am

    Whether they voted or not is not relevant to the criminal offence. On the other hand it is relevant to their offensive behaviour.
    They won’t move their whiny rear ends to vote which is positive participation in civil society, but they will make efforts to riot when they don’t like the outcome they were too lazy to effect?
    Darn tootin’ they should be criticized.

I await KGW’s review of whether these non-voters were to busy stealing other peoples votes to vote in their own names.

The modus operandi of one of the major types of voter fraud is people voting under multiple names which are not their own. The fact that such a person is not registered under his own name, or failed to vote under his own name, has nothing to do with whether—or how often—he voted.

Slightly OT, but anybody else see that the reporter from Vice was fired for reporting that Lena Dunham didn’t vote for Hillary?

(He uncovered that she was not registered Democrat and therefore couldn’t have voted in the primary),

We don’t call them useless idiots for nothing.

$18.18 an hour (tax free) from George Soros beats working at Wendy’s and is more fun.

Something similar happened in Richmond, VA. A group were arrested for sitting down and blocking a major highway. The police arrested them and released their home addresses. A local newspaper compared the names with lists of those who had voted. Many of the protesters had not.

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