Portland, Oregon has been under siege by antifa anarchists for well over a year, and the devastation they have caused has extended to federal property.

To that end, the Department of Homeland Security, in keeping with President Trump’s promise to protect federal property, has deployed law enforcement to the area.

The Federalist reports:

Chaos has overtaken the streets of Portland, Oregon for nearly fifty straight days since violent riots and protests erupted following the death of George Floyd toward the end of May. Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf traveled to the city this week and released a statement addressing the lawlessness seizing the community.

“The city of Portland has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob while local political leaders refuse to restore order to protect their city,” he said. “Each night, lawless anarchists destroy and desecrate property, including the federal courthouse, and attack the brave law enforcement officers protecting it.”

Wolf detailed the destruction and violence that began consuming the city May 29, describing multiple daily attacks on citizen’s safety and well-being that have persisted for months.

Local officials, including the mayor who has allowed antifa to thrive in his city, are outraged that law and order may soon be reestablished in the city they have ceded to these leftwing terrorists.

Watch Portland’s mayor blather about how President Trump is responsible for their home-grown and carefully nurtured violence . . . before receiving a truth bomb media question about how long antifa has been terrorizing Portland with no action taken by city or state officials (it’s so worth watching):

The entire left is outraged, apparently, and venting their crazy on Twitter with such hashtags as #PortlandKidnappings and #TrumpGestapo.

Not to be outdone by the great unwashed on Twitter, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi denounced federal law enforcement as “stormtroopers.”

“In response to graffiti”?! Really?

Of course, people have thoughts (via Twitchy):

 

 
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