Who's Violent Again? Portland Businesses Board Up Windows Ahead of Midterm Results

Nick Kangadis | November 8, 2022
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As most of us know after the last six, seven years or so, Portland, Oregon is a far-left paradise — if you believe a paradise is a place where everyone thinks the same while carrying out violence on one another for little to no reason.

So, it should come as no surprise that video emerged earlier on Tuesday of businesses — like Wells Fargo bank — boarding up their windows ahead of the results of the 2022 midterm elections.

And for that to happen, businesses must believe — at least in part — that some Republicans could win in their area.

“Heading back to the office, I noticed that several businesses were boarding up their windows,” Twitter user J Sanchez said in a video posted to the social media platform. “Now why would they be doing that?”

Hmm, I wonder. Could it possibly be because of the communist activists — Antifa and others — having such a great track record of keeping Portland pristine following any event that could even be loosely construed as political?

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Sanchez even goes so far as to refer to that very point.

“Pretty soon I bet you Chase bank over there is going to board up their windows,” Sanchez said, “cause you know how these people in Portland get when things don’t go their way or they don’t get what they want.”

Sanchez is speaking about grown adults how most people speak about petulant children. I’d say it’s sad to live life that way, but pretty much anything Antifa does is a sad commentary on our society.