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VIDEO: Portland Woman Confronts Antifa, Tells Them They Made City Laughingstock Of U.S.

Portland, OR – A woman living near the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in downtown Portland furiously confronted an antifa group outside her home to demand they pack up and leave her neighborhood in peace after five months of chaos and destruction (video below).

Video footage of the confrontation, which was posted to Twitter on Saturday night, showed a blonde woman wearing a pink shirt and black vest as she angrily confronted the rioters out on the street.

Members of the group, most of whom were wearing helmets and other “protective” gear, swarmed around her as loud music blared in the background.

“I want you to shut up!” she yelled emphatically.

One of the rioters told her that they were holding a “celebration,” but the woman wasn’t about to accept that explanation.

“Oh, f—k that,” she retorted. “I want peace and quiet! I live there!”

“I want my people to be safe,” argued one of the masked rioters.

“This isn’t making them safe! Why can’t you get that?” the woman shouted back at him. “We are a laughingstock all over the United States.”

One of the rioters interrupted her at that point to tell her she needed to pull her mask up over her nose.

“Oh, f—k you, we’re outside,” the furious resident fired back, jabbing her finger at the rioter’s chest.

She then declared that the antifa mob had “f—ked up” the city of Portland.

“You have!” she insisted. “I grew up in the 60s and 70s – I know how to protest…I am sick of the litter, of the noise, and the bulls—t. I’m sick of the bulls—t!”

The mob began taunting the woman as she spun around and started storming off, the video showed.

“Go home, Karen!” they chanted. “Entitlement – it’s a hell of a thing! White privilege! How’s your white privilege working?”

The infuriated resident yelled at the mob to “get a life” as she walked away.

Another video showed a rioter pinning the woman’s arms back while holding her from behind as the group encircled her.

She kicked at one of the rioters and demanded they let her go as they yelled at her to go home.

It is unclear whether the woman was restrained before or after the video that showed her walking away from the antifa crowd.

It wasn’t the first time that a frustrated Portland resident stood up to the riotous mob.

A female motorist threw her vehicle into park in the middle of the street and jumped out to confront a large group that was blocking the roadway one night in September, video footage showed.

She got into a male rioter’s face and started yelling as he scrambled backwards.

“I’m tired of y’all!” she told him. “Make sure you clean up when you’re done!”

In August, rioters threw paint on two elderly residents who were trying to stop them from vandalizing a police precinct, photos and video footage showed.

Both women were in their 70s, The Oregonian reported.

That same night, an elderly woman using a walker was taunted by rioters who tried to block her from using a fire extinguisher to put out a blaze they’d ignited outside the precinct.

Watch the incident unfold in the videos below. Warning – Obscene Language:

Written by
Holly Matkin

Holly is a former probation and parole officer who is married to a sheriff’s deputy. She is a regular contributor to Signature Montana magazine, and has written feature articles for Distinctly Montana magazine.

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Written by Holly Matkin


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