Portland Protests

WATCH: Antifa Attacks Oregon GOP Rally, Police Slow to Respond

Antifa rioters attacked a Republican political rally in Portland, Oregon, Saturday and threw smoke canisters and other objects. Attendees said police took more than 20 minutes to respond to calls for help. In a separate incident on Friday, Antifa members threw paint-filled bags, fireworks, and rocks at “People’s Convoy” vehicles.

Antifa members toss a smoke canister at supporters of Oregon gubernatorial candidate Stan Pulliam. (Twitter video screenshot)

WATCH: Portland Mayor Accosted by Protester While Dining with Family

A protester accosted Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler last week as he attempted to eat at a sushi restaurant with his daughter. The protester screamed at the mayor and accused him of gassing children. Protesters confronted the mayor at least two other times when he attempted to dine in public.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is accosted by a protester while dining out with his teenage daughter. (Twitter Video Screenshot)

Portland Police Detain 100 Antifa Rioters, Arrest 13

Portland Police Bureau officers surrounded and temporarily detained about 100 Antifa protesters after they vandalized multiple businesses in the Pearl District. Police identified and photographed all of the protesters, and some journalists, and placed 13 people under arrest.

Portland police officers "kettle" a group of about 100 Antifa protesters on March 12. (Twitter Video Screenshot/Bethany Kerley)

Antifa Caused $2.3M in Riot Damage to Federal Property in Oregon, Says U.S. Attorney

The U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon estimated the cost of repairing damage to federal buildings in Portland caused by Antifa at more than $2 million. The estimate follows months of rioting, mostly centered around the federal courthouse. This estimate does not include any damage to state, county, and/or city building, or damage to private property and businesses.

PORTLAND, OREGON - JULY 27: People gather to protest in front of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in downtown Portland as the city experiences another night of unrest on July 27, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. For over 57 straight nights, protesters in downtown Portland have faced off in often …

PHOTOS: Portland Leftists Build Warzone-Style Barriers to Keep Cops Out

Radical leftists erected warzone-syle barricades to block Portland, Oregon, police from enforcing an eviction order on the occupants of what is known as “the Red House on Mississippi.” The barricade is at least three blocks wide and in some places consists of a six-layer fence and barricade.

PORTLAND, OR - DECEMBER 09: Layers of chainlink fence and wood block the North entry to the Red House on Mississippi Street on December 9, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. Police and protesters clashed during an attempted eviction Tuesday morning, leading protesters to establish a barricade around the Red House. (Photo …

WATCH: Armed Protester Arrested in Portland

Antifa protesters suddenly cheered federal law enforcement agents and officers when they appeared to arrest an armed counter-protester Wednesday. The cheers followed shortly behind anti-police chants outside the Pioneer Courthouse in Portland, Oregon.

Anti-police Antifa protesters cheer cops after they detain an armed counter protester. (Twitter Video Screenshot)

NAACP Chapter Distances from Antifa Violence in Washington State

The Vancouver, Washington, chapter of the NAACP condemned the recent violence that plagued the Portland, Oregon, suburb over the weekend. Antifa members crossed the Columbia River into the city on consecutive nights over the weekend and attacked residents and vandalized businesses.

VANCOUVER, WA - OCTOBER 31: A Black Lives Matter protester wears a clown mask while marching on October 31, 2020 in Vancouver, Washington. Dueling protests continued Saturday night after police shot and killed Kevin E. Peterson Jr., on Thursday night. (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

Portland to Mark Police Helmets with Prominent ID Numbers

The Portland Police Bureau will clearly mark police officers’ helmets for identification, the city’s mayor announced. Mayor Ted Wheeler said a number will be “prominently displayed on officers’ helmets during crowd management events.” Mayor Wheeler tweeted on Friday: The Portland

A Portland police officer pushes back protesters, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, in Portland. The protests, which began over the killing of George Floyd, often result frequent clashes between protesters and law enforcement. (AP Photo/John Locher)