Portland Occupy ICE Protest Camp Forcibly Removed

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The ICE office in Portland, Oregon has been closed for nearly nine days because of “Occupy ICE”, a movement to shut down the Immigration and Customs Enforcement by blocking access to the building. On Thursday, federal police moved in and forcibly removed the camps and fences, and made eight arrests.

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Note that Federal police were called in to take down the mess – why? Because the Portland government itself is primarily liberals.

The protesters took down the American flag and replaced it with a “welcome refugees” flag.

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What did they think would happen? Apparently their tiny little minds couldn’t figure out that they wouldn’t be allowed to stay indefinitely.

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