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Portland’s mayor now wants more funding for police after Defund The Police campaign slashed budget
Antifa is still burning down Portland, with no end in sight for the violence and rioting. And now, the city’s mayor wants more funding for police to stop them – after the Defund The Police campaign slashed the budget.
Portland leaders slashed around $16 million from the police budget last year in a political move to appease Antifa and the push to defund police departments across the country.
Sadly, it’s taken this much violence for Portland to figure out they were wrong. Just last night, Antifa attacked a federal courthouse as they attempted to break in and burn it down. Only one person has been arrested so far.
Oddly enough, both of Oregon’s senators still refuse to condemn Antifa and the ongoing violence.
Portland might have a hard time recruiting new police officers, given the current state of affairs.
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