During a protest during “NOT MY PRESIDENT DAY” in Portland, Oregon, thirteen people were arrested. Among those included are seven adults and six juveniles. One of the protestors is a 66 year old woman and she tried to ‘unarrest‘ one of the other protestors. This fight was instigated when a young woman flipped off the police and was pushed to the ground. She then got up and proceeded to flip them off again. Those arrested were charged with a second-degree disorderly persons offense.
From Young Conservatives:
“The police gave the protesters plenty of warning for several minutes before police began to clear them out of the streets. Police used “limited deployment” of pepper spray and rubber bullets to control the crowd The ACLU declaring the “indiscriminate violence against Portlanders was shameful” and that most protesters “gathered on public property on the sidewalk when they were shoved down and arrested.”