Portland celebrates Biden win with illegal street racing, crowds outside ICE chanting ‘come out and fight’
Crowds in Portland participated in illegal street races, and guns were fired into the air during a celebration celebrating Joe Biden (Joe Biden) who was considered the winner of the 2020 presidential election on Saturday night.
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office said dozens of demonstrators also marched to buildings occupied the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), chanting “turn on the lights and come out to fight.” The police transferred resources to the vicinity of Elizabeth Casers Park and McCadham Avenue and conducted enhanced patrols on Saturday night.
Portland election disrupts emergency services with disruptive crowds entering the streets
Before 9 pm, the officer responded to an illegal racing incident in North Portland at the junction of Northeast MLK and Columbia Avenue. The intersection was blocked for about an hour. The officer came in from the south, and the sound truck announced the scattered people in the area and told them. Kevin Allen, representing the Portland Police Department, the Office of the Multnomah County Sheriff and the Unified Command of the Oregon State Police, said in the latest video update that the update time is 9:30 pm.
Aerial footage captured the Portland Police Air Support Unit showed that illegal racers set off fireworks and drove dangerously before the officers arrived and cleared the intersection.
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