Leftists claim Portland police set their own building ablaze—but Antifa proudly admitted to the crime

Leftists claim that those who set the Portland Police Association building ablaze did it to frame Antifa. But Antifa has proudly admitted to committing the crime.


Leftists on social media are reporting that police or right-wingers began the July 18 arson attack on the Portland Police Association building. They claim that those who set the building ablaze did it to frame Antifa. But Antifa has proudly admitted to committing the crime.

One conspirator compared the torching of the Portland Police Association to the 1933 Reichstag Fire in Berlin, in which Adolf Hitler used the fire as an excuse to arrest Nazi Party dissenters. Another agreed, calling the crime an "inside job."

Robert Evans of Bellingcat, who has been covering the riots and witnessed the fire in Portland, dispelled the false rumors from his position as a pro-Antifa advocate.

Those who claim the police are responsible for torching their own structures are disproven by activists who believe so fully in destruction that they are unashamed of their crimes.

Evans exalted the act of terrorism, glorifying the burning of the police union hall as an "intelligent, deliberate and successful action by well organized activists."

Moreover, the PPA was a "well chosen" and "valid target" and its burning a "justified act of protest," Evans claimed.

The emerging anti-police scapegoat narrative is being replaced by those Antifa participants who would rather take the credit for their destruction.

Yet, even The Oregonian upholds this narrative that the rioting, arson and mayhem are in some way peaceful.

Video footage emerging from the city of Portland overnight refutes this media portrayal.

Portland has seen over 50 days of rioting and the elected officials of that city have declined to take actions against the vandals, arsonists, criminals, looters, assaulters, and violent criminals that have kept the city under siege.


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