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"Don't be a f***ing Trump supporter in Portland," said a woman on the streets of that riot ridden city in response to the news that Aaron "Jay" Danielson was killed by Antifa militant Michael Forest Reinoehl.
In an interview with James Klug, who was talking to people on the streets of Portland, the woman carrying a Norstrom shopping bag had no concern at all for the young man who had been gunned down by an Antifa vigilante. In fact, she'd barely even heard about it.
"I don't think I've heard of another Trump supporter being shot," she said callously, "so the f*** what, he got shot. Is he alive?"
"I believe he died," Krug responds.
"Oh," she said, "Tough luck. Don't be a f***ing Trump supporter in Portland."
Middle-aged, masked, and tattooed, the unnamed Portland woman illustrates that she has no compassion for those who are maliciously murdered if they hold views that oppose her own. Even more, she appears to think that his murder was justified, as though that is what a Trump supporter deserves for having the nerve to walk the streets of Portland.
The disturbing video has been viewed nearly 800,000 times, and was retweeted by Donald Trump Jr., who called it "sick and twisted."
Krug interviewed other Portland residents as well, who stated their intention to continue to serve unrest in the streets of the northwest city that has seen over 100 nights of rioting.
"Like we are here to stay, y'know like" a young woman said. "If it takes throwing fireworks at the f***ing policeman, like it has to happen.
Speaking to Tucker Carlson about his friend's murder, Chandler Pappas said that he believes the political climate is very one-sided, and that he and his friend were targeted for their political views, which were made known by Danielson's wearing a Patriot Prayer hat.
Danielson was killed in Portland on August 29, and his death was celebrated by Antifa and BLM activists. He was unarmed, save for a can of bear mace.