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  • August 17th | Patriots Leave

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

  • August 17th | Debate a Lefty

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

  • August 17th | Joe Biggs

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

  • August 17th | Debate a Cyclist

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

  • August 17th | United Patriots of America

    Joey Gibson

    The Gathering of the Patriots

    Antifa Spotters

    Get Him Outta Here

    Hell Shaking Street Preachers

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  • August 17th | Crossing Over

    Patriots Crossing to the East

    Hawthorne Bridge

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  • August 17th | Counter Protest

    “Go Home Nazis!”

    Looney left wing so-called “activists” caused a mild disruption among the peaceful patriots when Portland’s Liberation made their glorious reveal.

    Haley Adams, the co-founder of Portland’s Liberation, is currently running for Portland mayor in 2020. She’s leading in the polls against Ted Wheeler, Teressa Raiford and Sarah Iannarone.

    Arun Gupta | Fake News

    Fake News Provocateur, Arun Gupta, was seen stalking around, like a Vulture.

    Gupta, whose only known accomplishment was simply having a career as a mediocre chef, is now deciding, at this juncture in his life, to cross over into the realm of Fake News citizen journalism.

    Sparking Healthy Debate

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

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  • August 17th | Patriotism Combined

    Crossing The Bridge

    After a mid-bridge halt, which lasted several minutes, police finally gave the go-ahead for patriots to move forward.

    Onward, Patriots!

    Patriots from all walks of life came out to celebrate freedom, liberty, and all American values. Journalist, streamers, and concerned citizens were among them. Being in the center of the crowd, no one appeared to be angry or bitter. They were happy to be there and thankful to the police who were there to ensure everyone’s safety.

    Police Doing Their Jobs

    Police officers made sure that there was adequate space between the terror group who is prone to violence, known as Antifa, and the peaceful loving patriotic protesters who obey the law.

    Merging of the Patriots

    They were met with welcome arms and even a live solo musical performance by Veteran Gregory Isaacson.

    However, it wasn’t all love and embrace; tensions were met with hostility at the gate as an arm-locked group of counter protesters chanted, repeatedly, “Go Home Nazis” while holding a poster that read “WHITE SUPREMACY IS TERRORISM”

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  • August 17th | Gatekeepers at the Bridge

    PPB was geared up and ready to serve as gatekeepers of the downtown district as the Morrison bridge was occupied by multiple law enforcement officers in riot gear.

    Not Welcome Here

    Protesters were stopped dead in their tracks.

    Chief Danielle Outlaw and Mayor Ted Wheeler‘s new catchphrase “Not Welcome Here” was expressed, in sentiment, during the halting of the patriots.

    Brandon Farley | Optics Media

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  • August 17th | Setting Up for Dueling Protests
    Portland Police outside Multnomah Justice Center

    On August 17th, 2019 several unpermitted rallies, on two opposing sides, were set to take place in downtown Portland.

    Starting Line

    Demonstrations, on both sides, began at the waterfront.

    Concrete barricades were put into place. Members of the Portland Police Bureau stood and watched while others surveyed the area. PPB Liaisons were also there to interact with event attendees and organizers.

    Music played on a speaker in the background as attendees were making their way to Salmon Springs Fountain.

    Defacement of Public Property

    Anarchist symbolism, a form of Mental Gymnastics, was seen plastered along the waterfront; some of it was expressing an anti-cop point of view.

    Graffiti Vandalism (ACAB | All Cops Are Bastards)

    Patriots Are Coming

    Joe Biggs and the Proud Boys were leading a large pack of Patriots on the other side of the river as police were gearing up for the next encounter.

    Lost Lefties

    Left Wing activist poured in, some groups getting lost along the way.

    Geese and Police

    Geese were grazing. Police surveying the area.

    Patriots on the west side were eager to spread their message, peacefully, while they waited for the others to cross the bridge.

    Treason has a PRICE | COLUSION (misspelled) DELUSION IS Just “THAT”

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  • Street Interview | Homeless Schizophrenic & Trans

    Gay White Privilege

    On Sunday, August 4th, 2019, a homeless gay mentally disabled trans man spoke out about a range of topics, including Pedophelia within the gay community and life on the streets of Portland, Oregon.

  • Portland’s Liberation Crashes “Borderless” Social Justice Event


    Border Resistance Tour – Portland, OR

    DetailsDiscussion of current direct action & autonomous organizing in the Southern border regions of the so-called United States.

    Please keep in mind that this event is centered around BIPOC & immigrants: we are creating a safer space environment for people to feel comfortable & confident. Additionally, all Anarres events are always aimed at being a safer spaces for marginalized people. Please keep this in mind with your words & actions, at this event and all other Anarres events.

    The building is ADA accessible, folks with wheelchairs should be able to get in. The bathroom should be able to fit standard wheelchairs, and has a metal bar for support. We encourage people to contact the venue (SJAC) directly if you have additional concerns.

    sjac@riseup.net /// 971 279 7740 /// 400 SE 12th Ave, Portland

    please also cc us on the email at firebrandcollective@protonmail.com, so we can help provide you support at the event. We want as many folks to come out as possible!

    from the organizers:

    “We will be giving first hand accounts from local organizers about the last 8 months of Direct Action and Mutual Aid in the Border towns of Juarez, El Paso, TJ & San Diego. Including Contra Viento y Marea (autonomous migrant warehouse lock-ins), and Tornillo the Occupation. The work is currently centered around building infrastructure to meet & alleviate the basic needs of migrants and detainees with Food not Walls and Casa Carmelita in El Paso, and Hecate Society in TJ. We will also be talking about our upcoming Border Resistence Convergence in Sept.”

    “We will be giving first hand accounts from local majority QTBIPOC organisers about the last 8 months of Direct Action and Mutual Aide in the Border towns of Juarez/El Paso and Tijuana/SanDiego. Including Contra Viento y Marea, Tornillo the Occupation, and No Mas Muertes/No More Deaths. The work is currently centered around building infrastructure to meet/alleviate the basic needs of migrants and detainees with Food not Walls and Casa Carmelita in El Paso, and Hecate Society in TJ. Other crews will join us for one or two locations. We will also be talking about and inviting you to our upcoming Border Resistance Convergence happening in El Paso Sept 1-10th #meetmeintexas#hecatesociety#rvlt_19#carmelitacasa#casacarmelita#nomoredeaths

    Public · Hosted by Anarres Infoshop & Community Space and Social Justice Action Center


  • Mayor Ted Wheeler’s Sex Offenders | Community Member Expresses Concerns

    On Wednesday, July 31st, 2019, community member, Chuck Crockett sat down to talk to Mayor Ted Wheeler about his open associations with known sex offenders, such as Matt Hennessee.

    Commissioner Nick Fish got up and left the City Council Chambers, right before Crockett spoke, and then sat back down, right at the end of his 2 minutes.

    Commissioner Chloe Eudaly let out a Long Sigh after Crockett had mentioned the city’s lack of response and aid to the African American community in Portland. She kept her head down, for the most part, occasionally looking up and getting distracted by the sounds of construction on the building, but overall, appearing overtly disinterested, the entire time he was speaking.

    At the end, none of the commissioners responded to any of his public testimony, aside from a “Thank you, next” given by the Mayor.

    YouTube Interview with Chuck Crockett on Oregon Voter Digest | Community issues at core of Multnomah County Commission election – May 6, 2018

    Child Rapist Matt Hennessee

    On June 12th, 2019, Portland Police Bureau held a meeting with Pastor Matt Hennessee at the Doubletree Hotel with a Barbeque outside at Holliday Park. He was there to present his “Public Safety Plan.”

    Hennessee is known to have raped his underaged family member, from when she was a preteen, to right before she would have turned of legal age, had she not told the truth to her school’s counselor, for fear of escalation.

    Pastor J.W. Matt Hennessee Raped Child Family Member

    This is known, yet, Hennessee has been given a role to serve in the community, alongside the Police Department, to reach out, personally, to disaffected youth.

  • Pastor J.W. Matt Hennessee Raped Child Family Member

    Civic leader Accused of Sex Abuse

    1990s Ex-PDC chairman Matt Hennessee paid for a teen relative’s counseling after others heard her allegations

    Friday, November 04, 2005 | The Oregonian

    The Following Report was Gathered by SCOTT LEARN and ANNA GRIFFIN

    “Scott Learn: 503-294-7657; scottlearn@news.oregonian.com AnnaGriffin: 503-294-5988; annagriffin@news.oregonian.com

    Matt Hennessee, a pastor, civic leader and recently departed chairman
    of the Portland Development Commission, was accused of sexually
    abusing an underaged female relative more than a decade ago,
    according to interviews, documents and law enforcement records.

    Prosecutors declined to press charges in 1993 because Hennessee, the
    teenager and her mother refused to cooperate. But in recent
    interviews and a signed statement to The Oregonian, the woman, now
    29, says Hennessee abused her “several times per week” from age 12
    or 13 to 16.

    Documents obtained by the newspaper include e-mails Hennessee sent
    to the woman in 2003 admitting sexual abuse, a police report on the
    investigation and an attorney case file that documents a settlement in
    which Hennessee paid for the girl’s counseling.

    Hennessee left the city’s urban renewal agency on July 27 at the end
    of his three-year term. A former Nike executive, he now leads
    Quiktrak, a Beaverton technology firm, and serves as pastor at a North
    Portland church. He came to Oregon in 1988 at the request of future
    Gov. Ted Kulongoski to oversee the state workers’ compensation

    He considered running for mayor in 2004. More recently, friends and
    supporters have suggested he challenge U.S. Rep. David Wu, D-Ore.,
    in 2006.

    In a July 26 interview, Hennessee, 46, said describing his conduct with
    the girl as sexual would be “very, very mischaracterized.” He declined
    to answer direct questions about whether he had sex with her.
    In a written statement to The Oregonian late last month, Hennessee
    apologized for what he called “my inappropriate exposure and poor
    judgment,” without explaining what that meant. He also said former
    relatives were out to destroy his reputation.

    The woman said she declined to cooperate with authorities as a
    teenager because she cared for Hennessee and hoped to protect him.

    She said she agreed to come forward now because Hennessee remains
    in trustworthy positions, and his recent statements suggest he hasn’t
    accepted responsibility for his actions or their impact.

    “Mr. Hennessee was a trusted and important figure in my life,” her
    statement says, “and he violated the trust I placed in him.”
    The Oregonian began researching Hennessee’s background this
    summer for a story about his life and career, his tenure atop the
    Development Commission and his future plans.

    Reporters learned of the sexual abuse allegations in late July from a
    source outside the family. Public records from the Multnomah County
    district attorney and the Portland Police Bureau indicate there was a
    1993 investigation.

    On July 26, Hennessee said he had not heard of that investigation.
    “What happened was a private family issue, period,” Hennessee said

    The woman initially declined to talk to reporters about Hennessee.
    When told of Hennessee’s responses, she changed her mind. She also
    provided records on the case.

    The Oregonian does not publish the names of sex abuse victims
    without their consent, and is not publishing the name of the woman or
    her exact relationship to Hennessee to protect her identity. The
    woman, who lives in the Portland area and is married with young
    children, said she is willing to testify in court to the truth of her

    The police report, obtained in late September, and a letter
    Hennessee’s lawyer sent to police indicate that Hennessee knew about
    the allegations. He spoke with a state child abuse investigator, the
    report says, and had a lawyer talk to police on his behalf.
    In his October statement, Hennessee did not address why he originally
    told reporters he had not heard of the investigation.

    The woman also provided two emails that she says Hennessee sent in
    January 2003, after she decided to break off contact with him. In the
    long missives, Hennessee apologized twice for sexually abusing her,
    adding that he “never sexually abused anyone before you and never
    have since then.”

    “I would give my life to re-live and do it differently where you’re
    concerned,” he said in the first email. “I apologize for abusing you

    He later added: “While I respect and appreciate your protection of me,
    I hope you know it makes me feel no less guilty about what I did to
    you and has been the catalyst for me to make sure (to) leave this life
    never, ever doing something so horrible again.”

    Hennessee, who was about 29 to 33 at the time of the alleged abuse,
    did not dispute the emails. In his statement, he said he does not
    “begrudge anyone for sharing with you private and privileged emails.”
    He said they were written “with the intent of aiding our healing

    After the July interview, Hennessee refused repeated requests to talk
    further with reporters.

    In his recent statement, Hennessee did not elaborate on either the
    events of 12 years ago or why relatives would be out to get him,
    saying that doing so would “open a gate of mutually resolved
    disagreements and counter accusations.”

    “With God’s help, I sought forgiveness, reconciliation and healing
    many years ago for the issues within my ex-family which stemmed
    from my childhood and other trauma . . . ,” he wrote. “I refuse to be a
    part of rehashing the details of this issue or my version of this matter
    in the media.”

    State, police investigate

    The report Portland police compiled gives the following account from
    investigators and the people they interviewed:
    Hennessee’s relative, then 16, went to a school counselor in 1992 to
    report that she was being sexually abused and feared the abuse was
    about to escalate.

    The counselor called Child Protective Services, which launched an
    investigation. In March 1993, someone sent authorities a separate,
    anonymous note accusing Hennessee of abuse.
    That triggered a
    separate police investigation.

    The lead detective on the case called the teenager and her mother,
    who both would not talk.
    The report says he also left a message on
    Hennessee’s work phone at Nike.

    Portland lawyer Philip Lewis called back on Hennessee’s behalf several
    days later. The attorney said Hennessee “was unwilling to discuss the
    situation with the police,” the report says. Lewis also sent a letter to
    police saying Hennessee was exercising his constitutional right to
    remain silent and to not provide evidence against himself — the
    standard approach he recommends for clients accused of sex abuse,
    according to Lewis’ Web site.

    The Police Bureau forwarded its file to the Multnomah County
    prosecutor. But records say the district attorney’s office declined to
    charge Hennessee because the girl “did not wish to prosecute.”

    According to the police detective, the teenager told the state
    investigator that the abuse lasted 18 months, from age 14_1/2 to 16.
    She said Hennessee fondled her breasts and genitals and had her
    touch his genitals through his pants
    , the report says.

    Today, the woman says the abuse also included oral sex and genital
    contact short of penetration
    , and began when she was 12 or 13, not

    She says she was trying to protect Hennessee by downplaying the
    severity of the abuse to the school counselor and the state
    She didn’t realize the school counselor would report the
    abuse allegation to the state.

    “I just needed to talk about it with someone,” she said recently. “I felt
    afraid and alone, and I knew I needed help.

    File Documents Payment

    The woman says the abuse stopped after she first spoke with her
    school counselor and a state child abuse worker became involved.
    Soon after, lawyers for the girl and Hennessee began negotiating a
    private settlement, she said.

    Mark Austin Cross, the teenager’s attorney at the time, told The
    Oregonian that Hennessee promised to distance himself from the girl,
    pay her therapy and legal bills, and attend counseling himself. She
    promised not to sue him or seek criminal prosecution.

    Cross’ file on the case includes several letters he wrote to Lewis
    requesting Hennessee’s payment for the woman’s counseling and
    letters from Lewis transmitting the payments.

    The woman gave Cross permission to speak with reporters. Lewis,
    Hennessee’s attorney then, declined to discuss the case.

    Hennessee remained a part of the woman’s life for another decade. He
    interacted with her, her husband and children, she said, and gave
    them up to $8,000 for a down payment on a house.

    She decided to break off contact with Hennessee in 2003. In e-mails to
    him, she wrote that she was wary of him spending time alone with her
    She said recently that she finally had realized she did not
    have to maintain contact with him.

    Hennessee paid for her to attend counseling for three years, she said,
    starting when she was 16. Since then, she says she has been in
    therapy off and on.

    The woman said she still lives with psychological pain from the abuse,
    but has a happy marriage and happy children. The statute of
    limitations on the charge prosecutors were considering has expired
    and the woman and her mother both said they will not sue Hennessee.

    “I am aware that Mr. Hennessee has also suffered in life, and I feel
    compassion for him,” the woman wrote in her statement. “However, if
    Mr. Hennessee is not willing to speak truthfully about what happened
    to me, then I am concerned that he has not profited from his
    counseling or realized how damaging sexual abuse is for children.

    Rise to public service

    In his written statement, Hennessee mentions the difficulty of his
    childhood. Before the abuse allegations surfaced, he told The
    Oregonian that his early struggles shaped his commitment to public

    Hennessee’s 16-year-old mother gave him to an orphanage just after
    he was born in 1959 in Columbus, Ohio. He spent his first three years
    in braces to correct deformities in his hands and feet.

    At age 7, his foster mother died in a car accident, sending him back to
    the orphanage and then to a second foster home, a period he
    described in earlier interviews as “the hardest time of my life.”

    Hennessee was 9, he says, when he memorized Martin Luther King
    Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. In the sixth grade, he told his teacher
    he wanted to be president someday. Classmates elected him student
    body president at Oberlin College in Ohio, then he took a series of
    government leadership jobs.

    In 1988, he came to Oregon under then-Gov. Neil Goldschmidt and
    insurance commissioner Kulongoski to run the state Workers’
    Compensation Division.

    He moved on in 1990 to become a Nike executive, and in 1999 he left
    to run Quiktrak, where the company’s owners credit him with tripling
    revenues and creating an open and warm culture. Today his friends
    include Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Coretta Scott King and
    her eldest daughter, Yolanda.

    This spring, Hennessee was chosen to head the Vancouver Avenue
    First Baptist Church in North Portland after 16 years as an assistant
    pastor at a nearby church. Congregation members say he has
    revitalized the church and increased attendance with his inspirational
    and energetic preaching style. He married for the second time in May.
    His time leading the Portland Development Commission featured some
    dramatic successes — including helping to shepherd through the South
    Waterfront development. But he also drew criticism that he allowed a
    culture of free-spending and insufficient public involvement on
    controversial projects such as the renewal of the Burnside Bridgehead
    Redevelopment area.

    In November 2004, Kulongoski appointed Hennessee to a four-year
    term as a policyholder representative on the board of Saif Corp., the
    state workers’ compensation insurer. He resigned on Aug. 19, telling
    the agency that his company had switched to a different workers’
    compensation insurer.

    Hennessee’s friends and colleagues say he has an uncanny ability to
    inspire people, connect across races and look on the bright side of any
    situation. They compare his political potential to that of U.S. Sen.
    Barack Obama, D-Ill.

    Hennessee, who like Obama is African American, has said that many
    blacks think their leaders are targeted by the news media and the
    powers-that-be: “There’s a feeling that every time one emerges, he’s
    always going to get hit hard.”

    In an earlier interview, he said his worst mistake in life was fathering a
    son out of wedlock when he was 26. He said his strong faith also
    stemmed from his difficult childhood.

    Religion “recognizes that a lot of people are hunkered down, stalled in
    their lives, because of the things they have done,” Hennessee said,
    describing the appeal of church.

    “Christ forgave Saul. Even when the disciples asked, ‘How many times
    must I forgive?’ he says you’ve got to keep on forgiving people, giving
    them a chance.”


    Child Rapist | Pastor J.W. Matt Hennessee

    Oregon Voter Digest | Misconduct & prominent men – Pastor Matt Hennessee – March 4, 2018

  • Alt-Left Grifters Seek Funds for August 17th “Spectacle”


    Desperate fringe Group, PopMob PDX, from Antifa was responsible for Milkshaking Several Protesters, Journalist, and Bystanders at the June 29th Protest in Downtown Portland.

    This time, however, they seem to have run all out of funding for their operation of evil and have once again resorted to Online and Flyer Based Grifting to contribute to their “Vegan Milkshakes” saying on their website, “If you have a few bucks to spare and would like to help us build a mass movement against bigotry and fascism, consider making a donation. Every dollar counts!

    They stapled large flyers all around a NW neighborhood by downtown’s Fred Meyer grocery store.

    WARNING: Don’t Contribute to this Unwanted Spectacle. They have caused enough damage in the City of Portland.

    Instead, perhaps, consider contributing to a Hard Working Independent Journalists in Portland, like Brandon Farley.

    Block Them Before They Block You

    If you see PopMob flyers anywhere around town, RIP THEM OFF!

  • LGBT Patriots Protest in front of Portland Mayor’s House

    Speak out against PRO-Fascism!

    Portland’s Liberation came back, a second Saturday in a row, to Mayor Ted Wheeler’s house on July 27th, 2019.

    Alyssa Bang and Drakken Saer headed up the event in support of the trans community. Haley Adams was also there to show support, despite having to leave early for a family emergency.

    (00:55) Drakken was interviewed by standoffish PSU Vanguard reporter, Gregory Retts, who decided to walk on the other side of the road, while protesters were making their way towards Ted Wheeler’s House.

    (07:46) Haley Adams read a brief history on her influence in Portland, over the years; how she has been standing up for the 1st and 2nd Amendments and fighting for Liberation against the Communist Siege of Portland by the terrorist organization known as Antifa. She also spoke out about empowering the LGBT community and how Mayor Ted Wheeler has a personal bias against right leaning people in that community, denying their basic rights to liberty and justice.

    People from all different backgrounds and walks of life came out to show their support for this event, including a bisexual hispanic man and former homeless man wearing pink pajamas.

    The event was another Huge Success as Antifa did not show up to cause trouble and the neighbors did not come out to complain. No laws were broken, which is to be expected from a regular gathering of patriotic American-loving citizens.

    — Video was Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

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  • Homeless Woman Raped in Doorway at Knifepoint

    NW 13th and Glisan (Downtown Portland)

    Police say they responded to a call at around 4:30 am on July 26th, 2019, that two women were attacked by a man, with a knife, who was wearing a black hoodie and khaki pants with long hair in a ponytail.

    One woman, asleep in a doorway, was raped at knifepoint. She was sent to the hospital with minor physical injuries. It is yet to be known about her current mental state.

    The vile perpetrator was not captured. He fled north, getting away from the scene of the crime. Police were scoping the area for cameras.

    Sex assault detectives are investigating the case asking anyone with information or video related to this case to contact Detective Ross Dormady at 503-823-0880 or ross.dormady@portlandoregon.gov

    Fox 12 News was on the scene to interview neighbors. However, they did not report the news accurately. The fact that this woman was Homeless and sleeping in a doorway had been omitted from their Full Story. They, instead, referred to her as a “Stranger.”

    This attack occured in an area where expensive condominiums are being built while million dollar boulders are being used to detour the Homeless along the I-405.


    An inconvenient truth is that Homeless People don’t get the same protections as their Housed Neighbors in Portland. They are quite often seen as Less Than Human in the eyes of the Media and also a majority of Citizens.

    The OPTICS Need to Change

  • Antifa Children Out Past Curfew | Journalist Caught in the Limelight

    Underaged Antifas Stalk and Harass Videographer at Willem Van Spronsen “Martyr” Vigil (Occupy ICE PDX)

    Earlier in the night, Portland’s Liberation came to crash the Elephants Deli Pizza Party and were accompanied by Nick Marlas (Love The Police PDX)

    But, now that the pizza was consumed and it was getting close to their bedtimes, their appetites for destruction were setting in.

    As they were relentlessly stalking and harassing Portland Videographer, Brandon Farley, their loud noise was enough to disturbed the neighbors out of bed.

    A woman on a porch asks them to keep it down.

  • Love The Police PDX March on the Waterfront (Video)

    Love The Police PDX Flash March on the Waterfront w/ Portland’s Liberation.

    — Thanks for Watching

    — Video was Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

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  • Crazed Gunman at Mayor’s House Plans to “Slaughter” Antifa

    (Public Safety Alert)
    Shane Michael Kohlfield

    July 20th, 2019 | Portland’s Liberation Event: Occupy Ted’s House

    Mentally ill patriot gave disturbing testimony of some of his actions regarding his enemy Antifa. He mentioned being present at the Haley Adams Him Too March on November 17th, 2018. He claims, however, that he had planted himself on the side of Counter Protesters to “Understand the Enemy.”

    More disturbing than that was when he mentioned writing a congressman detailing, in a manifesto, how he would “Slaughter” Antifa; All while having a knife strapped to his left shoulder, Oregon Concealed Gun License strapped to his right, and a t-shirt that said “This Is My Killing Shirt”

    Shane’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AntiHer0331

    — Thanks for Watching

    — Video was Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

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  • Ted Wheeler: Pedophile Mayor?

    Portland’s Liberation Calls Out Mayor Ted Wheeler for his Collaborations with Known PEDOPHILES.

    Haley Adams and Reggie Axtell both spoke against Mayor Ted Wheeler, on his own front lawn, calling him out for his associations with known pedophiles, such as Micah Rhodes and Terry Bean.

    FACT: Terry Bean has given financial contributions to 3 of the 5 Portland Commissioners, which they have not returned; #DarkMoney

    Bean is Currently being investigated for Sex Crimes against a minor. #JefferyEpstien


    “In a New Lawsuit, a Second Alleged Juvenile Victim Claims Terry Bean Had Sex With Him”


    FACT: Micah Rhodes is Currently in prison because he was Too Close to Children during 2018 Occupy ICE PDX. #Antifa

    That was a violation of his probation. Rhodes had been a registered sex offender for raping a minor.

    This was already known among the group of ICE protesters, at the time, including Luis Marquez, who was one of the organizers of Occupy ICE PDX.

    Luis Marquez is widely speculated to be running an Antifa Pedophile Ring in his Basement and has been compared to Charles Manson as the next evil cult leader of our generation.


    “Portland protest leader Micah Rhodes avoids prison for sex abuse”


    Thanks for Watching

    — Video was Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

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  • Portland’s Liberation Occupies Mayor’s House

    Portland’s Liberation hosted an event on Saturday, July 20th, 2019, at Mayor Ted Wheeler’s lavish Mansion on the Hills.

    Patriots spoke out to condemn recent violent attacks against peaceful citizens on the streets by Masked Members of the Domestic Terrorist organization infamously known as “Antifa.”

    Journalist Andy Ngo was among their choice of Easy Victims on June 29th, 2019, during a downtown gathering that involving around a dozen Peaceful Patriot Protesters who were met with Hundreds, if not Thousands, of Rage-Induced Antifa Counter Protesters who were armed with Weapons and Cement-filled Milkshakes. They chose to attack people who they knew couldn’t or wouldn’t fight back.

    Portland Citizens have finally had enough of this terror and now decided to go directly to the source of Antifa’s unaccounted free reign of plotted destruction against anyone they deem to be a Nazi or a Fascist.

    Democratic Mayor Ted Wheeler had an abundance of “No Trespassing” signs posted throughout his property. His neighbor followed suit.

    Co-Founder of new activist collective, Portland’s Liberation, and Prospective Mayoral Candidate, Haley Adams, spoke openly with local media and event gatherers about some of the issues that face the city, such as the rise in Homeless, Drug Addicted, and Mentally Ill individuals, as well as, the Mayor’s refusal to say the word “Antifa.”

    The event was met with no opposition from any of the neighbors; No counter protesters arrived to foil the message. Everyone who wanted to speak, had the ability to, whereas, all of their attempted efforts to be heard on the Mayors platform, within City Council Chambers, have fallen upon deaf ears.

    The Mayors disgraceful acts have gone unaccounted up until this day, when Concerned Citizens and Portland’s Liberation showed up to his House Vowing to make Regular Returns until he is willing to either resign his positions as Mayor and Police Commissioner or help distinguish the fire within the City by Removing the Mask, Helping the Homeless, and letting the Police do their Jobs.


    – Hosted by Haley AdamsAlyssa Bang, Reggie Axtell, Skylor Jernigan; Portland’s Liberation and members of Patriot Prayer.

    Accompanied by local News Media (Oregonian, KATU), Independent Journalists, Concerned Citizens, and Cop Watchers, such as Kif Davis (Multnomah County CopWatch) and Chris Ponte (Oregon CopWatcher)

    — Thanks for Watching

    — Video was Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

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  • Portland Parks and Recreation Event

    Portland Parks and Recreation Event

    July 17th, 2019

  • Woman Arrested in Chinatown | Scooter Fail

    Old Town Chinatown [NW 1st Ave | NW Couch St]

    Seven officers assisted in the arrest of one individual. This included four bike cops, two Clean and Safe security guards, and the arresting officer who drove an SUV.

    June 5th, 2019 at 3:00pm

    While this was happening; a woman, with sagging pants, appearing to have a mental health crisis, attempted to hijack a Lime electric scooter.

    The alarm started to go off and then someone explained to her

    “You have to pay for it.”

    Guy on the Street

    She walked away, but not without leaving a pump-action butt plug on the handlebar.

    Shot and Edited by Brandon Farley

  • Starlight Parade Collection

    June 1st, 2019 – Startlight Parade

  • Providence Park Collection

    May 29th, 2019 – Three Illegal Campsite Notices – Three Days before New Stadium Grand Opening

    May 30th, 2019

    May 31st, 2019 – People Waiting for the Game

  • Pinboard Collection

    May 26th, 2019 – Shot with Panasonic Lumix FZ300

  • City Flora

    Goose Hollow (May 14th, 2019)

  • World Forestry Center Budget Meeting

    Google Photos

  • Teacher’s Walk Out
  • Couch Park
  • Forest Park Collection

    May 5th, 2019 – Taken with Panasonic Lumix FZ300

  • May Day

    Patrick Kimmons Protest at City Hall

    ICE Building Protest