Guilty verdict didn’t stop more rioting.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
Antifa extremists in Portland celebrated the guilty conviction of Derek Chauvin by smashing up Starbucks and punching a police officer in yet another night of chaos.
More bedlam unfolded on the streets of America’s most “progressive” city following the news that Chauvin had been found guilty on all counts in the George Floyd case.
Within hours of the verdict, crowds gathered near the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse and Multnomah County Justice Center and began spray painting the building.
They subsequently smashed up a Starbucks as police declared an unlawful assembly.
Another video shows a militant leftist straight up punching a police officer in the face before he is pounced on by other cops.
According to police, two people were arrested during the riot.
Oregon Live quoted a protester who said she showed up to “pay homage to what happened today.”
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler had previously declared a 24 hour state of emergency and placed the National Guard on standby in anticipation of mass unrest in the event that Chauvin wasn’t found guilty on all charges.
However, despite the fact that he was convicted and Antifa got what they wanted, they decided to trash the city anyway.