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Warped Liberals Dump Buckets Of Fake Blood At ICE Building in Portland

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Warped Liberals Dump Buckets Of Fake Blood At ICE Building in Portland

While hardworking Americans were off doing their jobs, a group of likely unemployed liberals stood outside of the Portland Oregon ICE facility with signs and buckets of blood. The group dumped a ridiculous amount of blood on the streets and sidewalk outside of the facility.

I guess we should be happy that at least THIS group, was not violent? It does bring up a few questions, however. Is this not the distractions of government property? A chargeable offense. Also, was the fake blood non-toxic and environmentally safe? We know how they feel about being green.

Oregon Live adds that the protest, put together by Extinction Rebellion PDX, OccupyICEPDX, the Portland Sanctuary Coalition and the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, was named El Rio de Sangre, or the River of Blood to demonstrate against deaths at the Rio Grande and for those coming to the border, such as the father and daughter who recently drowned trying to cross it. The blood also symbolized “the bloodshed of the U.S.’s racist immigration policies,” activists said.

The protestors also said they were highlighting the impacts of climate change that they said is driving migrants up to over the southern border. People in Central America are migrating to escape the drought causing hunger in the area, according to NBC News.

We believe the U.S. has a big responsibility as the biggest contributor to carbon emissions globally,” said Cassia Gammill, an activist from Extinction Rebellion PDX. “We caused the climate crisis, and we need to take responsibility. Punishing the people who are suffering for it is wrong.”

Protestors in white with “ICE” painted on held signs that said “Climate Justice = Immigration Justice,” and “ICE has blood on its hands,” and blocked the street in front of the ICE building, near SW Bancroft and Macadam.

The fake blood caused slick conditions on the road, Portland police spokeswoman Lt. Tina Jones said. The eastbound side of the road was closed for about two hours while the Portland Bureau of Transportation helped with the cleanup.

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