Top Democrat Staffer Arrested Rioting In Portland, You Won’t Believe Who Their Boss Is
(Tea Party 247) – The staffer to one of Oregon’s top Democrats has been arrested rioting in Portland.
This is today’s radical Democrat party, ladies and gentlemen.
Kristina Narayan was arrested with dozens of others on September 5 and was charged with interfering with a Peace Officer, which is a misdemeanor.
The Oregon House of Representative’s Speaker of the House, Tina Kotek.
She’s not just in charge of getting coffee or copying, either.
She is, according to her Linkedin profile, Kotek’s Legislative Director.
Tell me, are we to believe the Democrat Party is not packed full of radicals when top Dems’ top staffers are out facing off with law enforcement officers on the streets of their state’s major city?
This was no fluke incident, either. Both Kotek and Narayan would know that violence has been raging on Portland’s streets for months on end following the death of George Floyd in police custody back in May.
This is an organized, subversive attempt to wage war on U.S. law enforcement, and they’ve made that perfectly clear by trying to burn down police precincts and federal buildings.
Narayan would absolutely have known this.
Meanwhile, Kotek, for her part, has been whining about the use of force against the “protesters” waging war on Portland.
“It was an unnecessary escalation by the PPB against people exercising their freedom of assembly and freedom of speech,” Kotek said of one incident. “It showed an utter inability to exercise restraint. Smart policing is when an officer can differentiate a minor provocation from a serious threat. Nothing about this was smart.”
The evening Narayan was arrested, the PPB described the situation like so:
“Many in the crowd were carrying large shields (photo) and dressed in protective gear including helmets, gas masks, body armor, and all black clothing. It was clear that the intent of the crowd was not [a] peaceful protest. Therefore officers were positioned in such a way that prevented the march from reaching East Precinct. A police vehicle outfitted with a loudspeaker advised the crowd that, for the safety of city employees and all community members, the march would not be allowed to proceed that direction.
“At about 9:15p.m, as the crowd approached officers, individuals began throwing multiple firebombs at officers. One of them caught a community member on fire. Officers later located the injured person and Portland Fire and Rescue medics offered treatment. The injured person was later taken to a hospital by private vehicle.”