Monday, September 7, 2020

WATCH: Portland Protester Set Afire By Molotov Cocktail Thrown Toward Police

 A protester, whos feet caught fire after a molotov cocktail exploded on him, runs toward a medic during a protest against police brutality and racial injustice on September 5, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. Portland has seen
An owner of a gun shop in Sandy, Oregon, roughly 30 miles southeast of Portland, told the Times that he has sold 4.5 million rounds of ammunition since March, and that demand soared after the protests Portland became violent. He stated, “There’s panic buying every once in a while but nowhere near like this. There’s such a massive rush, people are taking anything they can get.” The Times added that the owner, “who has sold thousands of guns this year, estimates that 70 percent of customers in recent months are first-time gun buyers.”

On Saturday night, as members of Antifa rioted in a residential area in southeast Portland, someone on the crowd threw a Molotov cocktail, lighting a fire in the street and setting another protester on fire. That protester ran across the street with his pants on fire, falling to the ground where other protesters attempted to put out the blaze, which was extinguished when police rushed to his aid and an officer put the fire out.


  1. Why can the police not shoot someone who is throwing a Molotov cocktail? Arson is a capitol offense. ( I suppose we really know, but it is aggravating.)

    1. Absolutely and rioters were shot when I was a child and well they should be now.