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Video: J20 Protest in Portland Oregon 3 to 6 PM

J20 Protest in Portland Oregon 3 to 6 PM
Pioneer Square and marching to Waterfront

This is video footage from the J20 protest in PDX Portland, Ore.
 https://youtu.be/14cva-lJAwk (53 min video)

The protest started on Jan 20th in Pioneer Square.
I followed it up until around 6:00 PM
(The protest continued for a few more hours)

The Burnside bridge pepperspray footage is in the last 1/4 of the video

LINKS to out-take clips:
Sheriffs Spray Chemicals on Portland J20 Protesters on Burnside Bridge

1 min out-take Sheriffs Spray Chemicals on J20 Protesters - Portland

J20 It's Just A Camera - Police Block Morrison Bridge in Portland Oregon

J20 - Portland Cop with No ID - Mr. Officer No Name 2017

Outed Pervert in Pioneer Courtyard Square Runs Away - Portland Oregon J20

Videos posted on  http://Portland.Indymedia.org

homepage: homepage: http://www.joeanybody.com

So Who Was "Your" President??? 24.Jan.2017 21:44


Mafia henchman Lyndon Baines Johnson, mayhaps???

Goin' back to Vietnam???

in all seriousness, Joe 25.Jan.2017 16:40


Yes I realize that your article post to the Newswire merely covers videos and events surrounding J20.

But you chose for your feature picture here a "NOT MY PRESIDENT" demonstrator's sign.

For anyone (not sure ? if primarily Joe Anybody, but) espousing the 'Not My President' meme,

your time to have 'demonstrated' and asserted this was back in July during the Democrat convention. That was when the wool was pulled over your collective (no pun intended...) eyes.


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As election day approaches, it is time to ignore the noise of the moment and think clearly about the crucial issues facing us, none of which is more important than war or peace. The War on Iraq has been a touchstone for these issues over the last 14 years.

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Not my Prez 26.Jan.2017 19:18


The pic I posted of Trump "Not My President" seemed to fit the overall theme and message that emanated from that protest.
I don't think there is a "time limit" for using that meme, I actually feel it is a very fitting slogan as we protest onward.