WATCH: Antifa Tinkerpot Warned Portland City Council Of A Coming ‘Insurrection’ Back In 2017

Written by K. Walker on October 6, 2020

The “Antifa Ambassador” also had some pretty choice (and foul) words for Mayor Ted Wheeler.

On March 22, 2017, several members of Antifa went into the Portland City Hall and addressed the Council. It was not so great. Several individuals there were holding protest signs and were wearing their signature black gear.

One man was also wearing a mask which he said was not to conceal his identity but to “take away his individuality” because he represented the “mass of humanity” who were tired of “tyrants” like Mayor Ted Wheeler.

The masked man, Jeffrey Richard Singer, 33, who has been involved with Antifa for years, addressed the Democrat Mayor of Portland in that meeting and warned that having “cops on the streets” was “laying seeds for an insurrection.”

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Singer was outraged over the police-involved shooting of 17-year old Quanice Derrick Hayes in February 2017. The Grand Jury for Multnomah County declined to charge Officer Andrew Hearst with the shooting.

At  7:24 a.m. Feb. 9, the officer received a call about a robbery at the Portland Value Inn hotel. According to a victim, Hayes held the gun to the man’s head, kept him hostage in a car for 30 minutes, stole his Oregon Trail EBT card as well as an item of clothing.

A 911 call was received “at 7:26 a.m. about a car prowler at the nearby Banfield Pet Hospital.”

A second 911 call was logged at 7:36 a.m. when a homeowner reported an “unwanted person” on their property. The description of the individual in each incident was consistent with Hayes.

Police located him at 7:48 a.m. and he ran off. He was found again at 9:28 a.m. crouching in an alcove between a house and a garage. Officers believed that Hayes was armed.

“Hayes was ordered multiple times by officers to keep his hands up, but made repeated and deliberate motions with his hands to the area of his waistband and pockets,” the statement continued. “During this encounter, Officer Hearst fired three shots from his patrol rifle at Hayes, striking and killing him.”

The Oregon Medical Examiner determined Hayes was shot twice in the torso and once in the head. According to police, Hayes also had cocaine, benzodiazepine and hydrocodone in his system at time of death.

Police said they located a “desert tan-colored” replica handgun on the ground near Hayes that contained his DNA.

Source: Oregon Public Broadcasting

Singer then laid into Ted Wheeler and the Portland City Council because an officer used deadly force against a teen high on drugs that the police believe had committed armed robbery and had held a man hostage for 30 minutes with a gun to his head.

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So, that is some kind of projection from what the Democrats and Media say is “just an idea.”

My favorite part of that video is the end where Ted Wheeler says, “Thank you” repeatedly to the Antifa thugs.

It’s no surprise that Singer was arrested during a riot in Portland over the weekend.

It seems that Antifa is just looking for an excuse to burn the entire system down.

The lockdowns have been a great excuse for them to cosplay as “revolutionaries.”

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