Tensions continued to boil over in Portland Friday night as a new ‘Wall of Vets’ joined the Wall of Moms and Wall of Dads to ‘protect’ Black Lives Matter protesters from the federal agents that have been deployed to the city under the president’s orders. Protests entered their 58th night Friday, with about 4,000 gathering at the federal courthouse and Justice Center chanting ‘feds go home’ and ‘black lives matter’. Chaos later erupted when demonstrators set off fireworks and federal agents hurled tear gas into the crowds. The ‘Wall of Vets’ group appeared at the demonstration for the first time, alongside the yellow-clad ‘Wall of Moms’ who have gathered every night this week. The Vets said they decided to take action after shocking footage emerged showing federal agents tear gassing and beating Navy veteran Christopher David, 53, last weekend. Tensions continued to boil over in Portland Friday night as a new ‘Wall of Vets’ (pictured) joined the Wall of Moms and Wall of Dads to protect Black Lives Matter protesters from the federal agents that have descended on the city under the president’s orders A new ‘wall’ of protesters joined Friday night – a group of military veterans who set up in… Read full this story
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