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In a Twitter message on Saturday, U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw said on Saturday, the protests in Portland, Ore., “a sad show,” and said the city Antifa-activists pales in comparison to the protesters fighting for democracy in Hong Kong.
“In Hong Kong,” the Republican Congressman from Texas anti wrote waving, “fascists, American flags, demanding freedom and, indeed, fascists fight.
“In Portland,” he continued, ” ‘anti-fascists’ to burn American flags, demand violence in the name of socialism.”
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Crenshaw, 35, is in his first term in the U.S. house according to your choice of las November. The former US Navy SEAL, served in Afghanistan and is the recipient of two Bronze Stars for heroic service and a Purple heart after he was wounded in the fight.
On Saturday, protesters from both the left and right-wing groups converged in Portland, Ore., the scene of numerous violent clashes in the past.
As of Saturday night, was the mayor of the city, declare the events of the day, “largely peaceful” with 13 arrests and a small number of minor injuries reported.
The members of the Proud boy and other conservative groups have argued that the Antifa-protesters have instigated violence on their events, but often the pursuit of escape, because many of their members covered their faces during the attack.
In July, the city’s chief of police, new laws demanded against the wearing of masks during such protests.
“We said allow people to continue to commit the leader of the free speech a crime,” Chief Danielle Outlaw.
On Saturday, President Trump threatened to urge you to be anti-fascist, declared a terrorist organization.
As a member of the House Homeland Security Committee, Crenshaw speaks frequently on issues of security and terrorism.
In July Crenshaw, the democratic US-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, the propose on the U.S.-Mexico border crisis as a stage for criticism of President Trump, rather than for solutions accused, to the nation’s immigration problem.
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“What you really want is more commissions … and more research can you show to call the president evil,” Crenshaw said in an appearance on the “Fox & Friends”. “That’s what you want.”
In June Crenshaw, Maxine Waters went to Democratic U.S. Rep., accusing her of “literally the lies of the Iranian regime are not repeated,” after you claimed that President Trump was trying to provoke a conflict with Iran.