Ore. Gov. Brown touts political repressions to ‘eradicate Trump forces’


FILE – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown. ( AP File Photo/Don Ryan)

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UPDATED 8:08 AM PT – Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Democrat Oregon Gov. Kate Brown plans to use local law enforcement to conduct political repressions against Republican voters.

“The actions of the Trump administration were abysmal and absolutely abhorrent in this state and we worked with our local enforcement to eradicate these forces from our state,” she stated.

In a recent interview, Brown pledged to wipe out Trump supporters from Oregon for their political views. She also appeared to defend Antifa militant Michael Reinoehl who stalked, attacked and killed a Trump supporter in Portland. Reinoehl was later killed in a shoot-out with federal agents.

“We want to make sure that Oregonians can continually to peacefully protest to uphold those voices that ask for change, and we will continue to support those efforts to eradicate racism from our institutions, from our structures and from our systems,” Brown continued.

Critics said the structures that Brown describes as “racist” have been run by the governor and her Democrat peers for decades. In the meantime, Portland has continued to reel under the pressure of political violence and far-left terror.

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