Portland, Oregon

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Portland, Oregon's largest city, offers big city amenities, along with spectacular views of Mount Hood, the state's highest peak

Portland is the largest city in Oregon, and the county seat of Multnomah County. The city's population is 583,776, according to the 2010 Federal Census. Portland is located at the confluence of the Willamette River and the Columbia River. The mayor is currently Ted Wheeler. This city was named after Portland, Maine.

2017 Portland train murders

On May 26, 2017, Jeremy Christian, a disturbed homeless man, stabbed three men to death on the city's mass transit train. According to media reports, Christian made anti-Muslim remarks to two teenage girls who appeared to be Muslim. Reports also say that he made other "anti-everything" and "anti-religious" remarks. The three men were stabbed as they attempted to defend the girls.

The left-wing media was quick to label Christian as "racist," "right-wing," "anti-Muslim," and a "white separatist," despite the fact that Christian's Facebook posts painted a very different picture, showing him to be left-wing in his opinions, such as supporting atheism, marijuana use, and opposing controversial oil pipelines, and to hate all "monotheists," including Jews and Christians, and to be anti-racist. He also voted for Bernie Sanders and supported Jill Stein in the 2016 presidential election, was rejected by Trump voters at events, and held many other left-wing positions.[1][2]

References

  1. Hunter, Derek (May 28, 2017). Portland Killer Is An Anti-Circumcision, Bernie Sanders Supporter. The Daily Caller. Retrieved May 31, 2017.
  2. Carter (May 27, 2017). REPORT: Portland Killer Voted for Bernie, Reported by Trump Supporters to Police, Who Did Nothing (VIDEO). The Gateway Pundit. Retrieved May 31, 2017.

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