WOW!

We never thought we would see this, but apparently an Antifa member in Portland was found guilty of a crime! Several in fact.

Extreme liberal Mayor Ted Wheeler who has been more prone to inviting Antifa and BLM member to his home for dinner than punishing them, actually did something right…err…allowed something right to happen. Yes, we are talking about justice.

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Breaking: Portland antifa member Cyan W. Bass has been convicted of 5 felonies including possession of a destructive device, arson & more. Bass threw an IED at police that failed to explode. He set fire to the Justice Center. His comrades are raising money for him on @gofundme.

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The culprit, Cyan Bass, will be locked up for the next 48 months after pleading guilty to a number of offenses.

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Those offenses include intentionally damaging property, intentionally damaging protected property with fire, attempting to cause serious physical injury to another person with a dangerous weapon (probably the cop he tried to set on fire), possessing a destructive device, and engaging in “tumultuous and violent conduct with more than five individuals.”

This piece was written by LifeZette Staff on July 21, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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