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Super Hales! Portland’s Mayor Goes Toe-to-Toe With Violent Anarchists!

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Say Cheese: The big guy respects the First Amendment and answers a few questions for the new media’s Daylight Disinfectant.

Dateline March 16, 2013 – Portland Oregon.  Portland’s Mayor Charlie Hales Appeared out of nowhere last night to confront a group violent anarchists in downtown Portland!    Into a nearby phone booth, wait, it’s SUPER HALES!  What a set of brass ones!  Charle exchanged words with them until they got visceral.  Well dressed, coiffed clean and looking better than Sam Adams, “The Honorable” did a short interview before being hustled off into the waiting SUV.  A few still shots below are exclusive to 5440FIGHT.COM.

SEE THE VIDEO AND GET THE FULL STORY AT DAYLIGHT DISINFECTANT.

Anarchists take to the streets

Anarchists take to the streets on the “International Day Against Police Brutality.” They met up with Mayor Hales who agreed with them. But the uncouth thugs were having none of it.

Which Way Anarchist

The provocative protestors at times seem confused as to which way to go and often seemed winded. “I’m tiiiiiired,” griped one.

Mayor Charlie Hales Engages Anarchists

As the party wound it’s self down to SW Yamhill near Pioneer and Director’s Parks, Mayor Charlie Hales engages, Click the photo to find the embedded video over at Daylight Disinfectant.

See the full story and video at Daylight Disinfectant.

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  1. MaxRedline's Gravatar MaxRedline
    March 16, 2013    

    Good stuff, such a sweet young girl….

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