January 21 – The Portland, Oregon City Council said on the 20th that local demonstrators gathered to express their dissatisfaction after Biden took office and clashed with the police, forcing them to retreat.
According to Fox News, a few hours after Biden was sworn in, there were many planned demonstrations in Portland, and the police have carried out many arrests.
Police said that crowds gathered near the Democratic headquarters in Portland, Oregon, smashing the windows of several buildings and damaging the surface of the buildings.
At about 2 p.m. on the 20th, up to 150 people gathered in the Revolution Hall.
Police officers, who rode bicycles into the crowd, according to police officer Kevin Allen, asked the demonstrators to remove the metal rods pasted on the banner.
Subsequently, demonstrators flocked to the police and threw objects.
Some people even tried to take a police bicycle. In order to safely retreat, the police used smoke cans.
Despite police warning demonstrators that they did not have permission to march and could not stay on the sidewalk, the demonstrators moved westward, blocking the entrance of the highway and lighting nearby dustbins.
The police even found a knife on a protester.
A video shows the demonstrators holding banners that read “We can’t be controlled” and “We want revenge!”