Skip to main content

Biden lost a soldier!

“They’re out hunting me,” Michael Reinoehl reportedly told an interviewer earlier

An Antifa sympathizer who was said to be a suspect in the fatal shooting of a Patriot Prayer supporter in Portland, Ore., last month was reportedly killed Thursday night as authorities moved in to arrest him.

Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48, died in Lacey, Wash., outside Seattle, during an operation by a federal fugitive task force, The New York Times reported.

Reinoehl's death was also confirmed by a senior Justice Department official, according to The Associated Press. The suspect was shot by law enforcement after drawing a gun on officers, the AP report said.

The task force was composed of personnel from the FBI and the U.S. Marshals Service.

In a statement early Friday, the Marshals Service said the task force was acting on a murder warrant issued for Reinoehl by Portland police.

"Initial reports indicate the suspect produced a firearm, threatening the lives of law enforcement officers," the statement said. "Task force members responded to the threat and struck the suspect who was pronounced dead at the scene." Portland police had issued the warrant for Reinoehl earlier in the day, amid their investigation into the Aug. 29 fatal shooting of Aaron “Jay” Danielson, 39, on a night in which supporters of President Trump clashed with backers of the Black Lives Matter movement in Oregon’s largest city.

'Hunting me'

Earlier Thursday, Reinoehl was quoted in an interview on the Vice website, claiming he was a marked man.

“They’re out hunting me,” Reinoehl, 48, a father of two, told an independent reporter in the interview posted Thursday by Vice.

“There’s nightly posts of the hunt and where they’re going to be hunting. They made a post saying the deer are going to feel lucky this year because it’s open season on Michael right now.”

Reinoehl told journalist Donovan Farley in the interview that he had no regrets about firing his weapon last weekend.

“I was confident that I did not hit anyone innocent and I made my exit,” he said.

Prior to Thursday's law enforcement action, the assertion that Reinoehl was a person of interest in the Danielson shooting came from Reinoehl’s sister and an anonymous law enforcement source, both of whom spoke this week with The Wall Street Journal.

Several confrontations

Reinoehl was a frequent participant in the nightly protests in Portland that have been occuring since the May 25 death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis -- and was reportedly involved in several confrontations.

Among them: In July, Reinoehl suffered a gunshot wound while trying to wrestle a gun away from a stranger, and was also cited for allegedly carrying a loaded gun to a protest on July 5, The Oregonian reported.

On July 26 he was wounded in a brawl in a downtown Portland park.

Michael Reinoehl is seen in a screen capture from an interview posted on the Vice website.


Officials work at a scene, late Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, where a man suspected of fatally shooting a supporter of a right-wing group in Portland, Ore., the week before, was killed as investigators moved in to arrest him in Lacey, Wash. [Associated Press)

I'm Joe Biden and I approved this RACE WAR!

#Joke Biden/Heels Up Harris 2020

Original Post

Replies sorted oldest to newest

"It takes a second for you to process everything that happened. 'Did he just shoot at me?'" Pappas said while standing in front of a Blue Lives Matter flag. "I'm OK. I turn over and Jay's dead because he believed something different. Jay's not a racist, a xenophobe or whatever. He's not an 'ist' or 'ism.'"

"They executed my parter," he said. "They hunted him down."

That is exactly what they did with Kyle Rittenhouse...but luckily Kyle had other plans that didn't include being murdered by antifa.

Rioters Beginning To Worry They Can No Longer Loot Safely

U.S.—For the past few months, the riots across America have been relatively peaceful, with people able to loot stores, beat bystanders, and burn down buildings without any fear of violence. That has changed recently, though, with the deployment of the National Guard in some places and the outbreak of armed right-wingers in other areas. “It used to be if you were just minding your own business, stealing things and setting the neighborhood on fire, people would leave you alone,” said Chris Rice, a rioter. “Now it’s getting scary. You can’t even smash a window in peace.”
Many point to how Kyle Rittenhouse shot three people and worry that incidents like that could spread.
“Everything has been so peaceful during these riots,” said Noah Glover, a self-described member of Antifa. “You could just run up to someone and beat him unconscious with a sock full of nickels and not have to worry about any violence. But now it’s getting dangerous.”
Some of the rioters are trying to think of new ways to get their message across other than looting and arson, but none of them can remember what they were protesting.

Satire-But many a truth has been spoken in jest.

Add Reply


Untitled Document
Link copied to your clipboard.