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Protesters in Portland, Oregon, moved their march Friday night from downtown to a residential neighborhood on the city’s north side. Protesters chanted, beat drums, and shined strobing flashlights into residents’ windows.

Portland protesters moved to a residential neighborhood on the city’s north side Friday night and harassed people in their homes.

A post on Twitter by Andy Ngo shows protesters marching through the neighborhood beating drums and shouting, “Wake up, mother f–ker, wake up!”

“Wake up, mother f—ker, wake up!”

BLM-antifa march through a residential area of north Portland at night & shine lights into people’s homes. #PortlandRiots #antifa

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) October 17, 2020

Alan Bings tweeted, “Antifa musical foursome “Dimwit” perform their smash hit “Paula Jones” at tonight’s #PortlandRiots after marching with their drum corps through residential neighborhoods. Hard to tell which is worse.”

Antifa musical foursome “Dimwit” perform their smash hit “Paula Jones” at tonight’s #PortlandRiots after marching with their drum corps through residential neighborhoods. Hard to tell which is worse.

— Alan Bings (@AlanBings) October 17, 2020

The late-night protest brought an elderly woman to her front porch to observe those passing by, independent journalist Maranie R. Staab tweeted.

A woman in a night robe observes as a group of protesters walk by her home in Portland, Oregon.

“Out of your home and into the street” is a common chant heard when protesters march through residential areas — with much of the ongoing protests held in s…

— Maranie R. Staab (@MaranieRae) October 17, 2020

Staab also captured video from the Thursday night protest in the downtown area as a protester in a pink kiddie car took to the streets.

Thursday night in #Portland

11:46 PM // #pdx#portlandprotests

— Maranie R. Staab (@MaranieRae) October 16, 2020

Protesters started fires on the streets and burned an American flag.

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New York, Seattle, Portland to sue over Trump anarchist label

The de Blasio administration is joining with Seattle, Wash., and Portland, Ore., to file a lawsuit later Thursday against the Trump administration’s decision to place the Big Apple and other cities on a list of “anarchist jurisdictions” eligible to lose federal funds, the mayor said.

“What we’ve seen from President Trump threatening funding for New York City and other cities … it’s morally wrong. It’s legally unacceptable,” de Blasio said during a City Hall press briefing.

Hizzoner added, “It’s unconstitutional and we’re going to fight it.”

The complaint will be filed in Seattle, said New York City Corporation Counsel James Johnson, who explained that $12 billion is potentially at stake for the Big Apple.

Johnson said the city is taking the action because the Trump administration has “actually taken this anarchist designation and started to include it in applications for federal grants.”

“There is no basis in law, there is no basis in fact for this anarchist determination,” Johnson said. “We will see them in court.”

Johnson continued, “We expect to prevail in court. We expect to see victory.”

De Blasio echoed that confidence.

“We’re not going to let the rights of our court system be trampled,” de Blasio said. “We are confident of victory in this case.”

Mayor Bill de BlasioMatthew McDermott

The Post first reported in September that New York City, Portland and Seattle were labeled “anarchist jurisdictions” by the Justice Department and targeted to lose federal money for failing to control protesters during recent demonstrations against racism and for defunding police.

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