Well, well, well…
Looks like Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is having to ditch his swanky digs after these so-called “peaceful protests” have nearly engulfed his home in a ball of flames.
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According to reports, Wheeler has abandoned his $840,000 luxury condo after rioters have repeatedly targeted the building and has written to his neighbors encouraging them to do the same.
From New York Post
The Democratic mayor of Portland, Ore., is moving from his $840,000 condo to avoid rioters who have repeatedly targeted the building, according to a report.
Ted Wheeler wrote to neighbors in his building to say it would be “best for me and for everyone else’s safety and peace” for him to move from the building that rioters tried to torch on his 58th birthday Monday, according to The Oregonian.
“I want to express my sincere apologies for the damage to our home and the fear that you are experiencing due to my position,” Wheeler reportedly wrote, according to a screenshot of the email.
“It’s unfair to all of you who have no role in politics or in my administration.”
The mayor bought his two-bedroom condo in the building with 114 units for $840,000 in 2017, the paper said, citing property records. It has regularly been a scene of protests, with fireworks lit and lights shone on the building as fires also get lit in the street.
It’s gotta be hard after weeks of standing with these protesters, calling for police to refrain from arrests, only to see them storming your mansion with torches in hand.
Let’s see if Wheeler will be calling to defund the police now.
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