Woman throws food at Trump supporter car at Taco Bell

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An Oregon woman driving a car with “f *** Trump” written on the window vandalized a Trump supporter car at a Taco Bell drive-thru.

The incident was shared on LiveLeak on Sunday and the user claimed it occurred at a restaurant in Sandy, located just 40 minutes from the besieged city of Portland.

Oregon, and Portland in particular, has become a battleground between anti-racism supporters and law enforcement for several weeks.

The footage begins with an unidentified driver spraying silly string on a vehicle owned by a President Trump supporter in the drive-thru line.

The driver then returns to her green vehicle before getting into the car and heading to the first drive-thru window.

The other woman, sitting in a red vehicle behind the driver, is undeterred and holds a horn that sounds loud sirens to the driver.

Footage appeared to show a driver spraying a stupid spray on another woman’s car (pictured) in Sandy, Oregon

The woman follows the green car into the drive-thru, but stops when the driver parks her car and exits the vehicle again.

This time the driver appears to have a handful of food that she throws at the woman as someone shouts “f *** you” in the background.

At least two Taco Bell employees watching the incident applaud the driver.

A close-up of the woman’s car shows several posts disparaging Trump and law enforcement, including f *** Trump, Black Lives Matter and [All Cops Are B*******].

When a person who recorded the incident approached the driver’s vehicle, they looked at them and said, “Do you want a mask, brother?

The driver (center) then threw food at the other woman and her car during the incident outside Taco Bell

A close-up of the woman's car shows several posts disparaging Trump and law enforcement, including f *** Trump, Black Lives Matter and [All Cops Are B*******]

A close-up of the woman’s car shows several posts disparaging Trump and law enforcement, including f *** Trump, Black Lives Matter and [All Cops Are B*******]

The driver then takes a medical mask and lifts it through the car’s sunroof to give it to the person.

The exact date of the incident was unclear, but the original poster and others on social media said it happened before a Sandy Back the Blue Flag Wave event.

Sandy Backs the Blue is a nearly 2,000 member Facebook group that publicly supports law enforcement in the region.

Recently, members of the group have taken to the streets to host a number of Flag Wave events along local roads.

Images shared online show dozens of people waving Trump 2020 banners, US flags and the Thin Blue Line flag as cars pass by.

According to the page, the group holds Flag Wave events every Monday.

According to users online, Sandy Backs the Blue holds Flag Wave events every Monday to show support for local law enforcement.

According to users online, Sandy Backs the Blue holds Flag Wave events every Monday to show support for local law enforcement.

Images showed members waving Trump 2020 banners, US flags and the Thin Blue Line flag as they stood by the roadsides

Images showed members waving Trump 2020 banners, US flags and the Thin Blue Line flag as they stood by the roadsides

This summer, Oregon gained national attention after more than 90 consecutive nights of protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Nationwide protests to tackle police brutality and racial inequality quickly erupted in all 50 states.

On Sunday night, protesters continued to clash with law enforcement after Aaron Danielson, a member of the pro-Trump organization Patriot Prayer, was shot dead during protests in the city.

Police are believed to be investigating Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48 – who has described himself on Instagram as “100% ANTIFA” – in connection with the shooting.

Reinoehl is a former member of the military who is now a professional snowboarder and has been a frequent participant in protests in Portland, according to The Oregonian.

The convoy numbered around 600 vehicles, with Trump supporters waving flags as they passed through Portland

The convoy numbered around 600 vehicles, with Trump supporters waving flags as they passed through Portland

He was previously accused of transporting a loaded weapon to another demonstration, the newspaper reports.

Police said the caravan of about 600 people left the area around 8:30 p.m., and officers heard gunshots about 15 minutes later and arrived at the scene “in less than a minute”.

Danielson, also known as Jay Bishop, was shot in the chest and died at the scene.

Joey Gibson, founder and leader of the right-wing Patriot Prayer group, said he was also in Portland on Saturday night when the shooting took place, and rushed to the scene immediately after.

“I can’t say much at the moment. All I can do is verify that he was a good friend and a supporter of Patriot Prayer, ”he told The Associated Press earlier.

Speaking to his Facebook friends, Gibson later added, “If you’re planning on going on the boat cruise, go for it! I know Jay would love to look up from the sky and see tons of American flags on the Columbia River today. I won’t be attending, but I hope you all have fun. Fly them high for Jay. God bless you all. ‘

Disturbing video captured the shooting that left Jay Bishop dead in Portland on Saturday night

Disturbing video captured the shooting that left Jay Bishop dead in Portland on Saturday night

A freelance Associated Press photographer who heard three shots and then observed police medics attending to the victim said it was a white man wearing a hat with the badge Patriot Prayer, a right-wing group whose members have frequently clashed with protesters in Portland in the past.

Donald Trump paid tribute to the man shot dead wearing a Patriot Prayer baseball cap on Sunday during violent clashes between the president’s supporters and BLM protesters in Portland on Saturday night.

Trump tweeted: “Rest in peace Jay! “

He had retweeted Amy Kremer, co-founder of Women for Trump, who wrote: “It’s Jay Bishop. He was a good American who loved his country and Backed the Blue. He was assassinated in Portland by the ANTIFA. Jay, we will never forget you. Rest in peace my friend. ‘

Trump tweeted: 'Rest in peace Jay!  after retweeting Amy Kremer, co-founder of Women for Trump

Trump tweeted: “Rest in peace Jay! After retweeting Amy Kremer, co-founder of Women for Trump

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