Antifa Wanted For Portland Murder Dies It Fiery Shootout

Yesterday afternoon, the news was that Reinoehl had given an interview to VICE. There was mounting frustration that he hadn’t been arrested. Tucker Carlson interviewed a friend of Aaron Danielson on his show last night who was with him when he was murdered by Reinoehl in Portland. Donald Trump tweeted about it and demanded his arrest. Then Gay Andy broke the big news on Twitter.

Daily Mail:

“An Antifa gunman who admitted to shooting dead a supporter of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer in Portland, Oregon, has been killed by U.S. Marshals in a shoot-out as officers tried to arrest him. 

Michael Reinoehl, 48, was killed on Thursday as a federal task force attempted to apprehend him in Lacey, Washington, a senior Justice Department official said. 

Reinoehl was the prime suspect in the killing of Aaron ‘Jay’ Danielson, 39, who was shot in the chest after clashes between Trump supporters and Black Lives Matter protesters broke out on Saturday night, the official said. …

Witnesses Chad Smith and Chase Cutler, who said they were just 150ft away from the gunman, told the Olympian they saw a man open fire and heard 40 or 50 shots from what they believe was a semi-automatic rifle before officers returned fire and shot him dead. “

Reinoehl was taken out in a gunfight with cops last night in Washington. I’m still not sure if he died before or after the VICE interview aired. Antifa are celebrating him as a hero even though he opened fire on the police. According to witnesses, he shot off 40 to 50 rounds before he was taken out.

In the VICE interview, Reinoehl says that he “sees a civil war right around the corner.” He said the Trump caravan coming into Portland felt like the beginning of the war. He said the shot he fired which killed Jay Bishop was the beginning of the war. Over a year ago, I predicted that Antifa would produce a woke terrorist like John Brown.

Note: Tucker’s interview is at 34:00.

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    • A guy like that needed a thorough investigation while in court. Would have dismantled the Antifa apparatus in West Coast. The killing was very glow in the dark.

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  1. Quality 5.56/.223 is now $700/case (1000rds) up from $250/case in February. That’s IN STOCK, and if you can find it.
    Years ago, my wife used to roll her eyes at me every time a case showed up on the porch, courtesy of FedEx or UPS. Not anymore.

    Best decision we ever made besides moving to the rural countryside was selling our television and ditching Cable. We put that money into supplies monthly.
    Stored food-check
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    If you’re in the blue hives, (cities) get out NOW. Time is short. There will be enclaves of whites that have established safe harbors after the coming collapse. You’re gonna want to be in that loop.

  2. He was just out there walking around and giving interviews. No one in a real hurry to pick him up. Vice and the media protecting him. What a farce.

  3. Funny, I don’t recall in the aftermath of the murder he committed any call from Joe Biden or any of the left for “common sense gun control.” Gee, that is certainly a puzzle…It is almost as if their concern is determined by who the shooter is and who the victim is.

  4. Even his sister said he got what he deserved. Every dead antifa in the past few weeks has been a piece of garbage. From the guy who raped multiple children to this one whose own family wanted him dead.

  5. It took the combination of a feature presentation on a nightly television broadcast (Tucker) then a tweet from the president before a warrant for this admitted cold-blooded murderer was even issued. Think about that for a moment and realize the privilege left-wing extremest groups enjoy in the USA.

  6. “… a friend of mine of color …”

    Not the first time an anti-racist has seemed as if he’s never met a black person in his life.

  7. After all of the SHTF “Bad Boy” scenarios I’ve read for years, here we go again. Even the Asian fetishist checks in to make sure his crew is moving.

    Thank God we are prepared.

    I would feel even better if this town hadn’t reopened too soon, we have blacks & browns making friends with locals because their states were closed.

    It’s insanity, but don’t blame the opportunists… Blame the Fool who riled us up & let us down.

  8. By contrast: Remember that Dylan Roof was not shot but arrested very gently, and before being processed was even taken by the police to a local Burger King because Dylan told them all his activity had made him feel hungry.

  9. “There are so many of us protesters that are just protesting without a clue of where that will lead.”

    That quote pretty much says it all.

  10. Tucker is putting on his Cuck Tarlson face again by having that heeb on to talk about Blake Senior vile anti-semitism No one cares Tuck. Blake Sr is wrong about brussel sprouts but hes right about what he said about Zionist elites!

  11. Another anti white communist wigger simping for blm and the neo liberal oligarchy is dead, nature is healing again

    *Sees a civil war around the corner helps start it by brutally killing a unarmed trump voter minding his own business walking down the street, okay cucktard your hypocritical self awareness is baffling I’m glad you are dead

    Also I hope police go after the other individuals who helped cordinate the attack to kill Danielson

    • @Robert Browning;

      Good question. Not holding my breath for any investigation. Reinoehel was an ignorant tool. He didn’t know how dispensable he was until he refused to simply fade into the woodwork and disappear. God knows, his city’s authorities showed an amazing lack of interest in arresting the killer of the Trump supporter and no curiosity as to his identity. If he had a sense God gave a gnat, he would have never given that interview identifying himself to VICE, I think it was that which sealed his fate. The Usual Suspects figured he’d sing like a canary if he was ever taken alive, because he loved the limelight and would want to extend his fifteen minutes of fame. So, I highly doubt he was killed while resisting arrest. I think he was taken out at the directive of whomever called him to deal with the Trump supporters.

  12. The rat had it coming. Big mistake for antifa to make a martyr out of this murderer, the predictable reaction will be that the murdered patriot prayer trump supporter and supporter of law enforcement, Aaron ‘Jay’ Danielson will become a martyr on the right. Kyle Rittenhouse is already being regarded as an American hero and even more so as he defends himself against unjust charges for clearly defending himself (with evidence).

    The harder they push to glorify violence against the right, the harder the right will push to make heroes out of those who defend against this violence.

  13. The US Marshals came after the evil little peestain, not local or state authorities. The US DOJ isn’t known for protecting proud pale people, so this must be an aftereffect of the Rittenhouse brouhaha. (I still would like to know why his parents were so f-in insane as to let their kid travel into a dangerous situation like that, btw.) As Rittenhouse has no connection with those of us unafraid to be pink-hued and happy about it, the public outpouring of support for Kyle meant that even lazyass Blompf had to do something about this murder. Potatus still hasn’t moved on protecting the unjustly-prosecuted young man, though.

  14. This most definitely is a step in the right direction. Antifa and Black Lives Matter are both Domestic Terrorist organizations and all those involved or suppprting them should be arrested. The local police in Cuckservative or Liberal cities are afraid of them. So the only way Law & Order will be restored is through Federal Law Enforcement and or the National Guard. The Republicans and Trump keep talking about the Federal Government stepping in….stop talking and do it! The member from Patriot Prayer would still be alive right now if Trump would have acted months ago and stopped Antifa and Black Lives Matter forever. Get it done NOW abd restore Law & Order, Peace, and restore a focus for everyone on Voting for change. Deo Vindice !

  15. I’m not sure Southern Succession is the correct way to go nowadays. With each passing year the South northernizes and the North southernizes. It could’ve worked had it happened 60, 90, or 150 years ago, but the things which made the North and the South unique from each other are either long gone or passing. The South is increasingly getting urban and catching up to the urban North and in that regard the South is becoming like the North. The North is becoming like the South in that its racial homogeneity is being destroyed and its European population is now stable and no longer constantly being inundated with White immigrants. Politically too they are drifting into each other. Southern states like North Carolina, Georgia, and Texas are becoming more Leftist while Northern states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Maine are becoming more Rightwing. Politics gives insight into local culture and I would say that Indiana has more in common with Tennessee than it does with its fellow Northern state New York and contrarily I would say Virginia has more in common with New Jersey than it does with Alabama. The only real difference between the two is the soul of its European population. The South is confident in who it is, knowledgeable of its history, and proud of itself. The same is true for New England, but the area between the Mississippi River to the Atlantic and the Ohio and Potomac to the Great Lakes, which you defined earlier as the “Great Britain of America” and without New England is ignorant of its history and prideless. This, I believe, is because most of its original English population had been diluted by years of mass Irish, German, and Italian immigration and the people there feel very little connection to the land, their states, the cities and towns in which they live, from that their nation in the Hegelian sense, and naturally from that their race too. I would know considering I live in New Jersey and when I first went to the South I was truly amazed in the fact that people there took pride in who they are, from where they came, and where they lived. That feeling doesn’t exist in the North except maybe New England. If we were to give people in this area something of which to be prideful they would jump into our arms and I would say the same for the more corroded parts of the South like Virginia. You even see it in the way they and increasingly the South too talk of themselves with the phrase “white Americans.” Not even capitalized, it confers no legitimacy of a real ethnic group or anything which to be proud. If we are to win we mustn’t call ourselves “white Americans” or “White Americans,” but something else to establish ourselves as a legitimate ethnicity.and once we do that and retroactively look at the past with in mind the idea of who we are then we can begin to go somewhere. The South does this somewhat, but still inadequately. The North doesn’t do it at all. In any case, to make my case short we need to look at ourselves as an ethnicity, not just a race, to give ourselves pride and if we have pride then we’ll surely survive and be able to rebuild. I don’t see a way out for any part of this country if we continue on in this deracinated, prideless state and our strategy now should be to reverse the deracination.

  16. Soyboys are learning to play.

    Shooter and leader of minimally trained kill squad with spotters, possible backup shooter, cleanup dude, disinfo girl pretending to be a “medic,” and a cameraman. Love that revving engine: “it’s on!” In and out in 14 seconds under the eyes of popo and before the marshals knew what was going on. Protected by Portland’s mayor and DA before and after the killing, until Trump’s marshals took him out near a safehouse in Lacey, Washington.

    I wonder which group of attention-seeking blightwing assholes will needlessly throw away their newly won moral and popular advantage (post Portland and Kenosha) by going to Portland, this weekend or the next, for revenge?

    • “Trump’s marshals”


      Drumpf did nothing but collaborate with BLM/antifa for 3.5 years. Election coming up, now he’s “getting tough”.


      LOL. and what else. Ohyeah, Drumpf suddenly discovers that “critical race theory” is being inflicted in all federal offices: “I’m shocked, shocked to discovet that SUCH ANTI-AMERICAN STUFF is going on…stop it immediately!”. It will, of course,


      • “Drumpf did nothing but collaborate with BLM/antifa for 3.5 years. Election coming up, now he’s “getting tough”.”

        In the minds of normies and most “racially-awakened” conservatives the newly deputized federal marshals (Oregon State Police) who took out Reinoehl “belong” to Trump.

        Glad to see you’re “hip” to the con.

  17. The problem is conservatives want nothing to do with the far right(“white suprmacists”) but the normy liberals for the most part will embrace the far left (An-Coms)

    • Not a problem at all.

      Normie cons are now called “Nazis,” White supremacists,” “fascists,” etc.

      Except for the squirrely Fox News, normie cons have no positive press, rights, or legal protection when up against the Left. If Rittenhouse hadn’t video coverage proving his acts were defensive, Lin Wood would not be defending him.

      When these indolent, greedy, frightened, “fweedumb-lubbing” patriotards with monster trucks capitulate, as they surely will in 2021-2025, they will enjoy all the benefits of being “white supremacists.”

      • More than half a century of history and experience says there is no limit to how low a normie con will go to preserve his life, comfort, and status.

        With back to the wall he will offer his woman and beg his executioner to shoot that “racistnaziwhitesupremacistbastard” across the street (or down the road) instead.

      • Read them. Thanks much, LtC. Everybody should make Bracken’s; voxday; Western Rifle Shooters; andy ngo, ian miles cheong, and carlos osweda’ twitter part of their intelligence intake.

        American Partisan was dDos’ed this morning. Apparently Bracken is over the target. Twitter and YouTube are taking down analytical videos of recent events and many blightwingers remain as clueless as ever.

        Another Proud Boy taken down at a memorial service for Danielson today in Vancouver, Washington.

        • Without the right deploying heavy weapons, without the police using heavy weapons Antifa match and exceed what they are faced with. They have been planning for 30 years in the North West. Rittenhouse was a lucky propaganda blow but don’t expect it to repeatable.

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