Mocking the ridiculous by being ridiculous, comedian Alex Stein used the open mic at the City of Portland City Council meeting to “thank Mayor Wheeler” for liberal policies that drug addicts, the homeless, pro-defund-the-policers, and the triple vaccinated love.
Dressed in black and wearing a blue face mask, Stein introduced himself to the Council as a member of Antifa and spoke for several minutes, in Ebonics, about what he appreciates about Portland.
Stein was previously profiled by RTM for crashing a City Council meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Mocking the policies that the Washington Examiner noted were “destroying their own livability,” Stein thanked the Coucil for policies that made the city a nice place for criminals and drug addicts to visit.
“Yo, I just want to say I’m a member of Antifa and listen, I was in Texas. I had a wife, she worked at a bank, she worked for eleven years and I had two kids. She got all radicalized and became a Trump supporter so I took the dog, I took the car, and I drove straight to Los Angeles,” Stein began.
“I’ll be honest with you, LA was terrible. It was a nightmare. And then I met some guys, we rode some trains, and went up to Portland. This is the best place!” Stein exclaimed. “The cleanest methamphetamines that I’ve ever done but the problem is… all these dope users out there… a lot of them aren’t vaccinated.”
Stein jabbed: “I’m triple vaccinated and I’ve been telling you, this El Camino, I’ve been parked on the street living out of it for three weeks, nobody has said anything at all.”
The comedian’s presentation included praising Antifa’s efforts to destroy public property in the more than 100 nights of rioting condoned by Council members in 2020.
Speaking of the Federal building that was destroyed in the mayhem, Stein said:
“What happened at that federal building? It was sweet, ya’ll were so chill about it because alot of my boys were the one’s starting those fires. And I know some of my family friends that went down to Washington, DC on January 6, they’re now going to be in jail forever!”
Speaking directly to Wheeler, Stein expressed gratitude for “keeping rioters out of jail” and signed off by saying the Mayor was the “the number one chillest Mayor.”
The Post Millennial reports that Mayor Wheeler responded to the presentation by saying, “I’ll take that in the spirit in which it was offered, which was complete sarcasm.”
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