'Occupy ICE' Protestors Leave Gross Biohazard Mess In Portland Encampment

The mess has even raised safety and biohazard concerns.

For over a month, a group of activists has been camping outside the U.S. Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) facility in Portland, Oregon.

According to KATU, the protest initially began on June 17 over the activists' concerns with reports that the Trump administration had a policy to separate children from their parents at the border.

On Monday night, police put up eviction notices notifying the demonstrators that they had to leave the encampment by Tuesday or face arrest or citation. Despite initially claiming they wouldn’t leave, on Tuesday morning it was reported that several members of the group were dismantling their encampment and claimed they would be donating their supplies to other Occupy ICE movements.

These champions of the Left must have done a poor job because they left a mess so large that the city had to hire private contractors to clean up it up. Videos of the encampment show garbage, large structures, mattresses, clothing, and portable toilets.

The mess has even raised safety and biohazard concerns.

In the encampment, police found large structures, nails, needles, and feces.

This is not the only controversy caused by this group. The Daily Wire reported that this same group of anti-ICE protesters was hurling racial slurs at minority federal officers.

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