Like many of us yesterday we were sickened by the news that Vice  could Find Jay’s killer but the police somehow couldn’t. They flaunted they had an exclusive interview with Michael Forest Reinoehl the man suspected of killing Aaron J. Danielson.

Aaron was a supporter of President Trump, he came to downtown Portland to protest the violence that has gone on for months in the city and he was murdered for his Love for country.

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Cock Sucker Reinoehl, who lived in the Portland area, had been a persistent presence at the city’s demonstrations over recent weeks, helping the protesters with security and suggesting on social media that the struggle was becoming a war where “there will be casualties.”

“I am 100% ANTIFA all the way!” he posted on Instagram in June, referring to a loose collection of activists who have mobilized to oppose groups they see as fascist or racist.

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“I am willing to fight for my brothers and sisters! Even if some of them are too ignorant to realize what antifa truly stands for. We do not want violence but we will not run from it either!”

An arrest warrant for murder had been obtained by the Portland police through the Circuit Court in Multnomah County, Ore., earlier Thursday, on the same day that Vice News published an interview with Mr. Reinoehl in which he appeared to admit to the Aug. 29 shooting, saying, “I had no choice.”

Last night after the news that Vice had filmed an interview with Shit Bag Reinoehl, President Trump tweeted this out,  “Why aren’t the Portland Police ARRESTING the cold blooded killer of Aaron “Jay” Danielson. Do your job, and do it fast. Everybody knows who this thug is. No wonder Portland is going to hell!”

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Michael Forest Reinoehl also told people that he was an Army veteran, that turned out to be a big lie. Just like BLM.

After the president tweeted about Jays death a federal task force was on the hunt. Reinoehl had fled the state of Oregon and crossed state lines to Washington. A federal fugitive task force located him outside of Olympia, where he was killed as they moved in to arrest him. Portland police issued a warrant for his arrest earlier today.

The Federal Task force moved in and eliminated the ass hole.

A Pierce County Sheriff’s Officer told KATU’s sister station in Seattle, KOMO News, that the suspect came out of an apartment in Lacey, Washington, got into a vehicle and that shots were fired during a traffic stop. The suspect was killed in the gunfire, authorities said. No officers were injured in the shooting.

The sheriff’s office confirmed it had members involved in a federal task force looking for the suspect in the Portland shooting.

Authorities went to the home around 7:30 p.m.

The U.S. Marshals Service identified the suspect as 48-year-old Michael Reinoehl.

It said the Portland Police Bureau issued a warrant for Reinoehl’s arrest earlier in the day and had asked U.S. marshals to find him and arrest him.

U.S. marshals said Reinoehl pulled a gun on law enforcement and was shot and killed by members of the task force. Reinoehl died at the scene.

It was not immediately known whether Reinoehl fired a weapon.

During a news conference, a spokesman with the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office gave details of what happened.

“There was a confrontation between the officers that were on scene and the subject,” said Lt. Ray Brady with the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office. “The information we have at this time is that the subject was armed. There was shots that were fired into the vehicle, and the subject fled from the vehicle at which time there was additional shots that were fired.

The U.S. marshals’ Fugitive Apprehension Team, made up of officers from several agencies in the area, were doing surveillance of Reinoehl.

Four members of that team fired a weapon, said Brady.

The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office will lead the shooting investigation.

Neighbors said there were about two dozen gunshots over a two- to three-minute period of time.

Bullets struck nearby buildings. No one was injured.