During a Portland, Oregon, city council meeting on Wednesday, a man got up to speak and identified himself as "Carlos Enrique...a former journalist for the Boston Herald." He said he's covered city council meetings extensively and was struck by how many angry protesters there were against the city's mayor, Ted Wheeler.
The protester added that he's perplexed that the mayor would be signing ordinances amid all of the criticism.
He concluded by telling the mayor, "The language of resistance has not been properly translated to you." He then got up and handed Wheeler a can of Pepsi.