Last year all of our nation's political violence was blamed on President Trump.
Now it's Biden's fault.
Police declared an unlawful assembly Wednesday night in Portland, Ore., after about 150 rioters caused damage to a federal immigration facility in the city, according to the authorities.
The unrest near the ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) building was declared after rioters started throwing rocks and eggs, and vandalizing the building, located in the city's south waterfront neighborhood, Portland police Sgt. Kevin Allen said in a 10 p.m. update.
"We have observed property damage to the building," the Portland Police Bureau wrote on Twitter. "Anyone who is involved in criminal behavior including: vandalism and graffitting is subject to arrest or citation."
Allen said individuals were seen carrying pepper ball guns, electronic control weapons (similar to stun guns) -- shields, fireworks, and rocks. He added that federal law enforcement used "crowd-control munitions."
"This gathering may impact traffic and access into the neighborhood," Allen said. "We'll continue to closely monitor this event."
As of early Thursday, police said they were standing by "to address crimes" in the surrounding neighborhood, and some arrests were made, although they failed to elaborate any further.
Other cities saw some tension on Inauguration Day. Seattle witnessed property damage and objects hurled at cars; reporters said demonstrators were protesting against President Biden and law enforcement, and carried a sign reading, "Abolish ICE."
In Denver, protesters burned an American flag in separate demonstrations that reportedly involved members of the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as others who chanted anti-Trump and anti-Biden slogans.
TOPSHOT - Oregon Police wearing anti-riot gear march towards protesters through tear gas smoke during the 100th day and night of protests against racism and police brutality in Portland, Oregon, on September 5, 2020. - Police arrested dozens of people and used tear gas against hundreds of demonstrators in Portland late on September 5 as the western US city marked 100 days since Black Lives Matter protests erupted against racism and police brutality. Protests in major US cities erupted after the death of African American George Floyd in May 2020 at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis. (Photo by Allison Dinner / AFP) (Photo by ALLISON DINNER/AFP via Getty Images)