Tomi Lahren Asks Portland Residents What They Think About 'Occupy ICE' Protests
Portland, Oregon has become one of the epicenters of the "Occupy ICE" protests that have been taking place across the country.
Demonstrators recently shut down a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in the city, calling for the immigration agency to be shut down.
Protesters were eventually evicted from the facility, but anti-ICE demonstrations have continued on city streets and sidewalks.
On Monday, people camped out at Portland City Hall, calling for the release of asylum-seekers being held in the city, and demanding Portland end city contracts with federal immigration authorities and withdraw from the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren visited Portland to see what people think of the "Occupy ICE" movement and the illegal immigration debate.
Some residents defended people's right to protest, but others said the rhetoric coming from both anti-ICE demonstrators and counter-demonstrators has become "militant" and "crazy."
At least one individual was outwardly hostile toward Lahren, cursing at her and calling her a "hater."
"Unfortunately the only views that are being projected out here are extremist views," one man said. "And so you get extremist reactions, and thus why you get extreme behavior with people coming up to you and flipping you off."
Watch the "Hannity" segment above.