In the United States we do not deport people for "rioting." It's difficult to even be convicted of a crime here for things of this nature because of our constitution's protections of speech. At most you might get a misdemeanor charge and some light supervision/community service. If you destroy property then perhaps you're looking at a fine and some probation. It's possible you could go to jail for a year or so, but that's doubtful. However, US courts apply laws only where there is personal and subject matter jurisdiction over a person and an issue. The US military can't go into Canada and start arresting people for protesting there. That'd just be silly.
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