Journalist Andy Ngo, who specializes in documenting the violent Antifa movement, was violently attacked again. He confirmed the event and who the culprits were in a lengthy Twitter thread. This marks the second time in as many years that Ngo has been ruthlessly beaten by Antifa members.
Redstate had originally reported the rumor that Ngo was the one being chased some nights ago. That turned out to be true.
I’m going to post the lengthly part of his thread that details the attack itself, but in short, a mob of Antifa members figured out who he was in Portland, ripped his mask off, assaulted and injured him, chased him into a hotel, and then beat on the windows trying to get in until the police finally arrived. This came after numerous calls to “murder” Ngo had gone forth.
While Ngo’s account is comprehensive, there are a few other things that stand out to me here. That the hotel would ask him to put on a mask as he’s being chased by a violent mob, after Fauci himself was exposed for privately admitting masks don’t work, is almost comical in its absurdity. But I digress, the fact that the hotel didn’t want to help him, refusing to even call 911, is the far bigger issue. What kind of business tells someone to leave as a violent mob is trying to possibly kill them? Watch the video clip in the fourth tweet. It’s absolutely shocking.
Past that, the lack of policing in Portland is an obvious problem, and that problem stems from the leadership of the police department and the city itself. Residents have continued to put far-left activists in positions of power. This is the result — anarchy and a complete lack of protection of basic rights. Ngo, whether Antifa clowns like it or not, has a right to document their behavior in public places.
I’ll end by noting that how the mainstream media treat these attacks on Ngo is just disgraceful. Jim Acosta can get heckled and it’s national news while Ngo can get physically beaten and there’s a total black-out of coverage. I don’t care if you are a journalist who sympathizes with Antifa. There’s no excuse to stand idly by and not denounce violence against another journalist, and yes, Ngo is a journalist by every objective definition. He’s certainly more trustworthy than most of the hacks over at CNN and the like.
One can only hope that the people in Portland wake up from their partisan stooper and put a stop to this eventually.
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