Ever-eager to mace, bash, and stab their political will into the beating heart of America, the fascist left-wing hate group ANTIFA has hospitalized photographer and reporter Andrew Ngo over the weekend during an ANTIFA march in Portland Oregon.
In a disturbing 37 seconds of video footage from the event, we see Ngo being surrounded by ANTIFA members. The ANTIFA members were dressed in black and wore masks. They closed Ngo’s escape route and began spraying him with silly string and pelting him with eggs. Then he was hit with cement laden liquids, kicked, and punched repeatedly.
In a video Ngo posted taken immediately after the incident you can see blood dripping down the side of his face and his eye already starting to swell. Ngo’s injuries were so bad that he was admitted to the hospital after doctor’s discovered bleeding in his brain. Ngo’s camera was also stolen.
None of the perpetrators have been arrested, and the mainstream media has not covered the event (with the exception of Fox News). Only 1 of the 27 Democrat nominee hopefuls spoke out about the attack. It wasn’t Warren, Sanders, Harris or Biden. It was fringe moderate Democrat Andrew Yang.
He tweeted, “I hope @MrAndyNgo is okay. Journalists should be safe to report on a protest without being targeted.”
Notice he still didn’t condemn Antifa for their violence.
Andrew Ngo is a gay, Asian man who has been reporting on the development of the culture war for several years. He works for Quillette and has been an open target of ANTIFA for some time. He has been saying for weeks that he has been getting threats from the group.
The trend of Leftists throwing milkshakes at conservatives became popular in England recently with their latest major elections. Leftist commentators have said that it’s just “a bit of fun,” and call conservatives crybabies for complaining about it.
At the same time, conservatives have been saying that it’s just a matter of time before someone throws a milkshake with something dangerous in it. Now, that concern has become a reality.
Jim Ryan of the Oregonian tweeted, “First skirmish I’ve seen. Didn’t see how this started, but @MrAndyNgo got roughed up.”
Police reports indicate that pepper spray and bear mace were also used on anyone who wasn’t dressed in black and sporting a “We hate Trump” button by ANTIFA members.
Before the Portland ANTIFA rally, Ngo tweeted, “I am nervous about tomorrow’s Portland Antifa rally. They’re promising ‘physical confrontation’ & have singled me out to be assaulted.”
Breitbart reported on the incident on Monday, saying “Ngo was transported to a nearby hospital, where he received medical attention for injuries he sustained to his face and head. The journalist’s attorney, Harmeet Dhillon, said he experienced a brain bleed and other injuries. To assist with paying his medical expenses, conservative pundit Michelle Malkin set up a GoFundMe for him that has raised over $150,000.”
Ngo’s attorney has promised that she will sue those responsible for funding the Portland Oregon chapter of ANTIFA “into oblivion.”
Ngo went on the Tucker Carlson show to recount the event. He told Tucker, “While hearing people chant ‘No hate, no fear.’ I am suddenly bashed on the back of my head. From behind. When I realized what was happening, it was too late. A mob of people all dressed in black and wearing masks started beating me with their fists. And some of them used objects to hit me.”
Once again, the local police in a heavily liberal-governed area have failed to protect conservative citizens from ANTIFA. Ngo stumbled away from the scene of the attack. No police responded. He managed to get as far as a local courthouse where he collapsed on the steps.
There, a SWAT medic told Ngo that he would have to walk back through the crowd where he had been beaten in order to get to an ambulance.
In response to Ngo’s story, Tucker Carlson slammed his fist on his desk and exclaimed, “Just to remind our viewers, this is the group that CNN’s primetime anchors have defended and promoted. I saw that Andrew Yang, who’s running for president as a Democrat, bless him, attacked ANTIFA for this. Have you received any other support, very quickly, from any other Democratic officeholders in Portland or nationally?”
Ngo responded, saying that he had not.