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Writer Is Roughed Up by Antifa Protesters at Portland Rally

One individual hit Andy Ngo in the face, while others threw milkshakes as he tried to get away from the mob

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Journalist Andy Ngo was assaulted at a rally on Saturday in Portland, Oregon, which is arguably home of the Antifa movement.

The video below that was shared in a tweet shows Ngo, editor at a publication called Quillette, as he was punched and kicked by masked Antifa members dressed in their usual black “uniforms.”

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An Antifa member hit Ngo in the face — while others threw milkshakes and containers of other liquids on him as he tried to get away (shown above are members of Antifa from a previous protest).

When police interviewed Ngo afterward, he told the officer, “I just got beat up by the crowd, with no police at all, in the middle of the street.”

He asked the officer, “Where the hell were all of you?”

His injuries are reportedly serious.

(Warning: Some violent images appear below.)

As others have said about Antifa, these individuals have pushed too far already a long time ago — but they don’t push where they will themselves get hurt.

They abuse defenseless and true Americans, who unwisely (or perhaps wisely from another point of view) live in those blue states.

Democrat socialists who argue for the banning of firearms are really asking for monopolistic rule by the young, the strong, and the many.

This is in polar opposition to any form of civilized society.

An assailant, even an armed one, can only be successful in a society in which the state has granted him or her a forced monopoly.

All law-abiding Americans need to know: The violent leftist open revolt is just around the corner, in my opinion.

Don’t get caught lacking. Later will be too late to get yourself ready.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission. This article has been updated. 

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