Andy Ngo Attacked By Antifa In Portland – Andy Ngo, a writer and editor who posted a photo of himself from a hospital after being attacked by Antifa members in Portland.
Antifa In Portland Protest:
According to police, more than three people were arrested and several others were reported wounded, in the fights of the members of Antifa and other leftist groups and members of the Proud Boys and other conservatives around downtown Portland, Ore., on Saturday.
The three people were arrested and charged on assault and harassment.
Those three people arrested from the spot, were identified as Gage Halupowski, 23, who was charged with multiple counts of assault, including on a public safety officer; James K. Stocks, 21, who was charged with harassment; and Maria C. Dehart, 23, who was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.
Andy Ngo Attacked:
A most-watched video in the incident a journalist get objects thrown at him, including “vegan” milkshakes that were supposedly distributed to antifa members. Andy Ngo is seen in a video with cuts on his face and around his eye, and white, splotchy substances in his hair and on his shirt.
“I just got beat up by the crowd, no police at all,” Ngo said, adding that he was in the middle of the street and that “they stole my GoPro” camera. He said he was punched several times in my face and my head” and that he was bleeding.
Ngo breathing for a minute, blinking his eyes and then looked around as people could be heard asking him questions.
“Where the hell were all of you?” Ngo asked them. Ngo said protesters threw milkshakes on him in addition to punching him.
Andy Ngo posted, “I am nervous about tomorrow’s Portland antifa rally. They’re promising “physical confrontation” & have singled me out to be assaulted. I went on Tucker Carlson last year to explain why I think they’re doing this: They’re seeking meaning through violence.”
What Portland Police Said:
“During today’s events, there were multiple assaults reported, as well as projectiles thrown at demonstrators and officers,” the Portland police said in a statement. “There were also reports of pepper spray and bear spray being used by people in the crowd. Officers deployed pepper spray during the incident. There were reports of individuals throwing ‘milkshakes’ with a substance mixed in that was similar to a quick-drying cement. One subject was arrested for throwing a substance during the incident.”
“Demonstration events are very fluid in nature and the management of these events is complex,” Assistant Chief Chris Davis said in a statement. “There are hundreds of peaceful free speech events in the City in a given year that do not result in violence. Unfortunately, today some community members and officers were injured. We are actively investigating these incidents to hold those responsible accountable.”
Portland police’s alert to the crowd on 2nd and Salmon to get out of the street and back on the sidewalk. They are blocking the road in an unpermitted march. If they want to leave, they can proceed westbound on Salmon on the sidewalk.
Portland police also tweeted:
Police advised crowd on 3rd Avenue that they are blocking the streets in an unpermitted march and need to get on the sidewalks.
Police has observed violent activity. They are advising crowd to get out of the street and travel into Lownsdale Park Square.
Crowd should to get on sidewalks and get out of the street. The streets remain open to vehicular traffic, which makes it dangerous for all involved.
people are asked they need to clear the streets around Pioneer Courthouse Sq. Crowds are impacting traffic, specifically MAX trains that are stacking up and can’t get through.
Crowd is advised to clear the streets. Throwing substances and objects at people constitutes harassment. If you participate in this behavior you are subject to arrest.
PPB advising this is now a civil disturbance and unlawful assembly. If you do not disperse, you are subject to arrest or use of force.
Police assisting medical to people who were injured by others in the crowd during the civil disturbance a few minutes ago.
If you witnessed the violent assaults that occurred on SW Morrison between 5th and 6th Avenues, or have any video links, please send us the information. Email [email protected] with information.
Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police.
The MSM: Left Wing group “Antifa” is not violent
— Saladino for Congress (@JoeySalads) June 29, 2019
— Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) June 30, 2019
Remember when Don Lemon defended Antifa?
Remember when Chris Cuomo defended Antifa?
They are running defense for violent psychopaths who beat up journalistshttps://t.co/4402cJ6lN6
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) June 29, 2019