A new op-ed in the New York Post by Andy Ngo paints a shocking, dark future for Portland and big cities refusing to battle Antifa. After contrasting the peaceful inauguration in Washington, behind a line of armed National Guards with Antifa’s attack on Portland, Ngo writes: “In Portland, Black Lives
More than 100 anti-fascist demonstrators, Antifa, in Portland attacked police and vandalized the city’s Democratic Party of Oregon building Wednesday afternoon, breaking several windows in the process. Police announced they arrested eight people, between the ages of 18 and 38, some of whom were armed with knives and other weapons.
As the protests and rallies in the wake of the George Floyd murder erupted and transformed in some places into riots, ripe with violence and looters. As part of the rage filled mobs descend on communities, journalists report being beaten, chased and even shot at by those rioting. In Seattle