Andy Ngo is a top-notch independent journalist who’s been following the far-left, violent Antifa group through the streets of Portland for years, where they’ve laid claim to the streets, as police chase them around on bicycles.

On June 19, 2019, a massive group of leftist Antifa thugs protested on the streets of Portland, Oregon. As they marched through the streets with masks and bandanas covering their faces, they chanted, “All cops are bastards!”

Ngo, who has been chronicling the Antifa protests for the past two years by following them around and capturing their violent acts on film, became the victim of these animals today when they caught him off guard, and like a pack of wolves, surrounded the unarmed journalist and began beating him. They stole his camera and left him lying in the street.

***Warning*** the video below is very disturbing to watch:

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Ngo tweeted about being attacked by Antifa. He also tweeted that he was bleeding and that they stole his camera equipment. Ngo makes it clear that no police showed up until after he was beaten and that he was waiting for the ambulance to arrive. He also asked anyone with any evidence of the attack to please help identify the leftist thugs.

The video below shows a visibly shaken Ngo, asking Portland Police where they were when he was viciously beaten by Antifa?

One year later, the violence by Antifa increased and many were concerned over the lack of concern by lawmakers to step in and do something about the terror group, particularly Democrat lawmakers. An independent journalist who goes by “Fleccas,” asked Rep. Jerry Nadler about the violence taking over major cities in Oregon. Nadler shrugged off his question, telling him, “That’s a myth!”

During the presidential debates, Joe Biden called the extremely violent terror group, Antifa, “An idea.”

Well, Joe Biden’s “idea” just caused Andy Ngo, one of America’s bravest and most important journalists to flee the country after multiple and death threats from his “idea.”

Ngo recently published a book about the inside look of Antifa called “Unmasked”, in which protesters went after the book store to protest them selling Mr. Ngo’s book. He is now living in London, having fled Portland fearing for his life.

During the interview, Ngo said, “For a number of months now there’s just been increasing threats of violence against me, promises by Antifa extremists to kill me.”

Andy Ngo has now fled to London after multiple credible death threats by Antifa which he reported to law enforcement and according to Ngo, they did “nothing” about his calls for help.

In an interview with Skye News Ngo revealed that he’s fleeing to London out of “fear for his life.” “For a number of months now, there’s just been increasing threats of violence against me, promises by Antifa extremists to …. kill me,” Ngo said. He continued, “And all of those threats were reported to authorities, and even when I provided names of some of the suspects, nothing was done.”

Several hours ago, Triggernometry posted another interesting interview with Andy Ngo on their Youtube channel. Comedians Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster of Triggernometry asked him about BLM/Antifa and how they’re succeeding to destroy law enforcement in Portland, Oregon, and other leftist cities in Oregon, Utah, and Washington and why no one is doing anything about them?

When they asked Andy if BLM and Antifa are working together, he answered, “yes,” adding, “they’re made up of anarchist communists,” explaining that BLM activists are “being used as useful idiots,” by Antifa to help push their radical agenda. Ngo said that they use the minorities who protest and riot with them as “human shields.”

People assumed wrongly that after the election win of  Joe Biden in November that it would be the end of violence. “Wrong!” he said, explaining that the violence has only ramped up.

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