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Journalist Andy Ngo, who specializes in documenting the violent Antifa movement, was violently attacked again. He confirmed the event and who the culprits were in a lengthy Twitter thread. This marks the second time in as many years that Ngo has been ruthlessly beaten by Antifa members.

Redstate had originally reported the rumor that Ngo was the one being chased some nights ago. That turned out to be true.

I’m going to post the lengthly part of his thread that details the attack itself, but in short, a mob of Antifa members figured out who he was in Portland, ripped his mask off, assaulted and injured him, chased him into a hotel, and then beat on the windows trying to get in until the police finally arrived. This came after numerous calls to “murder” Ngo had gone forth.

immediately yelled, “That’s Andy. Get him! Get him!”

As I sprinted through downtown Portland trying to flag down help, there was no visible police presence. At SW 4th Ave and SW Morrison, one of the black-clad Antifa members tackled me to the ground in front of…

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 3, 2021

In the chaos, I managed to seize a moment when my attackers were distracted and crawled away. As soon as I could get to my feet, I sprinted inside the only business I could see that was open —The Nines Hotel. I begged hotel staff to call 911, but they refused and ordered me… pic.twitter.com/CWxwFS1nMH

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 3, 2021

It seemed obvious they intended to make good on hundreds of threats over the past two years to kill me. pic.twitter.com/93ZifwJTHA

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 3, 2021

Dozens of riot police took up positions in front of the building where at least one online video shows extremists swearing and screaming at officers for “protecting Andy Ngo.” At least one Antifa member was arrested according to the… https://t.co/jcOofV9qeu

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 3, 2021

Later, I was escorted to an ambulance by a medic from Portland Fire and Rescue through

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