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Portland, Oregon police posted a warning to Twitter Saturday evening that “milkshakes” thrown during the violent Antifa protests contained quick-drying cement. Gateway reported that police officers, Quillette journalist Andy Ngo and others were hit with milkshakes. Commenters online noted the high alkaline content of the moistened quick-drying cement would cause chemical burns when it hit exposed skin.
‘Attacked by Antifa, bleeding, they stole my camera’: Shocking video shows the moment a conservative writer gets punched, kicked and ‘milkshaked’ at a Portland rally
- Andy Ngo was punched, kicked and ‘milkshaked’ by Antifa protesters in Portland
- Disturbing footage from the demonstration shows the violent attack
- Ngo, a controversial conservative writer, is seen trying to escape from the crowds, some of whom follow him and throw milkshakes
- The writer tweeted afterwards that he was bleeding and had been robbed of his camera equipment and that he was heading to the hospital for treatment
- He said: ‘Attacked by antifa. Bleeding. They stole my camera equipment. No police until after. waiting for ambulance. If you have evidence please help’This is the moment militant anti-fascist protesters attacked and ‘milkshaked’ a Conservative writer during a rally in Oregon.
The footage shows Andy Ngo, an editor at the online publication Quillette, being punched, kicked and covered in milkshake by members of the ‘Antifa’ movement.
Ngo, who describes himself in his Twitter bio as ‘hated by Antifa’, is seen attempting to get away from the crowd, some of whom follow him and throw milkshakes and other objects at his head.
Disturbing footage captured at the demonstration shows the moment Andy Ngo, an editor at Quillette, being punched, kicked and covered in milkshake
Ngo, who describes himself in his Twitter bio as ‘hated by Antifa’, is seen attempting to get away from the crowd
At least three demonstraters from Antifa, the collective term for a militant progressive protest movement, who oppose the far-right, were arrested.
The writer tweeted afterwards that he was bleeding and had been robbed of his camera equipment and was heading to the hospital for treatment.
He said: ‘Attacked by antifa. Bleeding. They stole my camera equipment. No police until after. waiting for ambulance . If you have evidence Of attack please help.’
Adding: ‘On way to hospital. Was beat on face and head multiple times in downtown in middle of street with fists and weapons. Suspects at large.’
At least three groups had planned rallies or demonstrations at different sites in the city, including members of the so-called Proud Boys and anti-fascist groups that include ‘antifa,’ and the fights occurred when participants of the opposing groups met, according to The Oregonian/OregonLive .
Sporting several welts and cults, Ngo was speaking into the camera when police arrived. Ngo asked the officers where they had been when he was being attacked
The writer tweeted afterwards that he was bleeding and had been robbed of his camera equipment and was heading to the hospital for treatment
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