Since the story about Antifa brutally attacking journalist Andy Ngo went big last week, the group has been falling out of favor even with people who sympathize with left-wing policies.
We’ve have learned that Antifa is nothing new, that they are a creation of communist Russia and that they have been active in Europe for decades. We also know that the tactics they employ on the street, and their manner of organization are at least 90 years old. The FBI even listed Antifa a terrorist organization in 2016 when their assaults against Trump supporters started getting national attention.
Well, as usual, the average person on the street knows a heck of a lot more than the mainstream media wants them to know about this topic.
People who go to work every day and are actively working in and around their communities (read: normal people) know that Antifa are not crusaders for justice. They have seen them block public streets, and try to command traffic. They have seen them bully and try to dominate the public.
The problem is worse in Portland Oregon than it is in just about any other place. The police are not allowed to confront the domestic terrorist group- and the people are left to fend for themselves.
Unfortunately, normal people tend not to speak up about what they see. But Rebel Media went to the town where Andy Ngo was beaten to find out what Portlandians think of Antifa.
Here’s Rebel Media with more.