Antifa Thug Who Berated 9/11 Widow Identified, FIRED FROM JOB
According to Milne News, the antifa thug who accosted the 9/11 widow on the streets of Portland last week has now been identified as Steve Wilson, aka SalvadOrwell Wilson on Facebook.
They have now fired Steve Wilson, as per a tweet they sent out on Saturday:
Steve Wilson is no longer an employee of SEI. His behavior does not represent the values of our organization or the high expectations that we have for our employees. pic.twitter.com/5v3fH4ENMX
— Self Enhancement, Inc. (@SelfEnhancement) October 21, 2018
Meanwhile, Portland’s pro-antifa local media has rushed to the aid of Wilson and have set their sights on the woman who bore the brunt of Wilson’s tirade. Oregonian “reporter” Shane Kavanaugh writes:
The Oregonian/OregonLive has been able to identify the woman, but not the man. He’s wearing a black hoodie emblazoned with the logo for AK Press, a book publisher that specializes in anarchist and radical literature.
The woman didn’t respond to multiple phone calls and Facebook messages Thursday seeking comment. New York police and others associated with 9/11 can’t confirm she was married to a 9/11 victim.
Zeroing in on the woman’s NYPD ballcap, some of the most shared posts and tweets of the video declare that her husband was a New York police officer, of which there were 23 killed in the attack.
That’s unlikely, officials with several New York City police unions said.
“I’ve met all the widows who lost a husband that day,” said Bob Mladinich, a spokesman for the Sergeants Benevolent Association, an NYPD police union. “She’s definitely not one of them.”
Mladinich, a retired NYPD detective, conceded that it remained possible that the woman’s husband was a Port Authority police officer, a firefighter, or one of the nearly 2,000 other men believed killed in the attack.
Though that might not be the case either.
Public records list a history of only West Coast addresses for the woman, who currently lives in Vancouver.
Though records list her as having several last names over the years, only one matches those of three men killed on 9/11, according to a registry of victims maintained by the National September 11 Memorial.
But her name does not match the names of their spouses or partners when they died, news and public record searches show.
Her prolific posts on Facebook also make no mention of a husband killed on 9/11, even on this year’s anniversary. On that day, the woman posted a news story about antifa, shared a video that lambasted universal health care and included a commemorative message from President Donald Trump.
To some, like Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson, it matters little whether the woman is an actual 9/11 widow but how she was treated in public.
So #BelieveAllWomen has apparently turned into #DoubtAndInvestigateAllWomen, as the ironically named Kavanaugh is spending more time coming up with a hit piece on the victim rather than bothering to find out who the aggressive instigator is.
Here’s the original video in question:
Law & Order March
(October 13th, 2018)
Disclaimer: The person in this video is not Charlie Wilkins. Only bears a slight resemblance. pic.twitter.com/I0cQZkyv34
— Brandon Farley (@FarleyFilms) October 19, 2018