In what looked like a scene from The Purge, six members of Antifa went to the Portland home of journalist Andy Ngo — while wearing paper masks of his face.
Unsettling footage of the hooded, gloved, and masked harassers was captured by Ngo’s security camera.
Ngo was violently attacked and robbed by Antifa while attempting to cover a protest in June. He was hospitalized with a cerebral hemorrhage.
I was beaten on the head & robbed on 29 June. Antifa then continued to hurl "milkshakes" at my bleeding face. I was hospitalized with a brain hemorrhage. There still hasn't been a single arrest by @PortlandPolice. Help me seek justice; join my legal fund: https://t.co/QtCt7A6zJp pic.twitter.com/sis8pFo3lf
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) August 10, 2019
Since then, far-leftists have been sending him death threats and doxing him and his family.
Now, they are going to his home, according to the security footage that Ngo posted online.
“These 6 individuals wearing print-out masks of my face approached my family’s home last night, repeatedly rang doorbell, pounded on window, recorded footage of property and gestured at cameras. There were no candy bags. This follows their doxing of my elderly mom’s small business,” Ngo tweeted.
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 1, 2019
Ngo told the Post Millennial, where he the editor at large, that the 48-second long video is a shortened version of an encounter that lasted “several minutes.”
“This is the latest addition to a long list of antifa-related individuals doxing, threatening, and promising to hurt or kill me or my family.” Ngo also mentioned that police were called during the incident, but that the gang had fled before they had arrived. Ngo says police took a report, but was informed that people with masks “are hard, if not impossible to identify” Ngo told TPM.