Antifa Attack Victim Andy Ngo Says Group Aims to ‘Polarize Society’
Ngo described the frightening moment protesters attacked him in Portland
Antifa victim and conservative journalist Andy Ngo, who last month fell prey to a horrific assault from the far-left 'activists,' warned that the group aims to "polarize society."
Speaking on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle," Ngo forewarned the object of Antifa is to start a political revolution.
"They're working toward a political revolution," Andy Ngo said
"They're made up of anarchists and communists and ... these acts of violence and vandalism ... not only target citizens but they're meant to polarize society."
Ngo described the frightening moment protesters attacked him in Portland.
"I didn't even know what was going," he said.
"It took several hits to my head before I realized, 'Oh, I'm getting beaten up right now,' because I've never been in a fight."
As the Portland demonstration took a violent turn, some demonstrators threw milkshakes allegedly mixed with quick-drying cement, eggs and pepper spray.
Ngo was rushed to hospital after he was viciously attacked by multiple Antifa members, suffering a brain bleed, he said.
Update to @MrAndyNgo supporters — he is being admitted to the hospital overnight as a result of a brain bleed. You sick “journalists” and other hacks gloating about this should be ashamed. As for the rest, please pray for @MrAndyNgo who we need back in health — brave man!🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️ https://t.co/XYVy4EbIzv— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) June 30, 2019
Ngo posted footage of the aftermath on Twitter showing cuts and bruises on his face.
During his interview with Ingraham, Ngo seemed to lose his train of thought.
He then struggled to find his words.
"Sorry," Ngo told Ingraham after a long pause.
"It's OK," Ingraham responded.
"I should tell everybody that you are still suffering from this attack."
"Goodnight everyone except Antifa criminals who I plan to sue into oblivion and then sow salt into their yoga studios and avocado toast stands until nothing grows there, not even the glimmer of a violent criminal conspiracy aided by the effete impotence of a cowed city government,” Harmeet K. Dhillon wrote.