Antifa Make A Run For It When Confronted By Cops After Throwing Rocks
The far-left group faced overdue aggression from cops
Far-left group Antifa used the opportunity of Friday's worldwide climate strike to cause mayhem and violence in Portland, Oregon.
Independent conservative journalist Andy Ngo reported that a group of Antifa members, dressed in black with masks and hoods, threw rocks and other objects at police officers protecting an ICE facility.
But the violent leftist's anonymity and free reign came to grinding halt when this particular incident turned out a bit differently.
The video below shows Antifa getting instant karma.
The officers who chased after the fleeing Antifa members represented both Portland Police and the Department of Homeland Security.
One Antifa member can see cursing at the officer's while, in a rare moment, not wearing a mask.
"F*** you, pig!" the red-haired, white kid shouts at a black police officer.
But when the officer ran up and told him to back up, the scared kid shouted, "Stop threatening me!"
Then when he was at a safe distance, he shouted, "DHS, you f***ing Gestapo piece of s**t!"
After the "climate strike" protest in Portland yesterday, around 50 masked antifa militants descended near the local ICE facility. They threw projectiles and rocks at officers. This is what happened when (federal, not local) police initiated an arrest. https://t.co/lxM8TglxNN pic.twitter.com/nsyxhMWZUM— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) September 21, 2019
Another part of the clip showed a rather large Antifa member in handcuffs while officers searched him.
Last month, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter there is “major consideration” being given to designating the far-left group Antifa as a terrorist organization.
“Major consideration is being given to naming ANTIFA an ‘ORGANIZATION OF TERROR,’” the president tweeted.
“Portland is being watched very closely. Hopefully, the Mayor will be able to properly do his job!”
In preparation for the protests last month, two dozen local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Protective Service and the FBI, are in Portland to help monitor the demonstrations.