Watch: Journalist harassed at home by suspected Antifa members

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Six suspected members of the violent left-wing group Anrfa showed up at the family home of independent journalist Andy Ngo, who regularly reports on the group and several months ago was assaulted by Antifa members while covering a protest in Portland, Oregon.

The story: In a 50-second video Ngo posted on Twitter, a number of figures can be seen wearing printed masks of Ngo’s own face and repeatedly ringing the doorbell and banging on the windows of his family home, as reported by The Daily Wire.

“These [six] 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,” Ngo captioned his tweet. “There were no candy bags.”

Ngo said the incident, which happened Thursday, came after Antifa doxxed his mother’s small business and allegedly threatened him and his family. “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 told The Post Millennial.

Though the police were notified of the incident as it occurred, the intruders managed to flee the scene before officers arrived.

Other incidents: Ngo was brutally beaten, punched, and doused with milkshakes while covering Antifa during a protest in Portland in late June. Some of the milkshakes thrown at Ngo were reportedly filled with concrete.

“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,” Ngo said in a tweet at the time.

“[Rose City Antifa] claimed the beating & robbery of me,” noted the journalist. “The [mainstream media] has not reported this out & still call what I say an ‘allegation.’ Even with the demonstrable history of [Rose City Antifa] being a violent extremist group, they still openly organize, dox & recruit on [Twitter] and [Facebook],” Ngo said in a separate tweet at the time.

Ngo has also said a man he recognized at Antifa rallies assaulted him and stole his phone.

He was also assaulted with a mace by a woman wearing a mask at a rally in early May, according to the Daily Caller.


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