Andy Ngo is an independent journalist and Quillette Magazine editor. He’s been doing a great job covering a lot of the action by radical leftist Antifa people in Portland. Over the weekend, he covered a #HimToo rally, the Antifa counter-action. In the process, he was harassed and assaulted and he caught an epic moment of truth for one virulent young radical, Hannah McClintock.
The #HimToo rally was organized by Haley Adams to bring awareness to the problem of men being sexually assaulted and falsely accused of sexual assault.
Antifa came out to harass the rally, calling them “rape apologists,” and waving anarchist, socialist and Communist symbols/flags.
In the process, Ngo caught video of the mostly white young people harassing and mocking him.
From Daily Wire:
“I was assaulted by a mob of masked individuals in black. They also targeted my equipment. They called me a fascist & Islamophobe. They said my parents & grandparents would be ashamed of me,” said Ngo. “It feels surreal to be treated this way by people who don’t even know me.”
They bumped him, followed him as he filmed, berating him and mocking his looks. They also sprayed silly string on him in.
Ngo also caught video of them assaulting people in the street and one pulling his pants down and showing his rear to police. He was not arrested.
But perhaps the highlight of the video caught by Ngo was the encounter with Hannah McClintock, 19.
McClintock clearly had issues and not just pink hair. McClintock kept trying to pick a fight with the rallygoers. She even hit them repeatedly and spat at them as they refrained from responding back to her. “Let it happen, let it happen,” says one of the rally goers said. “Don’t touch her. Let her attack us, let her attack us.”
But shortly after she spat on the rallygoers again, she gets a big surprise she wasn’t anticipating and you can check it out at the end of the video taken by Ngo at 13:44. But the whole video is an exercise of not protest, but radical tantrum throwing.
*Warning for graphic language and partial nudity.*
Six people were arrested including McClintock.
Of the 6 people arrested, 5 were charged with interfering with a peace officer: Ruben A. Delahuerga, 25; Betsy Toll, 68; Elizabeth L. Cheek, 33; Brittany Frost, 35; and Gary Fresquez, 52.
Fresquez also faces disorderly conduct. The 6th person, 19-year-old Hannah R. McClintock, was charged with harassment.