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Antifa launches Thanksgiving Day attack in Portland

Protest in front of Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse in Portland, Oregon, July 22, 2020
Credit: Tedder/Wikipedia/Creative Commons 4.0

On Thanksgiving Day, Antifa, a left-wing anarchist group, attacked a veteran’s war memorial in Portland, toppling the statue on top and as well vandalizing several businesses in down town Portland. This even included a grocery store that openly supported the Black Lives Matter (BLM).

Apparently, BLM is not radical enough. Even though one of its founder is a self-proclaimed “trained Marxist.”

Breitbart explains what happened on Thanksgiving day:

An Antifa group in Portland, Oregon, called for a Thanksgiving Eve attack on “symbols and structures of colonialism and capitalism.” The incited direct action led to the destruction and vandalism of a veterans’ war memorial and downtown businesses.

PNY Youth Liberation Front, a group described as an Antifa group by independent journalist Andy Ngo, tweeted a call for a “decentralized anti-colonial day of action” on Thanksgiving Eve. The message began, “F**k Thanksgiving, f**k Black Friday!”

READ: Portland Antifa Attack BLM-Supporting Grocery, War Memorial: ‘F**k Thanksgiving’

Andy Ngo videoed the vandalism (language warning):

One Tweet summed it up well:

Meanwhile, Oregon’s Democrat Gov. Kate Brown has set up a snitch line so people could report on the real anarchists, those families who dare to break her COVID-1984 lockdown on Thanksgiving. READ: Oregon Governor: Snitch On Your Neighbors For Violating Thanksgiving COVID Orders

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