A Portland jury found two Antifa members not liable for attacks on journalist Andy Ngo after defense lawyer Michelle Burrows told the jurors that not only does she self-identify as both a progressive and an “anti-fascist,” she strongly declared, “I am Antifa” and insisted upon making herself an “I am Antifa” t-shirt, which she said she would wear after the trial. Then made the statement that this would be her last trial, before telling the jurors that she “will remember each one of their faces.”

There is a reason why I have advised everyone to get out of the entire area of Portland, which can best be described as being behind enemy lines. Anyone who finds themselves in this area is advised to leave immediately, even if this means abandoning property.

There is no longer any redress available through the courts in large areas of the country. The only justice you get is what you take for yourself. As we approach another election season, expect violence to begin ramping up. Make sure that you are familiar with your area and have identified those who may be enemy combatants.


Alles Klaar Comrade Commissar · August 8, 2023 at 10:53 pm

CHAZ/CHOP land like Seattle. Written off like Illinois, Michigan, California, and other CPUSA (D) occupied territories.
Avoid enemy territory by any means necessary.
Occupy Wall Street was/is state sanctioned as well.
Trust fund poseurs acting out for their soft fruity sold out sh1thippie parents.

Dirty Dingus McGee · August 9, 2023 at 2:13 am

” have identified those who may be enemy combatants.”

Many, if not most, make it easy. blm, antifa and rainbow flags are easy to spot. Biden/Obama/Clinton bumper stickers on cars are also helpful. Purple hair weirdo’s trying to register folks to vote or large gathering’s of “teens”, are good to avoid.

You get the idea. They love to advertise, I love to keep track of them.

Boneman · August 9, 2023 at 5:33 am

I keep non-lethal methods of defense very handy in the vehicle pursuant to a recent “Angry Motorist” encounter in Ft. Myers and it was a hairsbreadth away from becoming very ugly. I’ve not yet seen any Antifa miscreants in the area… but I’m being very vigilant. Fortunately I have recently moved from a very urban center to at least a slightly more outlying area and am no longer in the “City” as it were.

This article… is extremely unsettling.

Bad Dancer · August 9, 2023 at 5:51 am

Was hoping this would get picked up and discussed by folks.

You had court house clerks passing names and info to people outside. A member of the mob confronting reporters, jurors, and one of the attorneys inside the courthouse without being suplexed through a wall. Judge informing the jurors that they were being doxxed which in my mind was an attempt to intimidate them because unless new reports come out little was done to provide protection or reassurance.

They’re going around with cameras trying to bait people in to action to ruin their lives just for their own amusement.

SiG · August 9, 2023 at 8:43 am

Lately, my wife and I have been reflecting that we’re kind of glad we spent time in San Francisco, Portland and Seattle before they went to hell. Got to see them before the collapse. Same with NYC and Boston although maybe they’re not as far down the slippery slope as the left coast. Not as far down the slippery slope sometimes. I was in Los Angeles a couple of times, but those were work trips that she didn’t go with me on and I only drove around the city a little before or after work.

These places are irreparably screwed up. Why is the lawyer saying “I’ll remember each of your faces” and “I am Antifa” not an immediate mistrial? The judge should have shut it down right then and there.

Every single aspect of government in those places needs to be reformed. The root problem, though, is the voters who are getting what they want.

    Jonesy · August 9, 2023 at 2:44 pm

    Sig I had the same thought…comments like that from a counselor should have been an immediate mistrial. So that means the judge was likely sympathetic to her views.

    Divemedic · August 9, 2023 at 4:03 pm

    More than a mistrial. Should be a directed verdict.

Toastrider · August 9, 2023 at 10:44 am

With all due respect to Mr. Ngo (and I do respect him), if he was surprised by this outcome he needs to have his head examined.

What I’m hoping is that he has a Plan B to wreck the commie bastards’ lives. If he put his faith in the legal system in Portland with no backup plan, he’s a damned fool.

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