New Orleans Antifa Facebook Page Celebrates Andy Ngo’s Beating and Concrete Milkshakes
New Orleans Antifa posted material on its Facebook page praising the violent “concrete milkshakes” weapon and stating that journalist Andy Ngo was “rightfully” beaten in Portland.
As America witnesses the true violent nature of Antifa — a radical left-wing network located in all corners of the United States — the Left is becoming more open about not caring whether or not people know of their pro-violence agenda. Facebook — a company that routinely and vindictively censors conservatives — serves as a platform for Antifa’s violent writing.
The NOLA Antifa page describes itself as “New Orleans Anti-fascist information, organization, and direction action,” and their background image portrays a statue removal. Antifa is targeting statues of white men, particularly Confederate statues, for destruction to fight supposed white supremacy.
Here are some screenshots of NOLA Antifa’s recent posts, which were still live on Facebook as of press time:
Writer Michelle Malkin’s “Protect Andy Ngo Fund” has raised more than $190,000 on GoFundMe.
A petition to name Antifa a domestic terrorist organization is gaining momentum as the fallout from last weekend’s violence continues to be exposed on social media.
The petition, “Demand President Trump label Antifa a domestic terrorist organization” is growing quickly in the days following the unprecedented violence in Portland, Oregon that saw journalist Andy Ngo brutally beaten and attacked with quick cement milkshakes and an elderly man’s skull fractured during an attack with a metal pipe.
After 24 hours, the petition reached 20,000 signatures, and currently sits at just under 25,000.
Big League Politics was the first major outlet to report on the petition, launched by Demand Free Speech rally co-organizer Enrique Tarrio…
During the days following the outburst in violence, which has been dubbed the Antifa riot on Twitter, the Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler attempted to protect Antifa from blame by refusing to name the violent group in his remarks posted to Facebook and Twitter.
At the same time, the Portland Police Association attempted to levy equal blame to Antifa and the Proud Boys, despite video evidence showing the Proud Boys were at least a 30 minute walk away from the area where Ngo was attacked.