I'll bet that any line cop who got into this job to help people, didn't like the order, but had to follow it.
Ngo tweeted that he was "attacked by antifa", which was captured in a video taken by Oregonian reporter Jim Ryan, which has been viewed nearly 8 million times on Twitter.
"There were also reports of pepper spray and bear spray being used by people in the crowd".
The Portland Police Bureau (PPB) posted an alarming, unsubstantiated tweet about vegan milkshakes tainted with cement during a counter-protest this weekend against the alt-right group Patriot Prayer and members of white supremacist group Proud Boys.
After conservative journalist Andy Ngo was violently attacked by liberal protestors, Texas Sen.
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Ngo's employer, Quillette magazine, wrote in an editorial on June 30 saying Antifa had "attacked him for the simple reason that he has challenged their ideological propaganda-an Antifa tactic that any true fascist would recognize and applaud".
A third-party fundraiser netted $150,000 for Ngo's recovery efforts in less than two days, while his Twitter account apparently grew by more than 50,000 new followers.
So far, the only national political figure to demand action has been Senator Ted Cruz, who said Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler should be investigated by federal law enforcement officials following his handling of Antifa and its takeover of the city on multiple occasions.
In October 2018, Wheeler was criticized for not doing enough to prevent antifa members from blocking traffic and harassing drivers in Portland after demonstrators showed up for an OccupyICE event. He recorded the aftermath of the day's events on social media.
The Portland Police Department said victims had been hit with "quick-drying cement".
"We are actively investigating these incidents to hold those responsible accountable", Davis said.
"Throwing substances and objects at people constitutes harassment". The page has raised more than $150,000 as of this writing, surpassing its $50,000 goal.