Antifa Protests Wrong Group, Gets Triggered by Reporter and Screams Death Threats


When antifa, a violent far-left group, couldn’t find any real “Nazis,” they decided to threaten and intimidate an innocent reporter.

Andy C. Ngo, an editor at Quillette, traveled to downtown Seattle last Saturday to cover antifa’s protest of an event held by the Washington State Three Percent.

As noted in Ngo’s article for The Daily Wire, the Washington State Three Percent is a conservative group that describes itself as constitutionalist.

However, antifa falsely claimed that members of the group are “white supremacists” and “misogynists” on their Facebook event page.

Matt Marshall, leader of the Washington State Three Percent, challenged antifa to find any evidence for their claims.

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“We are a completely non-discriminatory organization,” Marshall said. “I would challenge anyone to find a statement or action that would prove any of those claims.”

Ngo suggested that antifa might have gotten the Washington State Three Percent mixed up with a completely different group, the “3% Security Force,” which is more radical.

Not only did antifa mischaracterize the Washington State Three Percent as white supremacists, but they also claimed Ngo was a “Nazi.”

In reality, Ngo is a gay Asian-American journalist, which is the kind of person antifa claims to represent.

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After being confronted by armed members of antifa, a group surrounded Ngo and shouted “Nazi fascists out!” while pushing him.

Ngo also received death threats for filming the far-left radicals.

Warning: the tweet below contains strong language.

“Are you willing to die for YouTube s—?” one protester threatened.

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“Death is coming to you,” the left-wing radical added.

Another protester used a megaphone to chant phrases like “Nazis go home!” in front of Ngo’s face.

“It was so loud that I felt physical pain in my ear drums,” Ngo recalled on Twitter.

When Ngo finally left the protest, the mob laughed and cheered believing that they’ve defeated an evil Nazi.

The far-left seems willing to call anybody a “Nazi” regardless of the truth. They just want an excuse to attack and threaten people.

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Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a background in history, education and philosophy. He has led multiple conservative groups and is dedicated to the principles of free speech, privacy and peace.
Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a passion for free speech, privacy and peace. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a B.A. in History. While at Wooster, he served as the Treasurer for the Wooster Conservatives and the Vice President for the Young Americans for Liberty.
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