A journalist who covers ANTIFA rallies in Portland, OR is raising money to buy new camera equipment after he was attacked by domestic terrorists and robbed at a rally on Dec. 7.
Journalist Brandon Brown explained in a post last week on Twitter that he went to cover a Nazi Hammerskins rally that turned out to be a hoax. Without any Nazis around to attack, ANTIFA turned their ire toward Brown and roughed him up instead.
Antifa stole my camera equipment today as I tried to cover a Nazi Hammerskins rally with a Antifa counter protest. The rally was a hoax. So Antifa was aggressive with myself & Portland's Liberation who where there to accompany me & protest the Hammerskins. The swelling is notable pic.twitter.com/fPSGusN8nh
— Brandon Brown (@BrandonBrown503) December 8, 2019
In his GoFundMe page, Brown explained that he showed up at the protest alongside members of “Portland’s Liberation,” a pro-LGBT libertarian group. ANTIFA began attacking members of Portland’s Liberation, which had shown up to protest the Nazis as well. As Brown was filming their rampage, he was assaulted by the domestic terrorists.
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