Antifa just got the green light to physically attack conservative journalists by this blue state jury

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The radical Left has started justifying and rationalizing political violence.

And they’re currently actively engaged in it.

And now this blue state jury just gave Antifa the green light to physically attack conservatives.

Ted Cruz, Candace Owens, Charlie Kirk and many other prominent conservatives have been driven out of restaurants by woke protestors.

Riley Gaines was virtually held hostage, against her will, on a college campus by self-proclaimed “social justice warriors.”

Police officer David Dorn was killed and Kyle Rittenhouse was forced to defend his life during the supposedly “mostly peaceful” BLM riots.

And Antifa has literally taken over large portions of cities and even set police stations on fire.

Time and time again, when political pressure and cancel culture fall short of achieving the radical Left’s aims, violent attacks seem to occur to those who oppose them.

And a recent court case involving alleged Antifa members isn’t going to make matters better.

Conservative reporter violently attacked 

Andy Ngo is the senior editor of the Post Millennial.

He’s also a New York Times best-selling author of the book Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.

His book dives into the history of the group and alleges details of a criminal enterprise.

In his years as a reporter, Ngo wrote about the violent tendencies of the shadowy radical Left organization.

And in 2019 Ngo was the victim of multiple brutal assaults on the streets of Portland, during Antifa protests.

The attacks resulted in serious injuries — including a brain hemorrhage.

You can see some of the attacks against Ngo in the videos above.

In one, individuals alleged to be Antifa members have ravaged Ngo, leaving him bruised and bloodied.

But that wasn’t enough, while he tried to walk away, they screamed at him, mocked him, sprayed his open wound with silly string, and pelted him with milkshakes — while also getting in a few more punches.

In the second video, you can see Ngo literally running for his life while being chased by purported Antifa members in a 2021 attack.

They eventually catch him, corner him, and use their numbers advantage to pummel him into a pulp.

He’s able to get free and flees into a hotel for safety.

Once inside, Ngo dives for cover behind the check-in desk and tells the hotel staff that people are trying to kill him.

Outside the hotel, black-clad individuals stalked Ngo, screaming, banging on the doors and windows and even threatening to take his life.

The author was hospitalized after the attack.

They even call to get more reinforcements to the hotel.

Case file: Andy Ngo vs. Antifa 

Ngo filed a lawsuit against some of the attackers he was able to identify in the videos.

After a long legal back-and-forth, the verdict finally came in this week.

And despite video of the attack and more evidence of the defendants bragging about the attack and further threatening the life of Ngo, as well as text messages between the defendants discussing the violent incident — the Portland jury sided against the conservative journalist who was almost beaten to death.

The jury decision came after a week-long trial full of violent outbursts inside and outside of the courtroom.

Including one Post Millennial reporter’s car being broken into and destroyed, as you can see in the below video.

Ngo told Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham that jurors even told the court they were scared for their safety — as Antifa was trying to uncover the identities of the jurors.

For that reason, the court sealed the jurors’ identities.

But that was not enough to give them the backbone to punish the defendants for the brazen physical assault they were accused of carrying out against a political opponent whose only crime was covering other violent activity seemingly committed by Antifa.

Ngo also told Ingraham that in her closing arguments to the jury, the defense lawyer told the jury that resistance can get violent, that she’s a member of Antifa, and that she would remember each of their faces.

One could understand why jurors would be fearful of awarding Ngo a victory — however, whether the Portland jurors reached their decision out of fear for their safety or because they share political leanings with them it looks to most observers like justice was denied.

And now, Antifa and other Left-wing radicals may feel they have a blueprint to commit heinous attacks against political enemies without fear of reprisal or consequence.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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