As “Peaceful Protests” in Portland Once Again Turn Violent, National Democrats Remain Silent

In unjustifiable attack – and controversy spotlighting Militant Left-Wing Group Antifa – innocent man beaten unconscious

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — An innocent motorist was dragged from his car, forced to the ground, beaten unconscious by Portland rioters and looters Sunday night as the lawlessness, rioting and destruction continued to reign out of control with no Law Enforcement in sight. The incident was reported and shared by Andy Ngo, Editor-at-Large of the Post Millennial.

“Protests” in Portland once again turned violent when a man – who was being chased by protesters – crashed his pickup truck, was removed from the truck and brutally beaten by “protesters” in a horrendous act caught on video.
  Portland Police said they responded to reports of an injured person at Southwest Broadway and Southwest Taylor at about 10:30pm Sunday evening.

The victim – now identified as Adam Haner – is shown bleeding from a large wound in the back of his head, as he appeared unconscious throughout the almost 2½-minute clip.

Officers and 1st Responders “encountered a hostile crowd and a squad from the Rapid Response Team responded to help secure the scene while the investigation was underway,” according to Sgt. Kevin Allen, a police spokesman.

Reports indicate the driver of the truck, Haner, and his female passenger did nothing to exacerbate the “protesters,” other than trying to escape their violent attack.

Shouts of support for Black Lives Matter can be heard in the video.“Black live matter, n—er!” one man continually ranted, as other people checked to make sure that Haner was still alive.

Even as he remained unconscious, a woman was heard taunting him, “Get your b-tch ass up!”

In earlier violent episodes Sunday evening, “protesters” injured two police officers by throwing projectiles including a 10 lb. rock.

After Haner is made to sit on the ground while rioters search his vehicle, he is violently shoved to the ground. Then, while sitting on the ground texting on his phone, a rioters attacks Haner from behind, kicking him unconscious with a blow to the side of the head.

A woman can be heard shouting to call 911 multiple times as Haner lay bleeding on the street. Police did not arrive on the scene until after the crash and the violence had already occurred.

Ngo – who was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, and whose parents immigrated from Vietnam by boat in 1978 – shared a tweet of the moments immediately preceding the assault, where the driver can be seen apparently trying to explain how and why his vehicle crashed.

On June 29, 2019, Ngo gained national attention when an attack on him during an Antifa protest in Portland provided evidence of the growing left-wing violence problem in America.

After being punched in the head, kicked, hit and attacked by unidentified Antifa protesters-assailants who doused him with an unidentified and harmful substance as he covered and was filming the protest, Ngo fled the scene and reported the attack in a livestream video, during which a medic arrived to check on and provide him aid.

Ngo's attorney later wrote he was subsequently taken to a local hospital for cerebral hemorrhaging. 

Portland is entering its 81st consecutive day of rioting and destruction of both the Local Multnomah County & Federal Government office Buildings – which earlier this week were broken into and set on fire – as demonstrators have moved beyond attacking federal courthouses and have now entered into residential areas.

On Monday, Oregon State Police removed their officers from Portland after the City of Portland declined, in most incidences, to follow through with charges for those arrested.

On June 9th, U.S. District Court Judge Marco A. Hernandez issued a Temporary Restraining Order restricting Portland Police from using tear gas to disperse rioters, except if lives or public safety are at risk.

Last week, Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt announced that his office will not prosecute any of those who have been arrested during recent Portland riots.