An Antifa activist has been doxxing sympathetic donors who contributed to reporter Andy Ngo’s GoFundMe page after the independent journalist was targeted and brutally attacked and robbed on June 29 by the terror group’s black-masked thugs.
Ngo almost died from a brain bleed he suffered from that attack on the streets of Portland, Oregon, and he appears to remain at the top of the group’s enemies list. The anarchist group is now employing a new tactic, by publicizing the personal information of those who compassionately gave funds toward his hospital bills.
Conservative pundit Michelle Malkin, an outspoken critic in her own right of the Antifa wickedness and the creator of the GoFundMe page, angrily tweeted: “This is evil! Compassionate citizens being targeted by Antifa exploiting the GoFundMe I created for @MrAndyNgo – Where is @realdonaldtrump ‘s Antifa terrorist designation? Where is @GOP ?!”
This is evil! Compassionate citizens being targeted by Antifa exploiting the GoFundMe I created for @MrAndyNgo – Where is @realdonaldtrump ‘s Antifa terrorist designation? Where is @GOP ?! https://t.co/W9xZe5GaUE
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) November 16, 2019
Ngo implored the haters to back off, tweeting: “If you want to go after someone, go after me. Leave those around me — my family, my supporters — the hell alone.”
Last night an antifa account decided to go after those who donated to my GoFundMe when I was hospitalized in June by releasing their photos & personal info. This is depraved & a new low, even for antifa. I have reported this to Twitter and GoFundMe.
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 15, 2019
The GoFundMe account for Ngo was open for just two weeks and collected almost $200,000.
Doxxing is increasingly a tactic being used by the extreme left. Antifa Twitter user @TheQueerCrimer, who goes by the handle “Richmond Police,” on Thursday sent out a long series of tweets exposing 35 individuals who donated to Ngo, to include photos, locations, and employers for most of them. Some of the donors apparently identify as progressives, but clearly if you are not a radical, extremist progressive wearing anarchy-black, then you are fair game.
The tweets have not been deleted or the account shut down by Twitter, so apparently such abhorrent behavior does not violate the media giant’s standards.
Worth noting … in an age when everything is political and is bound to potentially trigger someone, donating to worthwhile causes should be done anonymously.
Ngo has continued to courageously cover Antifa violent activities, mainly in the Portland area. Meanwhile the criminals’ tactics are becoming more threatening and dangerous to those around him.
In October, the group doxxed the business of the journalist’s elderly mother.
Then on October 31, six individuals wearing print-out masks of Ngo’s face appeared at his family’s home, rang the doorbell repeatedly, banged on windows, and tried to enter the home through the front door, as evidenced by security camera footage.
These 6 individuals wearing print-out masks of my face approached my family’s home last night, repeatedly rang doorbell, pounded on window, recorded footage of property & gestured at cameras. There were no candy bags. This follows their doxing of my elderly mom’s small business. pic.twitter.com/dH8qn1YS85
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 1, 2019
For those needing a reminder of the unprovoked life-threatening attack on Ngo in Portland in June, to which police officers watching it all unfold failed to respond, watch below:
— Jim Ryan (@Jimryan015) June 29, 2019
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