Antifa is doomed after a surprising city announced a plan that will destroy them
In recent weeks, Antifa has been in the spotlight a lot.
The terrorist group brutally attacked Asian journalist Andy Ngo, posted flyers with Tucker Carlson’s address on them, and firebombed an ICE facility.
And now they are doomed after a surprising city announced a plan that will destroy them.
There is one thing Antifa has that allows them to continue on with their terrorist activities.
And that is their masks that they use to conceal their identities.
With their masks on they can commit crimes and physically attack people without being identified.
But in Portland, Oregon — a city known for its far-left politics — they may lose that protection.
The city’s Police Chief is calling for “anti-mask” laws to prevent Antifa from staying anonymous while committing violence.
The Daily Caller reports:
Officials in Portland, Oregon, are considering a ban on the wearing of masks during protest events, in response to the violent clash that took place in the city between Antifa and right-wing groups.
Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw called for anti-mask regulations following the assault of conservative journalist Andy Ngo by Antifa protesters on June 29, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
“A lot of people are emboldened because they know they can’t be identified,” Outlaw said to reporters at a press conference.
Portland officials have discussed the potential outlawing of face-covering masks for those who are attempting to hide their identities while committing a crime, said Eileen Park, a spokeswoman for the mayor’s office.
Democratic Mayor Ted Wheeler “wants to weigh his options thoroughly and hear concerns from community leaders before making a decision,” according to Park.
The policy is a violation of the First Amendment, the Oregon American Civil Liberties Union says.”
These are laws that are proven to work.
In Alabama, “anti-mask” laws were put in place to discourage the Ku Klux Klan.
And in recent years, the laws have backfired for Antifa, who have been forced to stay civil due to their lack of anonymity.
When a controversial speaker went to the University of Auburn in Alabama, police created a perimeter, and forced all Antifa members who wanted to enter to take off their masks.
Antifa mask wuestion https://t.co/e20tPO33p9
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) August 31, 2017
That event was able to stay peaceful largely due to the illegality of masks.