A 19-year-old girl went nuts in Portland, screaming, hitting and spitting at conservatives. The conservatives kept turning the other cheek as they continued to record her assault on them. Authorities arrested left-wing Antifa protester Hannah McClintock and charged her with harassment.
Figures. She was punching people. That’s assault, not harassment. Five others were arrested on various charges including interfering with a peace officer and disorderly conduct. The protesters were from a group that calls itself #HimToo. Antifa is a domestic terrorist group, who have found their safe space to be Portland, Oregon, where the mayor and the police chief often order officers to stand down.
The rally put a spotlight on male victims of sexual abuse and those falsely accused of sexual harassment. Left-wing counter-protesters also showed up to disrupt the rally and harass the attendees of the event.
The female protester allegedly egged on the male demonstrators while she spat on them, repeatedly yelling the word “b****,” according to the video.
McClintock then allegedly assaulted the male activists.
Two of the activists could be heard in the video urging their fellow protesters to resist the temptation of fighting against the female Antifa protester.
“Let it happen, let it happen,” says one of the protesters. “Don’t touch her. Let her attack us, let her attack us.”
But McClintock continued to assault the men, spitting on them once more while the #HimToo protesters turned the other cheek.
She will probably get a 10 cent fine and released, after all she didn’t attack anyone important.
“McClintock was arrested near Southwest 3rd Avenue and Southwest Taylor Street. McClintock was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on a charge of Harassment,” says a press release from the Portland Police Bureau.
“The Portland Police Bureau spent considerable time planning for today’s demonstration and counter demonstration,” Chief Danielle Outlaw said. “We used significant resources and attempted to keep opposing groups apart, both when they were in the parks and as they traveled through downtown. Our goal was to keep all people in the community safe.”
“The Police Bureau is aware that several instances of criminal behavior were filmed and broadcast on a various media platforms,” reads the press release from the bureau. “These crimes may include, but are not limited to: Disorderly Conduct, Assault, Theft, and Reckless Burning. Investigators will be conducting follow-up which may lead to arrests at a later time.”