Andy Ngo Discusses His Attack With Tucker Carlson
According to Andy:
"On Saturday, I was documenting this protest that was organized by AntiFa and its allies, we were a literal stone's throw away from Portland's most important institutions of the rule of law—the courthouses, the sheriff's office, the central police precinct—while hearing people chant, 'No hate, no fear.' I was suddenly bashed on the back of my head from behind. I'm a very passive person, I've never been in a fight. It took me a few seconds to realize I was even hit in my head. When I realized what was happening, it was too late. A mob of people, all dressed in black and wearing masks, started beating me with their fists, and some of them used objects to hit me. I don't know how many people were involved. It seemed like five, ten, fifteen, or twenty—it could have been that many. They beat me so much that I lost control of my Go Pro camera that I was holding, which was then stolen from me. And when I thought it was over, I realized I was wrong. I put my arms up to try to shield my face as well as to signal to them that I was surrendering. I wasn't there to fight...."