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It gives a deep dive into the movement's history, agenda and plan. It also publishes primary documents leaked from Portland's largest militant antifa organization for the first time. I am speaking at 7 p. Jump to.
He is editor-at-large of The Post Millennial , a Canadian conservative news website. Ngo began his career as a multimedia editor for the Portland State University student newspaper, The Vanguard. He came to national attention when he was dismissed in after publishing a video to Twitter that the paper's editor-in-chief said was out of context and violated journalist ethics. Ngo then went on to work as a sub-editor for Quillette. His coverage of Patriot Prayer became controversial after video footage surfaced showing Ngo present as members of the far-right group planned a violent attack on a bar; Ngo never reported on their plans. While reporting on a Proud Boys march in Portland, Ngo was attacked and injured by left-wing and antifa counterprotesters. Ngo later testified on antifa and related First Amendment issues before a U. House subcommittee. Ngo was born and raised in Portland, Oregon.