Drivers Have to Go Through Gauntlet of Antifa Attacking Them, It Doesn't End Well for the Radicals

(AP Photo/John Rudoff)

My colleague Brandon Morse reported earlier about some of the Antifa violence in Salem, Oregon, including an encounter that one driver had with some of them.

The Antifa people attacked him, throwing rocks at his car and yellow paint. Then, when he got out of the car to see the damage, they bashed parts of his car more and maced him. Bad move on their part because, at that point, he pulled out his gun to get them to back off. Then the anti-police radicals suddenly were all hot to have the police respond to protect them, which is so hypocritical and hilarious. When the police responded, they temporarily held and questioned the victim, but he was the victim and he was not charged.

But that wasn’t all and the real question was why hadn’t the police stopped the Antifa folks earlier?

Because it wasn’t just that incident.

Multiple cars trying to drive down the road in front of the Capitol were forced to drive through a gauntlet of Antifa who came prepared to riot with guns, bats, shields & gas masks. Then they assaulted the cars with rocks, paint, and other objects.

But their actions almost cost this Antifa guy — he was almost squished big time by a truck.

So how about arresting all these characters for assaults on the people in the cars?

They did, in fact, bag some of them for their actions. They brought down a couple here.

According to the Statesman Journal, four were arrested.

Andrew Alan Foy, 34, was charged with second-degree disorderly conduct and second-degree criminal trespass; Nathan McFarland, 33, was charged with second-degree disorderly conduct; Anthony Villaneda,18, faces five counts of pointing a laser; and William Lloyd Isham, 34, was charged with interfering with a police officer.