Journalist Jake Beaird, also known as Behind Enemy Lines, was assaulted and harassed by Antifa in Portland.
Beaird was covering a group of right-wingers that were protesting in support of the release of Alan Swinney from jail. Swinney was arrested for pointing a revolver at Antifa protestors back in September.
While covering the event, known Antifa activist Dustin Ferreira approached Beaird, who was livestreaming the event. Ferreira’s approachment resulted in the other Antifa activists to surround the group Beaird was with.
Beaird was shoved by the Antifa rioters, which resulted in him eventually retreating. Antifa followed him, eventually catching up with him in a parking garage where Beaird got into a car. When Beaird got into the car, Antifa rioters broke the windows of the car.
Antifa proceeded to block the exits to the garage with dumpsters and attempted to light them on fire. Eventually, the police showed up, dispersed the crowd, then removed the dumpsters.