Antifa shocker: Thug faces felony charges for Trump-supporter attack

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This week a grand jury in Oregon delivered a four-count indictment against a local Antifa-affiliated thug over his violent behavior at an anti-terrorism rally that was held last month.

“The indictment charges Alexander Dial, 37, with one count of felony riot, one count of second-degree assault, one count of second-degree unlawful use of an electrical stun gun, tear gas or mace, and one count of fourth-degree assault,” Portland station KGW reported Tuesday.

“The indictment states that Dial ‘intentionally and knowingly’ participated with five or more people to engage in ‘tumultuous and violent conduct’ and that he ‘used a dangerous weapon to cause physical injury to another person.’ It also accuses him of ‘recklessly [discharging] an electrical stun gun.'”

During an “End Domestic Terrorism“-themed rally last month by the Proud Boys, Dial and his partners were caught on camera assaulting members of the pro-free-speech fraternity with hammers and other weapons as they exited a bus.

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They were also seen macing and beating up a middle-aged man, chasing and harassing a young girl and maligning a black Christian as an “Uncle Tom.”

Dial was reportedly among a slew of Antifa-affiliated thugs who were arrested on the day of the rally. All of them were reportedly hit with a one-count indictment of felony riot at the time.

According to independent journalist and Portland native Andy Ngo, Dial is known by his fans and supporters by the nickname “BETA CUCK 4 LYFE.” These same supporters are responsible for a GoFundMe page that’s raised $15,000 for the thug’s “legal defense fund.”

The page falsely describes Dial as a mere “protestor who was defending Portland, Oregon along with a large group of local citizens against SPLC-designated hate groups who had invaded the downtown area without permits in order to spread their rhetoric of intolerance.”

“Unfortunately, the Portland Police arrested Alexander during this demonstration and have chosen to criminally prosecute him. These are serious charges and he needs your help now!”

Fact-check: FALSE.

First, the SPLC is a discredited left-wing propaganda group that has a history of smearing Christian conservatives and that’s been described by its own staffers as being a “highly profitable scam.”

The Proud Boys, meanwhile, is a pro-free-speech, pro-liberty fraternity that’s led by Enrique Tarrio, a Cuban immigrant who was raised in Miami’s Little Havana, but that’s faced constant smears from the SPLC and the media over its promotion of speech and liberty.

“I’m a person of color,” he said during a heated interview with a CNN reporter following the rally last month. “I’m Cuban, right. My family, two of my family members got killed in Castro’s regimen. It’s a difference of opinion of whether it’s people of color, white people, it’s always about race. Today, our message wasn’t about race. It’s never been about race.”

He added, “When you join our ranks, we don’t ask you what race you are, what religion you are. We just accept you for who you are.”

He made the remarks after the white reporter accused the Proud Boys of terrorizing “people of color.”

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Source: CNN

Because of smears by the SPLC and the media — both of which have aligned themselves with Antifa — Tarrio’s bank account was reportedly shuttered this past spring. He’s also reportedly been booted from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Airbnb, FirstData, Square, Stripe and PayPal.

It’s unclear whether Dial has faced any similar consequences of his actions. What’s known is that when you type Tarrio’s name into Google, hundreds of smear pieces pop up. Whereas when you type Dial’s name into the search engine, you encounter a dearth of mainstream media reporting.

It’s unclear why the media are more concerned about a pro-free-speech person of color versus an Antifa-affiliated thug who’s been caught on camera assaulting people.

It’s also unknown why the media have sought to also smear Ngo, a nonpartisan journalist who suffered a brain hemorrhage after he himself was attacked by Antifa-affiliated thugs at another event in Portland three months ago.

Yet just this week Rolling Stone magazine ran a piece smearing him as a “right-wing troll.” As noted by the Twitter user below, not once has the far-left magazine ever ran a piece critical of Antifa and other veritable far-left terrorist groups:

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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