WATCH: Man sucker punched for carrying American flag, another has teeth knocked out by far-left extremists

What started out as a peaceful protest in Portland on Saturday quickly devolved into a violent riot that saw brutality by far-left extremists.


What started out as a peaceful protest in Portland on Saturday quickly devolved into a violent riot that saw a man holding an American flag get sucker punched and then dragged off and beaten by far-left extremists.

The young man who sucker punched the older man holding an American flag can be heard saying, “We’re done with people like you.” It was only after this that the man was dragged into a crowd of Antifa members, who then started beating the man.

The Portland Police did not make any attempt to stop the mob, and did not make any arrests against those involved in the incident.

And the situation only escalated from there, where another man tried to help the man holding the American flag, and as a result had his teeth literally knocked out. He was then kicked in the back of his head once he was already down on the ground.

Tim Poole took to Twitter to say that the punt to the head may be grounds for an attempted murder charge.

Photos clearly show the faces of the two men who attempted to seriously harm the man.

These photos of the perpetrators should be enough for the Portland Police to capture them and bring them into custody, but the authorities have not yet commented on the issue despite having gone viral on social media.

Andy Ngo contributed to the compiling of this report.


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