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American News Apr 20, 2022 11:35 PM EST

Portland medical assistant advocates for violence, far-left domestic terrorism

"I want everyone in the white house to burn, if i’m being completely honest," Danielle Salinas wrote on Twitter.

Portland medical assistant advocates for violence, far-left domestic terrorism
Nick Monroe Cleveland, Ohio

A medical assistant at Oregon Health & Science University, a Portland hospital and medical university, has been revealed to hold violent extremist views and has a history of racist Twitter posts and calls for violence.

In screenshots of Danielle Salinas' now locked down Twitter account, obtained by The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo, Salinas is seen calling for the "extinction" of white people.

In the initial round of screenshots Ngo cited, Salinas also complained about being stuck "with a bunch of white people" on a form of public transportation during the recent news about mask mandates being rescinded.

Danielle Salinas wrote that Andy Ngo should have been hit with concrete. He was hospitalized at OHSU
Danielle Salinas posts photos of herself lounging at the pool and wearing designer clothes while also admiring totalitarian communism

Beyond that, Ngo points out how Salinas has said "calling white people 'cracker' is good."

Danielle Salinas is married to communist activist Sean Jemison

Another round of screenshots shows how Salinas wanted "everyone in the white house" to burn, confessed to being a communist in the same post where she admitted calling for Senators' home to be burned, and admitted to misleading border agents about a trip to Cuba.

Danielle Salinas approved of what happened to Ngo, and she works at the same hospital he was treated at following the Antifa attack against him in the Summer of 2019, OHSU family practice, South Waterfront.

Danielle Salinas works as a medical assistant at Portland hospital OHSU

When it came to the viral ambush against Mr. Ngo, Salinas praised the attackers. She said: "I’m glad that d*mb*ss got his sh*t rocked," "cement would have been good if it were true — because they deserve it," "antifa is good," and "f*ck the portland police."

"Adam Kelly and I, both nearly killed by Antifa on 6-29-19, were treated at @OHSUNews—who employs her," Ngo added.

By Wednesday afternoon, Danielle Salinas made their Twitter account private. They also changed their handle from @noworries_ifnot to @4114114114fff.

Ngo requested a comment from OHSU, saying at that time that "they did not respond and tipped her off to my reporting. She began deleting evidence yesterday."

In a similar episode at the end of March, controversy exploded around Wake Forest University in North Carolina after fourth-year medical student Kychelle Del Rosario made a tweet implying she harmed a patient who made fun of her pronoun pin. The school this week said they found "had no intention to harm the patient" after an investigation, but that she’s being placed on "extended leave."

OHSU responded to a request for comment, saying that Salinas is an employee there, and that "her views are her own; she does not speak on behalf of OHSU."

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