Leftist activist and The Weekly List podcaster Amy Siskind called for the doxxing of federal agents making arrests in Portland and their family members on Friday.
"It would be helpful if we could start to identify these storm troopers. This monster has a mother. Maybe a wife and family. They should be publicly named - and of course held accountable when this reign of terror is over," Siskind tweeted, calling the city's state of affairs "Trump's America."
Siskind has been criticizing the lawful arrests of violent Antifa militants and instigators amid the Portland riots.
The woman shown being arrested in the photograph is Haley Juliane Holden, who was charged by federal authorities the day before, The Post Millennial's editor-at-large Andy Ngo reported.
Holden was part of the rioting mob that rushed past the broken barrier towards the Hatfield federal courthouse. She then screamed and resisted arrest.
Meanwhile, Siskind is calling federal law enforcement officials fascist "mercenaries," foreign occupiers.
"You're a disgrace! Get the mercenaries out of our cities. We're not here for your fascism. You will be held accountable when this is over - and 'I was taking orders" is not an excuse!'" Siskind tweeted.
She went on to compare the federal agents to Nazi Germany's Gestapo, claiming that American officers will face similar Nuremberg trials.
The Post Millennial's Ian Miles Cheong called out Siskind, warning that an open call to doxxing will endanger the lives of police officers and federal law enforcement, "who are tasked to handling dangerous narcoterrorists on the US southern border."
He described Siskind's violent threat "absolutely dangerous advice" that harms U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection families, "not just from Antifa militants (who have been known to stalk and murder) but also drug cartels."