Last updated on November 3, 2019
Controversial Portland-based journalist Andy Ngo shared to Twitter a video of a group of six knocking on his family’s home’s door in masks Friday. While some would assume it was for Halloween, that wasn’t the case. No bags were in-hand and their masks were cut-outs of Ngo’s face. It was pretty clear; they weren’t there for candy.
These 6 individuals wearing print-out masks of my face approached my family's home last night, repeatedly rang doorbell, pounded on window, recorded footage of property & gestured at cameras. There were no candy bags. This follows their doxing of my elderly mom's small business. pic.twitter.com/dH8qn1YS85
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 1, 2019
The six were caught on a home security system at Ngo’s family’s home. According to The Post Millennial, of which he’s an editor-at-large for, the video was shortened down from “several minutes” and is only the latest of Antifa threatening his or his family’s wellbeing.
“This is the latest addition to a long list of Antifa-related individuals doxing, threatening, and promising to hurt or kill me or my family.”
Ngo is a conservative journalist who commonly reports on the hostility that Antifa, a perceived antifascist group, has toward others. He’s had run-ins with them in the past that turned violent. Earlier this year, he was assaulted by a group of Antifa members who beat him and milkshaked him, allegedly, giving him a brain hemorrhage.
I was beaten on the head & robbed on 29 June. Antifa then continued to hurl "milkshakes" at my bleeding face. I was hospitalized with a brain hemorrhage. There still hasn't been a single arrest by @PortlandPolice. Help me seek justice; join my legal fund: https://t.co/QtCt7A6zJp pic.twitter.com/sis8pFo3lf
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) August 10, 2019
The far-left has openly shown a desire to deplatform him over his beliefs. He’s even been doxxed, the act of sharing personal information such as a home address, non-public phone numbers, etc.