Video proves "Portland Moms" are not even mostly moms and it is fake used by Antifa for media coverage
Black Lives Matter activists and Antifa morons are on nearly every news channel and it’s useful for them to keep the American people deceived with the positive news about them.
At least it worked well with so called “Portland Moms.”
A thick “Wall of moms” has almost become one of the sagnificant signs of Portland protests since the previous Tuesday. A group of people wearing yellow T-shirts, gas masks and bike-like helmets were spotted chanting “Don’t shoot your mother” outside the Oregon Federal courthouse.
Courage is not the absence of fear but the overcoming of it. “Feds stay clear! Moms are here!” They are calling themselves Momtifa.pic.twitter.com/epI6VqFOPM— Ben Phillips (@benphillips76) July 19, 2020
The Homeland Security agents in tactical gear used batons to push back the moms. Dozens were tear-gassed. Some were hit with less-lethal bullets fired into the crowd.
And no doubt there were real mothers among the crowd, like 37-year-old Jennifer Kristiansen, mother and attorney, who was assaulted by the officer who arrested her, but not so many know that the “Wall of moms” is a total fake in the whole.
Known investigative journalist Andy Ngo who was on the field of the protests said he recognized and identified many Antifa members among the women in yellow. Most of them are not even mothers. They just put on the yellow T-hirts and take part in riots like other protestors.
I recognize a lot of the so-called “moms” as the same antifa women who dressed in black as recent as a couple days ago. They just put on a yellow shirt now for optics. Most of these people aren’t mothers & many don’t even identify as female. #PortlandRiots pic.twitter.com/UPffcao0fv— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) July 22, 2020
There are some videos show the "moms" tear down the fence surrounding the courthouse.
But some real moms are just stupid so they can bring a baby to the protests to, as they say, witness the "history in the making." And then this less than one-year-old will choke in the tear gas. This is a smart move for a good mother.
There are a few kids here, but this is the tiniest one I’ve seen. Sabbath is 6 months old. Her parents were worried about bringing her, they said, bc of all the tear gas. But they said they wanted her to witness history in the making & teach her to show up for what’s right. #PDX pic.twitter.com/U3aqpj6rGn— Marissa J. Lang (@Marissa_Jae) July 25, 2020