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'milkshakes thrown by antifa reportedly made with quick-drying cement, assaulted reporter has 'brain bleed'

'milkshakes thrown by antifa reportedly made with quick-drying cement, assaulted reporter has 'brain bleed'

During what were supposed to be peaceful demonstrations Saturday in Portland, Oregon, by the Proud Boys, apro-free-speech, pro-liberty fraternity compromised of a bevy of minorities, a group of what appeared to be mostly (if not all) white far-left Antifa activists repeatedly attacked a journalist with milkshakes that may have have contained quick-drying cement.

That journalist, Andy Ngo, had shown up at the demonstrations to document the violent behavior of Antifa, a veritable terrorist group whose members have repeatedly sought to silence the Proud Boys and ostracize the free-speech group from the virulently far-left city.

While in the act of observing and recording Antifas behavior Saturday, Ngo was purposefully assaulted and robbed. Prior to the demonstrations Saturday, members of Antifa hadrepeatedly threatened to attack Ngo over his in-depth reporting on left-wing violence/fascism and hate crime hoaxes.

Update to @MrAndyNgo supporters he is being admitted to the hospital overnight as a result of a brain bleed. You sick journalists and other hacks gloating about this should be ashamed. As for the rest, please pray for @MrAndyNgo who we need back in health brave man!?????? https://t.co/XYVy4EbIzv

Update: Physicians and medical staff are monitoring @MrAndyNgo in the hospital tonight & tomorrow and administering tests to monitor his head injuries. He sustained several blows to the head in addition the multiple liquids thrown at him. Well be gathering video of the assaults. https://t.co/XYVy4EbIzv

The attack on Ngo,a renowned journalist whose immigrant parents escaped a South Vietnamese labor camp and fled to the United States in 1978, has tugged on the heartstrings of a large swath of conservative and even some liberal notables throughout the country.

Even CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter, whose colleagues have previously defended Antifas violence and fascism, was compelled to remark on the attack, though for reasons that remain unclear, he stopped short of recognizing Ngo as a bonafide journalist:

Among those bothered by the attack on Ngo wasnationally syndicated columnist and political commentator Michelle Malkin. A fervent opponent of left-wing fascism, Malkin responded to the attack by launching a GoFundMe page for her journalist friend.

Andy has been singled out, doxxed, and targeted by SJW thugs while police stand by and do nothing. Please help raise money for his security and medical needs, and to help him replace his stolen equipment.

Despite the severity of the attack, its unfortunately also attracted mockery and derision from a stunning number of blue check mark leftists whove downplayed the attack and suggested that Ngo deserved it for being,as Malkin put it, one of the intrepid journalists doing the job no one else will do.

Andy Ngo, who is one of the leading amplifiers of Islamophobia in US, and who was participated in white supremacist instigated violence, was beaten up by Antifa in Portland today. https://t.co/H8qnqZsapy

Andy Ngo deserves to be milkshaked, hit with silly string, and honestly much more, however, its also exactly what he wants because he knows he can turn the small act of getting milk in his hair into massive donations and sympathy for his fascist cause.

After relentlessly baiting and harassing antifa, far-right provocateur Andy Ngo finally got his wish of being milkshaked. Far-right simpletons like Tim Pool will milk this victim story for the next week at least. pic.twitter.com/7thyQ4wESk

What remains unclear is whether folks like CNNs Stelter, who purports to care deeply about the plight of journalists and has previously used his weekday newsletter to criticize the Trump administration for its alleged attacks on journalists, will take the time to cover both Ngos attack and the disturbing response by his, Stelters, blue-check-mark leftist peers with the same depth that Ngo himself has practiced in his own intrepid reporting.

concrete milkshake hoax: police criticized for spreading antifa rumor

concrete milkshake hoax: police criticized for spreading antifa rumor

Chaos and violence at times broke out during the demonstrations of rival factions of political extremists affiliated with the Proud Boys and HimToo movement on one side and antifa counter-protesters on the other. Several assaults were reported, including that of journalist Andy Ngo; videos of the incidents were shared widely on social media.

Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police. Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) June 29, 2019

Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police.

Milkshaking refers to the trend of dumping the beverages on far-right politicians and figureheads. Originally started by the British, the fad has recently crossed the Atlantic Ocean. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) is the first American politician who was reportedly milkshakedthough its probably more accurate to say that he was slushied. The phenomenon is frequently cited by conservatives attempting to paint the left as violent and unruly.

Predictably, the far-right jumped on the story of antifa hurling concrete milkshakes in Portland, with some claiming that people had actually been hit. One person referred to them as Molotov milkshakes with Quicklime. This doesnt actually make sense. Molotov cocktails are explosive; Quicklime is used for making cement.

This HuffPost writer @letsgomathias deleted this tweet celebrating Antifas milkshaking of a journalist. The milkshakes were lined with quicklime/quick dry concrete mix and produce chemical burns, in addition to being heavy. pic.twitter.com/orQi1ikruv Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 30, 2019

This HuffPost writer @letsgomathias deleted this tweet celebrating Antifas milkshaking of a journalist. The milkshakes were lined with quicklime/quick dry concrete mix and produce chemical burns, in addition to being heavy. pic.twitter.com/orQi1ikruv

While it is true that some milkshakes were thrown during the protests, there is no evidence that there was anything but frozen nondairy delights in those cups, nor has anyone claimed to have been hit with a cement milkshake.

The whole "concrete milkshake" fiasco is a good reminder that for leftists, there is no "correct" way to protest. People will just invent laughable bullshit, the cops will eagerly amplify it, and suddenly the national news is as full of shit as a forwarded chain email pic.twitter.com/KfXyaQP5r5 Adam Foltzer (@acfoltzer) June 30, 2019

The whole "concrete milkshake" fiasco is a good reminder that for leftists, there is no "correct" way to protest. People will just invent laughable bullshit, the cops will eagerly amplify it, and suddenly the national news is as full of shit as a forwarded chain email pic.twitter.com/KfXyaQP5r5

The department further conceded that the only other piece of evidence was an anonymous email it received after it tweeted the warning. That email included a recipe for making the shakes with the following ingredients: Soymilk, Quick Rete Cement Mix and Other Chemical Additives to cause long term injury and burns, and concluded by saying, We hope the piggy officers and proud boys enjoyed the shake back!

Many were suspicious of this emails origins, pointing out that it would be illogical to use pricey soy milk to make a milkshake weapon, and opining that it probably either came from a fellow officer or a far-right extremist.

PPD has been heavily criticized for spreading the rumor now widely believed to be false. As recently as this morning, even its tweetscompletely unrelated to milkshakes or Saturdays protests have been thoroughly dragged. Watch out for milkshakes laced with fast drying cement! is a typical comment.

There was, with absolute certainty, nothing in those milkshakes but plain coconut bliss and cashew milk, lovingly blended at a clean commercial kitchen a few blocks from the park by sweet volunteers, and then brought into the park in food safe buckets to be distributed for free to attendees, they told the Dot.

Claire Goforth is an award winning journalist covering politics and justice from her home base in Jacksonville, Florida. Her work has appeared in publications ranging from regional alt-weeklies to the Guardian.

protestors in portland threw milkshakes containing quick-drying cement

protestors in portland threw milkshakes containing quick-drying cement

The Portland Police tweeted Saturday night that they had received reports that "some of the milkshakes thrown" during demonstrations from far-left and far-right groups in downtown Portland "contained quick-drying cement," and encouraged anyone "hit with a substance" to report it.

Fighting between demonstrators and counter-protestors broke out in Portland on Saturday between members of far-right group the Proud Boys and far-left anti-fascist group Rose City Antifa. Another conservative demonstration taking place was organized on behalf of the "HimToo" movement.

Police did not clarify whether milkshakes were thrown by any specific group or toward any specific target, but The Oregonian reported that some protestors whose affiliation is unclear threw eggs and milkshakes at police officers, and both police and protestors deployed pepper spray.

"Quick-drying cement" likely refers to a concrete mixture with a higher ratio of cement to gravel and water, so that the concrete sets faster (in about 20 to 40 minutes), as opposed to regular concrete, which takes 24 to 48 hours to dry.

Currently, there is no evidence to substantiate the claim of concrete or cement found in any milkshakes. Shane Burley, an author present at the demonstrations who watched the milkshake preparation, tweeted he did not see cement or concrete being mixed into the milkshakes.

Fast-setting concrete mix can be bought in stores inexpensively and just requires water. It is unclear whether a concrete mixture was left to harden and then added to milkshake mixtures, or whether a powder itself was found in milkshakes. Portland police did not respond immediately to clarify.

Andy Ngo, an editor of the conservative online magazine Quillette, tweeted that he was attacked by members of antifa while recording the demonstrations. Video captured of the incident shows masked members hitting Ngo, shooting silly string at him, cracking eggs over his head, and throwing cups at him as he walks away.

Portland Police declared a civil disturbance and unlawful assembly just hours after the protests began around noon on Saturday. The Oregonian reported that three people were arrested for charges including second-degree assault, assault of a police officer, second-degree disorderly conduct, and harassment. Medics treated eight people for injuries, including three police officers and Ngo.

Several high-profile journalists and online commentators denounced the violence toward Ngo, including CNN anchor Jake Tapper, who tweeted that antifa regularly attacks journalists. Ngo has been criticized for targeting vulnerable people, including journalists, and organizations, and leaving them susceptible to threats of violence.

portland police: 'milkshakes' thrown by antifa at reporter andy ngo reportedly made with quick-drying cement

portland police: 'milkshakes' thrown by antifa at reporter andy ngo reportedly made with quick-drying cement

Portland, Oregon police posted a warning to Twitter Saturday evening that milkshakes thrown during the violent Antifa protests contained quick-drying cement. Police officers, Quillette journalist Andy Ngo and others were hit with milkshakes. Commenters online noted the high alkaline content of the moistened quick-drying cement would cause chemical burns when it hit exposed skin.

Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police.

Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police.

Quick-drying cement can have a pH above 12, so it is fairly strongly alkaline. If a substance has a pH above 11.5, it can cause serious and permanent injury to the eyes in a short time, to say nothing of the damage it can do to other tissues. The assault on @MrAndyNgo is serious.

Cement can cause caustic injury, resulting in chemical burns of any part of the body it comes in contact with skin and eyes, mouth and throat if swallowed, and lungs if cement powder is inhaled. Cement is largely made up of calcium oxide. When it reacts with water, it produces highly alkaline (high pH) calcium hydroxide that can reach a pH of 12 or higher within a couple of minutes. This is why dry cement is less caustic than wet cement. Remember that the pH tells us how acidic or alkaline a solution is on a scale of 0 (most acidic) to 14 (most alkaline), with a neutral pH being about 7. So, because the pH of wet cement is so high, it can cause burns.

Some of the worst outcomes occur when cement gets into or seeps through boots, gloves, or clothing. By the time the person is aware of this, significant burns to the skin could have already occurred. The longer the cement stays on the skin, the more damaging the burn can be. Even after washing the cement off, the alkaline burn usually gets worse before it gets better. In severe cases of cement burn of the skin, the burn can extend deeper into tissues beneath the skin to damage muscle and even bone.

Swallowing cement can cause burns of the lips, mouth, throat, and stomach. Initial signs can include drooling, difficulty swallowing, or vomiting. In some cases, cement can harden in the gastrointestinal tract and cause obstruction. Inhaling cement dust can cause coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing

UPDATE: @MrAndyNgo has suffered multiple injuries to his face and neck and has a torn earlobe. The milkshakes apparently contained quick-drying cement. Hes in the hospital w/ a friend. Journalist @michellemalkin set up a GoFundMe. Suspects still at large.

UPDATE: @MrAndyNgo has suffered multiple injuries to his face and neck and has a torn earlobe. The milkshakes apparently contained quick-drying cement. He's in the hospital w/ a friend. Journalist @michellemalkin set up a GoFundMe. Suspects still at largehttps://t.co/lKWcaVAEnP

I managed to get this picture of one of Andy's milkshake attackers right after. I don't know if there is anything to there being quick dry concrete in the shakes but it wouldn't surprise me. Andy had done nothing. Said nothing. @MrAndyNgo @michellemalkin @clairlemon pic.twitter.com/sWrxf24op9

did milkshakes thrown in portland protests contain cement?

did milkshakes thrown in portland protests contain cement?

Amid clashes between right-wing demonstrators and anti-fascist counter-protesters on June 29, 2019, Portland police issued a troubling tweet stating that they had received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement:

Police have received information that some of the milkshakes thrown today during the demonstration contained quick-drying cement. We are encouraging anyone hit with a substance today to report it to police.

The tweets substance was a bit of salacious information that spread far and wide, playing off a trend begun in the U.K. of tossing milkshake drinks at far-right politicians. Multiple news outlets took the word of police at face value and ran with the story, even though no evidence was provided to support it.

We sent the Portland Police Bureau a request for comment, to which Lt. Tina Jones stated that she was unable to provide comment about ongoing investigations. Jones did not reply to our follow-up questions for further information and an interview.

However, Portland city officials admitted in a July 1, 2019, phone call with reporters that the evidence for the statement made in the tweet was based solely on an observation of a police lieutenant in the field that day who, according to the Portland Mercury, saw a powdery substance that appeared to cause some irritation [when in contact with skin]. The lieutenant also said the milkshake smelled similar to wet concrete, a smell they were familiar with from having worked with concrete before.'

They put targets on our backs, said Popular Mobilization spokeswoman Effie Baum, who asserted that activists didnt add cement or any other non-food ingredient to the drinks and were flabbergasted at how the rumor spread online. Baum said the group has been receiving a bevy of threats as a result of the tweet:

At first we were like, are you kidding me, this is completely ridiculous,' Baum told us. Watching it unfold in real time it started with police saying there might have been cement milkshakes to some people saying there was acid. Then it became, the milkshakes were solid cement. It just went completely off the rails very quickly.

Alex Zielinkski, news editor for the Portland Mercury, told us the claim that any of the milkshakes contained cement appeared to be nothing more than a likely hoax. She arrived early to see PopMob activists distributing milkshakes to friends and supporters, who then drank them.

There was nothing I saw that gave me any suspicion that it was anything other than a milkshake, Zielinski told us. PopMob activists were serving the pre-made drinks out of large containers and pouring them into 12-ounce coffee cups, then distributing them. It didnt raise any red flags.

Zielinski added that no response from the police or any other city department that day indicated a foreign substance was being added to drinks being distributed en masse to counter-demonstrators. She said she saw at least two people toss the liquid from their cups at rivals, but didnt notice anything that raised alarm about the substance.

The misinformation was perpetuated by national media outlets that dont have the kind of resources on the ground in Portland to understand the nuance or the basic facts. I know every local reporter in the country has that frustration, Zielinski told us. Theres only so much you can do to stop that.

The police departments tweet was sharply criticized by academic observers, including former FBI agent and New York University professor Michael German, who told Williamette Week it played into the hands of the far-right provocateurs who have been trying to present a resistance to their activities as more dangerous than they are.

Stanislav Vysotsky, an assistant professor of sociology and criminology at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, told us a long history of animosity exists between Portland police and left-wing activists, and the cement milkshake affair did little towards ameliorating that.

[The police departments] public actions have been that they are willing to mobilize against anti-fascists in a way that they arent against the right, Vysotsky told us. Its been interesting to see that despite the criticism theyve received, there hasnt really been any proactive attempt to address that. I understand its complicated, but doing things like putting out a patently false claim about cement milkshakes doesnt help to bridge the chasm. It only helps to build that distrust, to build that kind of tension.

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