Portland, Oregon, prosecutors announced last week that they are charging nearly a dozen suspected members of Antifa with crimes related to a nearly year-long campaign of violence in the city’s downtown — but the charges stem from the group’s attack on a Democratic party headquarters the night of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, not the earlier, more destructive riots.
“On Thursday, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office announced charges against 10 suspects following several grand jury indictments,” the New York Post reported.
Three of those charged were allegedly part of a “black-clad mob” that attacked the Multnomah County Democrats’ downtown office on election day as part of a “direct action” effort per the New York Post. Another six were charged with crimes related to an attack on the Democratic Party of Oregon’s office on President Joe Biden’s Inauguration Day.
“Holding a banner featuring a Kalashnikov rifle that read, ‘We don’t want Biden — We want revenge,’ the group of Antifa marched to the