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Antifa Woman Tries to Fight Patriot Prayer Men – Gets Knocked Unconscious (Video)

The Antifa woman who got knocked out cold at May Day PDX is Heather Clark.

She is the person who tried to shut down the James Damore Portland State panel last year by sabotaging & damaging the sound equipment.

Leftists commenters on social media expressed their outrage this week after conservative journalist Andy Ngo named an antifa member who was seen in a video being knocked unconscious after a confrontation with members of far-right group Patriot Prayer.

The woman was apparently involved in events related to May Day, an event in which protesters took to the streets of Portland to rally for the rights of marginalized groups.

According to Ngo, the woman, Heather Clark, is a “local activist who has been in media for violently sabotaging an event on PSU campus.”

Watch the moment below:

In a statement, Portland police characterized May Day events as peaceful and said no arrests were made.

“We asked participants to peacefully and safely demonstrate and they did,” said Portland chief of police Danielle Outlaw. “Those involved demonstrated the ability to exercise their rights in a peaceful manner, which we appreciate. Thanks to all those involved in the planning and collaboration on the law enforcement and partner side to make this a successful day.”

However, The Oregonian reported that Antifa activists clashed with far-right protesters Wednesday evening at a Portland bar. The brawl was captured on video by freelance journalist Mike Bivins. Bivins also captured footage, purportedly from the May Day protests, of Clark being knocked unconscious.

The mainstream media again failed to report a huge story!

If conservatives attacked the liberal group and tried to beat them I wonder how would the mainstream media react!

Editor’s Note: This particular story was popular at the time it originally made the news and is circulating again a second time for the important and applicable message that’s relevant today.