I don't have the interest in making multi-post responses where I quote every single one of your sentences going all the way back to the beginning and respond with a paragraph to each. It is a waste of everyone's time, especially mine.
My first post was about random passersby being attacked and the narrative around Antifa. I was going back and forth briefly with Ika in response to that. And then you came in.
Antifa has reasons for attacking people. I refuse to give them a pass to do so, regardless of what justifications people want to point to. If Andy Ngo has broken the law, then he can be taken to court. Vigilante justice, in our fractured society, cannot be tolerated for reasons that should be obvious.
The boomer narrative of Antifa being terrorist boogeymen would be really easy for them to dispel - by simply not attacking random passersby and terrorizing unaffiliated individuals. However, the Antifa MO of abusing anonymity to get away with breaking the law in broad daylight means that ain't ever going to happen. Portland would do well to pass mask laws; there are reasons these exist. I support Antifa's right to assembly and counterprotest, but that is all. The second they lay a finger on someone, for any reason other than legitimate self defense, they have crossed the line. This includes milkshakes.
If Patriot Prayer is as bad as you say, then it should be relatively easy to deal with them as they dig their own graves. Everyone has a camera in their pocket. The notion that they can break the law with impunity, in a community that openly hates them, seems really hard for me to believe.
It is practically impossible to find impartial news.