Motorcycle Monday: Antifa Declares War On Oregon Motorcycle Clubs

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This won't end well...
As early as Saturday, July 16, members of Antifa kept their vows to try to disrupt a gathering at the HonkyTonk Bar in Salem, Oregon. The result of the far left group's actions is what some predict will be a war between them and several motorcycle clubs across Oregon. If this sounds like a confrontation you should steer clear of, you are not alone. What happens next could be ugly.
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Initially, Antifa groups began rallying members and supporters to take part in a "counter-demonstration" for the "Take Action Tour" event held at the HonkyTonk Bar. They characterized the venue's gathering as "racist," targeting both "fascists" and "white supremacists." This event was marketed by the bar as "Hero Appreciation Day" complete with a dunk tank, bike show, food contest, live music, bouncy castle, family-friendly karaoke, free hot dogs, etc.
When Antifa emerged in the Black Bloc, their numbers were very small. Despite this, they used a megaphone to draw attention to the gathering across from the bar. Eventually, several patrons made their way to confront the protesters. Quarrels turned into shoves, mace used by an Antifa member, then the group withdrew from the establishment entirely. Taking on biker clubs doesn't usually end well for the opposing party as they fight back, unlike moms riding their kids around downtown Portland or Christian parents having a cause at a park what Antifa is , who showed up, learned quickly.
According to multiple Twitter posts by account journalist Andy Ngo says they are Antifa members, the group that faced them was the Free Souls Motorcycle Club. The one-percent motorcycle club may not have the well-known brand name of the Hells Angels, but its roots run deep. Founded in Eugene, Oregon in 1968, there is considerable controversy over the details of its founding, history, and goals today. Regardless, Antifa appears poised to take on other Oregon one-percent motorcycle clubs, promising a confrontation unlike any they've seen before.
White Rose of the Willamette Valley used its Twitter account to complain after Salem police failed to protect their Antifa colleagues during the confrontation. It said Free Souls and "other uniformed security forces" both "attacked and injured community members who were peacefully protesting" without providing details or other evidence. Unlawfully, whatever on Twitter claimed "one of us" was hospitalized for the fight and retweeted another person who claimed "Salem police literally backed down" when the Free Souls came out to get them to confront. Another Antifa account proceeded to punish several people involved in the confrontation, tagging their alleged employers and posting other personal information.
It's not that Antifa is unfamiliar with physical confrontation. Per Andy Ngo, one of the organizers of the HonkyTonk Bar demonstration, was arrested in 2021 after allegedly hitting a female police officer. Ngo the week before urged another attendee to plead guilty to causing over $164,000 in damages to a courthouse.
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