The conservative op-ed website Quillette announced Monday night that controversial right-wing writer Andy Ngo is leaving his job as an editor at the site, an announcement that comes on the same day that a Portland newspaper published a story revealing that Ngo witnessed a far-right group planning violence but never reported it.
The Portland article is fairly long, but also a good read. It is about an anonymous(for now) person who infiltrated one of the more aggressive Right-wring groups that have been causing trouble in Oregon.
Long story short "Ben" acted as a spy. He recorded many things, and warned people about on going activities.
Including conversations between the "Patriot Prayer" and Andy Ngo.
For example: "Ben says Ngo doesn’t film Patriot Prayer protesters discussing strategies or motives. He only turns his camera on when members of antifa enter the scene. “There’s an understanding,” he says, “that Patriot Prayer protects him and he protects them.” "
After this article came out Andy Ngo changed his "twitter profile" while at the same time the website Quillette dropped him from website.
"Quillette editor-in-chief Claire Lehmann insisted in emails to The Daily Beast that Ngo’s exit had nothing to do with the Portland Mercury story or the undercover footage that began to circulate on Twitter last week, saying instead that Ngo left the site weeks earlier but that the move was only made public on Monday. "
Although they offered no reason for the amazing coincidence that it just happened to be announced the same day a damning article came out.
-- I remembered Ngo being discussed in some political thread. And instead of dragging it up I decided to paste it here. People claiming he is a journalist, instead he was a right-wing coward looking only to stir shit up.
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