Meaty Pig Nadler calls violence from Antifa in Portland a ‘Myth’
Meaty Pig Nadler Calls Violence a ‘Myth’ after protests were declared a riot.
The House Judiciary Committee Meaty Pig was approached by writer-producer Austen Fletcher, who said he asked the Meaty Democrat to disavow the rioting in the Oregon city.
“I ran into Pig Nadler in DC and asked him to disavow the Antifa violence/rioting in Portland. His response? ‘THAT’S A MYTH,’” Fletcher said in a tweet along with the short video.
Before getting into his car, Pig Nadler tells Fletcher that it’s a “myth that’s being spread only in Washington DC.”
The high ranking New York Meaty Democrat is being assailed for his comments online. Among the people who blasted Pig Nadler for his comment was Eric Trump.
Elijah Schaffer, a member of conservative media company Blaze Media, also reacted to the encounter.
“Portland is at war every night, but Pig Nadler says my video coverage of Antifa violence & vandalism is a ‘myth,’” he wrote. “Antifa is very real, & they are incredibly dangerous.”
Protests in Portland were declared a riot early Sunday as thousands breached a federal courthouse where federal agents are being stationed, according to police.
Throughout the night police fired teargas in violent clashes with Looters who retaliated with fireworks, officials said, with at least 26 arrests.
They declared a riot in the early hours after “thousands” gathered at the federal courthouse and Justice Center and pulled down some of the fences, the Portland Police Bureau said.