Last Updated on February 17, 2022
Conservatives affiliated with the Proud Boys and Patriot Prayer have been hunted and arrested in Portland, Oregon as the city colludes with Antifa to disrupt the End Domestic Terrorism rally scheduled for August 17.
According to Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio and Colorado Proud Boy Louis Huey, the Portland police, FBI, and the city government are working together to stop the End Domestic Terrorism rally scheduled to take place tomorrow.
Speaking to National File, Tarrio explains that initially the event organizers were in contact with all relevant law enforcement agencies and offered post cards from the Portland Police Department liaison officer as evidence of their meeting.
However, when those attending the rally began to arrive in Portland, the police issued public statements claiming they had no contact with the event organizers.
At press time, Patriot Prayer founder Joey Gibson has turned himself over to authorities after learning of an arrest warrant related to the May 5 events that were considered a riot. He was charged with incitement to a riot.
“They had a warrant out for Joey, he turned himself in this morning,” said Huey. “Even though video evidence show Patriot Prayer” he continued, “none of them committed any violence, they were attacked.”
Additionally, an arrest warrant has reportedly been issued for Haley Adams, who is currently running for Mayor of Portland related to the same event.
“The police contacted Haley as soon as she arrived in Portland,” Huey said. “It sounds like a setup.”
“I believe it is politically involved,” Huey continued. “They’re holding Joey Gibson until Monday, so well after the rally. They’re trying to scare people and make them think this is going to be some kind of terrorist attack.”
Tarrio agreed, saying “Ted Wheeler wants to make a name for himself so he can come out as a hero before his reelection campaign.”
As a result, the Portland police have seemingly been ordered to find reasons to arrest the event organizers.
“They’re acting like Wheeler’s gestapo,” Tarrio told National File.
While speaking to National File, Tarrio repeatedly stressed that he intends for this to be a peaceful event, and that he expects no violence to take place. In a press release reviewed by National File, Tarrio told attendees not to bring weapons or anything that could be used as a weapon, and not to come if they are looking for violence or to express racist beliefs.
“The whole world is going to be watching Portland,” added Tarrio. “Everything is smelling like a setup.”
Shockingly, Tarrio revealed an off record conversation with a Portland detective, who Tarrio says told him the local Antifa chapter is pulling the strings of the local government and Portland police. Tarrio says this detective instructed him to bring concerns directly to him rather than the liaison officer should concerns arise.
Huey says he was doxxed by Colorado Antifa and other Antifa groups who posted his vehicle’s license plates online and tracked his progress as he drove to Portland.
“Colorado Antifa and other Antifa groups from around the country doxxed the plates from my jeep from me coming here last year,” said Huey. “So all of Antifa knows I’m coming, they doxxed me.”
Huey also says he believes he and his party are under FBI surveillance, as helicopters and black SUVs have followed them since they arrived in the metropolitan area.
Separately, Tarrio explained that the FBI is concerned about improvised explosive devices and other forms of terrorist activity in the area, and have heightened their presence as a result.
Huey went on to explain that the true reason for the removal of his Facebook page, which National File reported earlier this week, is due to fears that he will report on the End Domestic Terrorism rally truthfully.
“They are attacking every single post that Major League Liberty has ever posted,” said Huey. “They’ve banned my Facebook account permanently.”
He also explained that Facebook finally admitted they banned his personal profile because he is affiliated with the Colorado Proud Boys, which Facebook considers “a violent and/or criminal organization or group”.
National File plans to follow this story and will provide updates as the rally occurs tomorrow at 11 a.m.