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Poland Paid Andy Ngo a Pittance for Anti-antifa Speech

A Polish cultural center paid right-wing provocateur Andy Ngo 720 euros (roughly $773) in public funds for a speech about the left-wing protest movement antifa in October 2021, according to a contract Hatewatch obtained through a Polish public records request. Ngo spoke at Warsaw’s Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art...
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Mumford & Sons’ Winston Marshall says he ‘lost a lot of friends’ after Andy Ngo tweet led to departure from band

Former Mumford & Sons banjoist Winston Marshall has reflected on the 2021 controversy that prompted him to quit the band after 14 years.The musician left the folk-rock group following a backlash he received in March last year, when he tweeted his admiration for a book by controversial right-wing American journalist Andy Ngo.At the time, Marshall said that while he had experienced abuse as a figure in the public eye before, this was “another level”, and was also affecting his friends and bandmates. Electronic punk duo Sleaford Mods called him a “c***” who supports fascism, while comedian Nish Kumar labelled...
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Who is Dustin Brandon? Andy Ngo calls disabled Portland activist 'wheelchair rioter'

Dustin Brandon Ferreira, Oregon-based activist, has been invovled in civil rights protests since the summer of 2020. His activism has brought him to the attention of Andy Ngo, editor-at-large at the Post Millennial, who is a right-wing journalist. Ngo had once referred to Brandon as “belligerent wheelchair-bound rioter.” Since then, Brandon says he has been shot at, head-butted, punched, sprayed with mace, doxed, threatened, and had a loaded gun pulled on him.
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Andy Ngô Sued for Allegedly Snatching Reporters’ Videos

Right-wing provocateur Andy Ngô has been sued in federal court by two Portland-based photojournalists, alleging he violated copyright law. In the lawsuit, filed Dec. 8 in the Oregon U.S. District Court, Grace Morgan, 33, and Melissa Lewis, 31, allege Ngô has profited from repeatedly snatching and reposting the original, firsthand videos they shot while covering leftist protests and civil unrest.
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