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September 27, 2023
Andy Ngo discusses Trudeau Nazi scandal, Ukrainian propaganda and MeToo on TimCast IRL

Left-wing disinfo is dangerous and few are trying to stop it. It inspires people to take to the streets in support of political violence, and sometimes to arm themselves and maim or kill political targets. Watch highlights from my Sept. 25, 2023 TimCast IRL appearance.

September 16, 2023
Irish Lesbian angers trans activists with speech declaring: 'Lesbians don't like d—k'

On Sept. 16, 2023, I interviewed Annaig Birdy, a lesbian activist who spoke at the “Let Women Speak” rally in Dublin, Ireland. The women’s rights protest was countered by a large group of Trantifa, Antifa and communist activists who accused the women of being “fascists.” Birdy is one of the co-founders of Not All Gays, an Irish LGB group.

Irish lawmakers are currently pushing through hate speech legislation that could criminalize criticism of transgenderism. The proposed law would also make it an offense to possess private material that could “incite hatred,” even if it is not published or shared.

September 13, 2023
BLM protests target London hair weave shop after video of alleged theft goes viral

BLM-style racial unrest sparked in Peckham, London after a black woman accused of stealing in a hair weave shop was physically accosted by the South Asian store owner on Sept. 11, 2023 as she tried leaving. Activists blame the incident on white supremacy, immigrant-owned businesses in black areas and systemic racism. The woman was arrested on suspicion of assault, angering protesters.

A direct action was held outside the shuttered store on Sept. 13 that shut down traffic. Protesters plastered signs all over the business, including one that read: “Parasitic merchants out of our community.” Protesters chanted: “You touch one [black person], you touch all!” Peckham is a racially diverse area of London with a black majority population. I visited the area and saw a large group of people standing outside the store. They said they will continue to protest the business and do not want it to operate in the community anymore.

October 07, 2021
Antifa tries to get Andy Ngo fired

On 7 Oct., 2021, Andy Ngo spoke with Portland radio host Lars Larsen about the latest far-left attempts to de-flatform and cancel him.

Antifa tries to get Andy Ngo fired
October 05, 2021
The American Story Podcast: Andy Ngo

Andy Ngo was chronicled on the 5 Oct., 2021, episode of the American Story podcast hosted by Christopher Flannery, a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute. Subscribe to the podcast here:

The American Story Podcast: Andy Ngo
July 10, 2021
Podcast: The Armed Wing of Political Correctness ft. Brendan O'Neill

I am uploading my podcast episodes here after SoundCloud banned (then unbanned) me. Many of you may not have heard my 2019–20 podcast episodes from "Things You Should Ngo." Here is my interview with Brendan O'Neill about the weaponization of political correctness. It was first uploaded in September 2019.

Podcast: The Armed Wing of Political Correctness ft. Brendan O'Neill
September 26, 2023
'Terrorism in Virginia': Andy Ngo speech almost shut down by Antifa

Watch my Sept. 22, 2023 live talk in Richmond, Va. that Antifa desperately tried to shut down. Two venues canceled before the event was able to finally proceed in a secret location in Henrico County, Va. I spoke about how far-left violent extremists in Virginia have carried out campaigns of violence to terrorize the public into submission and to destroy history with impunity.

August 21, 2023
Breaking: Judge rules against defaulted Antifa defendants in Andy Ngo lawsuit

BREAKING: At a hearing today regarding three defaulted Antifa defendants in my Ngo v. Rose City Antifa, et al. lawsuit, the court heard evidence about the brutal June 29, 2019 beating I suffered at a Rose City Antifa event where I was seriously injured. The court found that I was indeed battered and assaulted by Madison "Denny" Lee Allen, Katherine "Corbyn" Belyea and Sammich Overkill Schott-Deputy (formerly Joseph Christian Evans). The court awarded me $300,000—to be split equally among these three attackers.

Today's victory is a small vindication for the disappointing jury verdict earlier this month at trial. Collecting on these judgments will pose serious challenges; however, I’m deeply grateful for the support of the Center for American Liberty and my counsel Dorothy Yamamoto, Gregory Michael, Harmeet Dhillon, James Buchal and Mark Trammell for believing in me, and helping me hold these attackers accountable for trying to violently silence my First Amendment rights. While it will...

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Leader in Richmond Democrat Party group ARRESTED after posting bomb threat against Andy Ngo Virginia talk

BREAKING: Jimmie Lee Jarvis, a leader in Richmond City Democratic Committee, the official Democrat Party group in Richmond, Va., has been arrested on suspicion of making a bomb threat, a felony. Jarvis posted a bomb threat against my live talk in Henrico County last week after Antifa failed to shut it down. He smiles in his mugshot and was quickly released without bail.

August 29, 2023
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Exclusive: View courtroom sketches of Ngo v. Antifa, et al. trial

Portland-based illustrator Tara Faul was in the courtroom during the trial for Andy Ngo v. Rose City Antifa, et al. earlier this month in Multnomah County, Ore. The talented artist has kindly shared her sketches and drawings with me. 

Some days during the seven-day trial had no photographer because of severe restrictions placed on media access by the court due to security concerns. The trial was marred by repeated security incidents and some have speculated that juror intimidation may have played a role in the verdict. Members of Antifa, including those with riot-related convictions or pending felony cases, were roaming the hallways and even entered the courtroom to try to intimidate me.

Trial defendants John Colin Hacker and Elizabeth Renee Richter were found not liable of assault and battery against me, even though Hacker admitted on the stand to one of the attacks.

Two weeks after the verdict was read, a follow-up court hearing resulted in three other defendants being found liable of assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress against me. Madison "Denny" Lee Allen, Katherine "Corbyn" Belyea, and Sammich Overkill Schott-Deputy (formerly Joseph Christian Evans)—all trans people — were ordered to pay me $300,000 in damages. The latest court development has caused Antifa to fume and rage.

Collecting on the ruling will be challenging due to the defendants' history of evasion. You can support my legal fund at the Center for American Liberty.

Tara Faul's courtroom illustrations below:

Andy Ngo testifies on the stand. Tara Faul


Antifa defendant John Colin Hacker
Antifa defendant John Colin Hacker admitted to one of the attacks when under oath. Tara Faul


Antifa defendant Elizabeth Renee Richter chased after and threatened to violently beat Andy Ngo after he was already bloodied on May 28, 2021. Tara Faul


Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Chanpone Sinlapasai presided over the trial. Tara Faul


Antifa defendant John Hacker had his camera phone faced in the direction of jurors at one point before being called out by Andy Ngo's attorney


John Hacker's defense attorney Michelle Burrows told jurors before they deliberated on the verdict: 'I'm going to remember every one of your faces when you leave here.' Tara Faul
Andy Ngo takes the stand to testify. Tara Faul


Andy Ngo listens to claims from the antifa witnesses. Tara Faul


Andy Ngo's attorney, Dorothy Yamamoto, speaks to the jurors in her closing statement. Tara Faul


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July 18, 2023
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Updates on Andy Ngo's lawsuit against Antifa
In 2020, I filed a lawsuit against those who allegedly attacked me

In 2020, I filed a lawsuit with the help of the Center for American Liberty against the alleged antifa militants who attacked me. You might remember some of those violent incidents were caught on camera

Benjamin Patrick Bolen and I have reached a settlement.


Benjamin Patrick Bolen
Benjamin Patrick Bolen

The court granted an order of default against Madison Lee Allen, Joseph Christian Evans and Corbyn/Katherine Belyea. Rose City Antifa was dismissed by the court on July 14, 2023 on the grounds that an unassociated entity cannot be sued.


Madison Lee Allen
Joseph Christian Evans legally changed his name to Sammica Overkill Schott-Deputy in December 2022
Katherine/Corbyn Belyea

The lawsuit against the remaining alleged antifa defendants John Colin Hacker and Elizabeth Renee Richter goes to trial later this summer. At the court hearing on July 14, the court denied Hacker and Richter's efforts to be dismissed from the lawsuit.


Defendant John Colin Hacker
Defendant Elizabeth Renee Richter

Thank you to Harmeet Dhillon and my steadfast attorneys Gregory Michael and Dorothy Yamamoto at Michael Yamamoto LLP. You can join me in my legal fight against antifa by donating to my legal fund:



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June 25, 2023
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Planned Parenthood distributed sexually graphic content at Canadian school
The 'Using sex: From A–Z Cards' game was distributed at a Saskatchewan school

Planned Parenthood in Canada is upset after the Saskatchewan education minister, Dustin Duncan, suspended them from teaching in schools in the province. It emerged that Planned Parenthood brought a sexually graphic trivia game to a school in Lumsden, Sask. on June 19 that was distributed to children as a resource following a sex education presentation.

The "Using sex: From A–Z Cards" game features cartoon characters and text explaining various sex acts and fetishes, including fecal fetishes and sucking semen from a partner's anus.

Part of the card game's instructions


The organization's executive director stands by the sex-positive "queer" content brought into the classroom using a loophole where guides do not have to go through a school approval process like a curriculum does. 

“It’s really concerning to me that the resources that are being targeted are resources that are specifically produced by and for LGBTQ2 youth to really demystify sex and sexualities that have been hidden, stigmatized and outlawed at some point in our history that aren’t represented in the curriculum,” Planned Parenthood (Canada) executive director Julian Wotherspoon said in an interview with Global News.

A local concerned parent who called Planned Parenthood about the incident told Western Standard that Wotherspoon said: "[I]t actually makes me happy that you called with this feedback because it means it’s working."

Across North America, parents and mainly conservative groups have heightened their scrutiny of LGBTQIA2S+ or trans ideology and events aimed at children. Numerous videos and photos have emerged from a dozen Pride-related events where public nudity or sex acts are performed in the presence of children. Supporters of the events say queer youth need a sex-positive environment that is affirming of their identities.

Images of some of the cards in the "Using sex: From A–Z Cards" game:


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