There are two interesting things that happen in this segment. First, Ngo is headed off by two antifa carrying what appear to be some civilian knockoff of the M-4 and they tell him they will not let him pass. Then a cop intervenes and tells them to let Ngo through. The cop is less that six feet from the armed antifa, he seemingly heard them tell Ngo he couldn’t pass but somehow the blocking of passage on a sidewalk and the possession of a pair of semi-automatic rifles are never linked into one act.
I guarantee that if one of the Three Percenters had done that, they'd have been on their way to jail right away.
A woman screamed into a bullhorn in front of my face. I was pressed up
against a barrier. She led the mob into called me a “Nazi.” It was so
loud that I felt physical pain in my ear drums.
This was a surreal moment: @SeattlePD
officer came up and said I was "inciting conflict" and potential
violence just by being there. If my physical presence in a public space
makes someone else want to become violent, the problem is not with me.
Again: if some of the III guys had done these things, you can bet they'd have been arrested.
It appears that, like the Portland PD, Seattle PD has chosen sides.