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Seattle reporter covering homelessness crisis alleges Antifa is targeting Asian American journalists

An Asian American journalist in Seattle has allegedly been the goal of Antifa threats on Twitter as a result of his protection of town’s homelessness disaster.

Jonathan Choe, who studies for KOMO Information, has been main a weekly section known as “Challenge Seattle,” which reveals the expanse of town’s concern of homelessness and makes an attempt to carry leaders and public officers accountable.

Final week, Choe took to Twitter to reveal three people who allegedly tried to cease him from filming in entrance of Seattle’s Metropolis Corridor. He tagged different information shops with the warning “Watch your again.”

“Together with the umbrella folks, be careful for ‘orange bandana’ man. He retains following me and yelling at at [sic] media throughout LIVE photographs,” Choe wrote.

Days later, Andy Ngo, an Asian American journalist based mostly in Portland, posted screenshots of tweets that accused Choe of being a fascist and likewise appeared to threaten him with bodily violence. The tweets, as per Ngo’s screenshots, got here from a profile of an “antifascist.”

Ngo, who has reported about Antifa actions for years, fell sufferer to a June 2019 mob incident which concerned eggs, bear spray, pepper spray and milkshakes. He was additionally attacked final 12 months in Could. He reportedly suffered bruises, lacerations and a “mind bleed” from the primary incident, whereas he discovered himself crushed up and working for his life within the second.

“I believe we might make Jonathan Choe so extensively hated that he bodily can’t movie within the metropolis,” wrote the Twitter consumer in query with the deal with @NegressMilitant. “He must know he has eyes on him always. He wants folks to get in his face…”

One other consumer who goes by the deal with @DogsArePraxis doubled down and steered that Choe ought to expertise what Ngo did: “Principally we have to do to Choe what Portland has carried out to Ngo. Anybody received an excellent milkshake useful?”

Choe subsequently reacted to the tweets. “Didn’t know they loved my tales a lot,” he tweeted. “And @MrAndyNgo, seems to be like they wish to goal Asian American journalists.”

He additionally wrote, “I ponder what the response could be if we have been a special race or ethnicity?”

The alleged Antifa profiles stay stay as of this writing. In a newer tweet, @DogsArePraxis accused Choe’s reporting of stirring violence in Seattle.

“Choe has impressed assaults and displacement of probably the most weak in our metropolis. To spin the group ire in opposition to him as racism whereas aligning himself with a stochastic terrorist who just lately impressed a mass taking pictures is a brand new low for his ‘journalism.’”

The consumer didn’t determine the “stochastic terrorist” of their tweet.

Each Choe and Ngo have known as for the eye of the Asian American Journalists Affiliation (AAJA) over the matter, however the group has but to concern a public response.

 

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