October 22, 2020

Episode 2

On July 7, 2016, vlogger Mike Strickland was assaulted at a BLM protest. He drew his legally-carried firearm to frighten off his assailants. What happened next was a Kafkaesque descent into a corrupt judicial system more concerned about appeasing activists than prosecuting crimes.

On July 7, 2016, vlogger and independent political reporter Mike Strickland was attending the Don’t Shoot Portland protest event. The filmmaker had gained a reputation for showing the world the worst of radical leftism, including the black bloc protesters and socialist extremists common in the northwest. When he showed up at the protest that day, he had no idea that a conspiracy had been hatched. He was assaulted repeatedly by members of a newly-minted extremist organization…ANTIFA. He drew his legally-carried Glock 26 handgun and leveled it at the attackers, frightening them off without firing a shot.

But while he managed to escape the encounter with a few cuts & bruises, his troubles were just beginning. He was arrested on the scene and charged with nearly two dozen crimes. Here, now, is the start of a multi-part series examining the case, and how the justice system failed a man who insists he was merely trying to protect himself.

PLUS…Hunter Biden’s laptop, Jeffrey Toobin’s Zoom debacle, and Facebook’s censoring of the Babylon Bee!

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