A video journalist who is supportive of President Trump was viciously attacked last weekend in Portland.
Andrew Ducomb, 25, was filming the Portland protests.
He believes a group of people began to follow him after realizing who he was from his videos and pro-Trump support.
Ducomb approached a man who was following him. The man then pulled out a knife and stabbed him in the back.
According to The Daily Mail, Ducomb traveled from Northern California to Oregon to cover the protests because “he wanted to offer a more complete view of the situation than what has been portrayed in the mainstream media”.
The stabbing suspect has been identified as Blake David Hampe. He has been arrested and charged with second-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon.
The Oregonian published a video account of the incident (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT):
Ducomb spoke to Tucker Carlson and told him “I was stabbed by a known Antifa member by the name of Blake Hampe. I felt like I was stabbed, or targeted, specifically due to my location being doxxed … 17 hours before I arrived.”
Ducomb explained that it was such a traumatic experience he can’t remember if the attacker said anything to him and the knife appeared to be seven inches long.
He said the knife went 4 to 5 inches into his body and he was lucky it did not hit any major organs. Miraculously, no surgery was required.