Portland, Oregon: 24-Year Old Antifa Member Was Sentenced to Nearly 6 Years in Prison for Hitting Man in Head with a Baton

Gage Halupowski, a 24-year old member of Antifa, received a 70-month prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to assaulting a man in downtown Portland during a mass demonstration in June. Video shows Halupowski hitting Adam Kelly, a right-wing protester, over the head with a baton and attacking him with pepper spray after Kelly appeared to come to the aid of another man under attack. Kelly wrote on Facebook that the blows to his head led to him suffer a concussion with wounds requiring 25 staples.

A 24-year-old man who hit another man over the head with a baton in June during dueling downtown Portland demonstrations was sentenced Friday to nearly six years in prison.

Gage Halupowski pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in connection with the June 29 attack on Adam Kelly outside The Nines Hotel along Southwest Morrison Street. Halupowski was identified as one of several masked, black-clothed demonstrators seen on video hitting and pepper-spraying Kelly after he appeared to come to the aid of another man who’d been attacked during the protests, authorities said.

Kelly, a right-wing protestor at the demonstrations, wrote on Facebook at the time that the blows to his head led to him suffering a concussion and needing 25 staples to close the wounds.

Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Melissa Marrero said Halupowski hitting Kelly in the back of the head with an expandable baton was “completely unexplainable, completely avoidable and didn’t need to happen.”

She said Kelly and Halupowski both were lucky that Kelly survived his injuries.

Defense attorney Edward Kroll said Halupowski made “a really terrible decision” and that Kelly didn’t deserve what happened to him, but the attorney believed the agreed-upon 70-month prison sentence was “one of the harshest sentences I’ve seen for someone with no criminal background and young age.”

Kroll cited the Measure 11 charges Halupowski faced and the attack being caught on video as leaving the 24-year-old with few options other than taking the plea deal. Kroll also noted that Halupowski hit Kelly once, but it had been determined that at least two other people hit him in the head with batons.

Marrero disagreed with Kroll’s assertions, saying she felt the charges and sentence were appropriate based on the severity of Kelly’s injuries and Halupowski’s strike. She said first-degree assault, which carried a potential 90-month sentence, and riot charges were initially considered in the case.

The prosecutor also said another person has been indicted and more people are under investigation in the same attack and other incidents stemming from the June demonstrations.

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Flu Shots, Produced by the $6 Billion Influenza Vaccine Industry, Can Cause Harm and Have a Low Rate of Efficiency

Vaccine manufacturers have projected they will provide as many as 162 million to 169 million doses of flu shots for the 2019-2020 season. Flu shots are responsible for nearly 70% of all cases of Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA), which is permanent and debilitating shoulder pain, and has been blamed on bad injection technique, instead of the toxic substance injected into muscle. According to Dr. Tenpenny’s analysis of CDC data over 19 years, 85% of illness commonly called “the flu” is caused by a pathogen other than an influenza virus. Flu shots are designed to protect only against influenza viruses and the three or four viruses in the vaccine must “match” the influenza viruses in circulation, or they don’t protect at all. The risk is high for a questionable benefit.

We’re coming into the busiest time of the year. October brings Halloween parties, decorations and lots of unhealthy treats. Thanksgiving brings football, parades and a feast with family. And in December, there are gift-giving, Christmas trees, Christmas cookies, community caroling, and special religious events.

But the CDC, Big Pharma and even your doctor want to rain on your parade. They want to harsh your mellow. They want to turn those holiday smiles into the frowns, worrying about a monster they want you to believe can kill you. Yes, you guessed it…it’s time for the annual “Flu Scare.”

In 2010, the CDC began recommending annual flu shots for infants, beginning at 6 months of age. The current recommendation is for everyone – from infants to the elderly to the infirm – to get their annual flu shot. That sounds like marching orders, and if you are not careful, you may end up being trampled by the hordes of people flocking to their doctor’s office, a pharmacy, a senior center or even grocery store to be inoculated and sent on their merry way.

Let’s look at some facts. In May 2018, a study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases estimated the incidence of “symptomatic influenza” each year across the U.S. Surprisingly, between 2010 and 2016, the incidence of influenza among all ages ranged from 3.0% to 11.3%, with median values of 8.3%.

What isn’t known is how many of the 8.3% had the flu shot, but contracted the illness anyway.

Influenza is an illness caused only by influenza viruses. Flu shots are designed to protect only against influenza viruses and the three or four viruses in the vaccine must “match” the influenza viruses in circulation, or they don’t protect at all.

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