Two white leftists get a based black security guard fired claiming HE is the "white supremacist"
Antifa is back in Portland. What are they up to, you ask? Burning down courthouses in the name of Black Lives Matter? No, actually. This time they got a security guard fired for being a white supremacist Proud Boy. Even though he's black. Oh, and both the Antifa peeps are white. Sigh.
Earlier this month, Portland Antifa member Melissa Lewis posted a complaint made by fellow Antifa member and riot arrestee Dustin B. Ferreira. Ferreira's complaint alleged that the security guard at a Portland Fred Meyer grocery store was a white supremacist Proud Boy.
Ferrerira's tweet read, "I am truly beyond shook (sic) right now. Proud Boy & Far Right Unite The Rite - Andrew Duncomb (Black Rebel) is working security this moment at Fred Meyer Providence Park. As soon as I saw him; my heart dropped and my PTSD; all within seconds reminded me of every threat...when I did indeed confirm it was Proud Boy AD; I immediately went to management who brought me to the other security guard from the same company; and surprised by my news lol I showed them picture after picture; story after story as horrors of past played thru my mind."
Ferreira also shared an old tweet accusing Duncomb of being involved with Haley Adams, a supposed "white nationalist" member of Patriot Prayer.
He attached a video of himself stalking the security guard throughout the store as he helps a customer find something. Lewis quote tweeted this and added, "@Fred_Meyer stop hiring Proud Boys as security!"
Another user wrote in response to the video, "Are you now telling me that as an adult disabled by white violence, that I now also need to walk past a violent white supremacist to pick up my life-saving medications at Fred Meyer Pharmacy?"
Six days later, the grocery store responded in a tweet that said, "We stand firmly against discrimination and injustice of any kind. We have taken immediate action to terminate the security guard's assignment at any of our Fred Meyer locations. Thank you."
Duncomb told The Post Millennial, "I was helping a customer who had asked me where a certain item was in the store. I noticed from the corner of my eye a man in a power wheelchair recording me with his cellphone. I knew from previous interactions with Dustin that if I gave him a chance to get close he would have publicly accosted me and would have made a scene in the store."
After helping the customer in the video, he removed himself from the store floor to "avoid any possible contact with Dustin."
Duncomb live-streamed a riot in 2020 and survived being stabbed by an Antifa member. He does have a history with the Proud Boys, though his affiliation with the group ended in 2017.
I am surprised that this type of "cancel culture" is still going on, nearly three years after the Summer of Love. But I guess I shouldn't be.