Oregon ‘red flags’ pro-Trump Marine, confines him to hospital without charges


A United States Marine Corps veteran’s home was raided, his guns seized, and he was confined to a hospital by Oregon authorities acting under a “red flag” order, even though couldn’t charge him with a crime.

Shane Kohfield was targeted after reacting online to violence by left-wing “Antifa” terrorists in nearby Portland.

“If Antifa gets to the point where they start killing us, I’m going to kill them next. I’d slaughter them and I have a detailed plan on how I would wipe out Antifa,” Kohfield commented.

Based on that, authorities called in the FBI to forcibly raid his home and confiscate his firearms. Kohfield was confined to a veteran’s hospital for mental evaluation.

Those authorities, however, refused to charge him with any crime, as his comment was perfectly legal. Kohfield was eventually released from the mental hospital after doctors found he posed no threat.

Despite the fact he committed no crime, poses no threat and was never subjected to a trial, his handguns and rifles are still confiscated and his not allowed to possess a firearm.

Oregon authorities still allow Antifa terrorists to assault people on public streets with knives and clubs, and have not confiscated firearms from armed Antifa terrorists taking part in these violent street attacks.