Blake David Hampe the Antifa terrorist who was arrested on Saturday morning and charged with stabbing a black Trump supporter in Portland, Ore. is a convicted pedophile according to The Post Millennial.
On Saturday morning, Hampe allegedly stabbed a black Trump supporter who goes by Black Rebel on YouTube.
Black Rebel, claims that he was stalked and menaced by Antifa terrorists for several blocks before he was assaulted and stabbed by Antifa’s Blake David Hampe. He also believes that Anifa doxxed his identity, posting his location on social media before he was accosted.
“That knife was long enough. He stabbed me to kill me,” said Black Rebel, who identified Hampe as his likely attacker.
“We were all out there, four friends, trying to keep each other safe in the best way possible. I figured I’d try to de-escalate and just have a conversation,” he said. “I went over there, said ‘what’s up buddy?’ and that mother**ker went around and shanked me in the f**king kidney.”
Video of Antifa Terrorist, Blake David Hampe, being arrested posted on social media:
This Antifa guy stabbed someone in Portland earlier this morning, prompting a police response and his arrest. pic.twitter.com/b0UBqnXJaX
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 25, 2020
Elijah Schaffer, a photojournalist with The Blaze, noted that Anifa terrorists hassled police as they came to apprehend Hampe. One Antifa member even kicked a police car.
“The level of disrespect these rioters have for public servants [and] people in general is unmatched,”
While police respond to an alleged stabbing situation
A BLM rioters yells at the responding officers, follows him to his vehicle
Then proceeds to kick it after the door closes
The level of disrespect these rioters have for public servants & people in general is unmatched pic.twitter.com/DSz8ADlNS6
— ELIJAH RIOT (@ElijahSchaffer) July 25, 2020
Hampe is being charged with felony assault, with his bail set at $250,000. He is still currently in custody at the present time. Hampe had previously been indicted in 2007 for possessing child pornography by the US District Court in Maine.
Court documents from his 2007 arrest show that U.S. Customs and Border Protection found “a lot of merchandise for children” when they searched his vehicle. In addition to possessing children’s underwear, trading cards, towels with superhero prints, stickers, and sleeping bags, Hampe he also had a pack of condoms, lubricant, a camera, laptop computer, and cell phone.
Hampe apparently admitted to law enforcement that he had been kicked out of his uncle’s home after child pornography was discovered on his computer. He also reportedly said that he had received counseling for his “problem.” He received 41 months in prison, and then 10 years of supervised release after being found guilty.