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Heavily Armed BLM Terrorists Hospitalize Disabled Portland Veteran for Being White

'I’m done, I’m done working in Portland...I’m shutting my business down and I'm probably not going to be coming back...'

Black Lives Matter terrorists on Thursday surrounded the car of a disabled military veteran, pointed rifles at him, dragged him out of his vehicle, and mercilessly beat him, sending him to the hospital with serious injuries.

The Marxist terrorists attacked Joe Hall, a 53-year-old repairman, because of his white skin color. They shouted anti-white slurs at him during the attack.

Hall was driving in his work truck from one job to the next when the gang blockaded the road in front of him, The Epoch Times reported.

Fearing that he hit something or someone, he stopped his car.

“All of a sudden these agitators come out, screaming, pounding on my truck,” said Hall, who served in the Army and Marine Corps.

“By this time I’ve got five people surrounding my vehicle, AR-15s, AK-47s,” he said. “I pulled my .38 out of my right pocket and pointed it at the ground and told them if a weapon points at me again, I will shoot to eliminate the threat.”

One of the BLM terrorists tackled and disarmed him before he could fire his weapon, KPTV reported.

Hall suffered a partially collapsed left lung, five broken ribs, a broken collar bone, head trauma, and two lower vertebrae fractures.

Despite his life-threatening injuries, he said he would not have changed his actions.

“I stood my ground and I would do it all over again,” Hall said.

But he will not risk his life in Portland’s streets again.

“I’m done, I’m done working in Portland,” he said. “I’m shutting my business down and I’m probably not going to be coming back.”

Hall filed a police report for assault and a hate crime, since the perpetrators targeted him because he is white.

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