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Man who abused 9/11 widow identified and fired from job

Updated: Dec 16, 2019

A 9/11 widow was harassed by an extreme leftist protester in Portland, OR. The incident occurred on Oct. 13 after a “flash march for Law and Order” was organized by a conservative group.

Video captured by Brandon Farley (@FarelyFilms) shows the woman and a man, who appears to have been protesting the march, at a crosswalk, waiting to cross the street.

The protester begins the verbal spat by saying to the woman, “Why are you trying to block me, I’m f***ing trying to walk here.”

Author and attorney Ann Coulter said Friday on Tucker Carlson Tonight that Democrats ought to be having a “blue wave” in the upcoming midterms but won’t because “they’ve gone mad.” “They’re insane,” she said.

At first Twitter users thought the man was pro-skateboarder Charlie Wilkins. However, that turned out to be a case of mistaken identity and Wilkins took to Facebook to clear his name:

After spoke to the widow from the video, they confirmed with her that it was not Charlie Wilkins as made a video post to help clear his name as he was receiving death threats.

The man that abused the 9/11 widow seen in the video is in fact Steve Wilson, who also goes by the name SalvadOrwell Wilson on Facebook.

The extreme leftist in the video was also seen wearing an AK Press jacket and when you visit his Facebook page, you can see, he also likes their Facebook page.

(AK Press is a worker-managed, independent publisher and book distributor that specializes in radical left and anarchist literature. Operated out of Chico, California, the company is collectively owned.

Furthermore, it was confirmed by his place of employment that it was him in the video abusing the widow. On his Facebook page he lists his job and workplace as Data Specialist at Self Enhancement, Inc.

Self Enhancement Inc. then tweeted out that “Steve Wilson is no longer an employee of SEI. His behavior does not represent the values of our organization or the high expectations that we have for our employees.”

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