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Antifa mob thinks it has cops retreating — until the tough leftists get pelted with flash bangs and tear gas

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'Bastards!' one hardcore radical hollered as he ran off into the night after appearing to get hit

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @zerosum24

So there's finally some good news out of Portland, Oregon — and this brief dispatch may even put a smile on your face.

What happened?

Well, our old friends Antifa — those figments of conservatives' imaginations given they're merely " an idea" and a "myth" — were miraculously caught on video confronting federal police Wednesday night near the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement building in the south part of the city.

Portland police said people were throwing rocks, eggs and vandalizing the building, KGW-TV reported.

The station said the feds continuously pushed demonstrators away from the ICE building, and that protesters tried regrouping and relaunching their offensives.

In one scene caught on video, Antifa militants stalked their way toward federal officers who appeared to be backing up — after which the leftists rejoiced with glee.

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @zerosum24

"Hey!" one Antifa bro shouted, mocking the cops as if there were listening to the lawless leftists. "Good boy!"

Another militant shouted at the top of her lungs, "We have the right to assemble in a public f***ing street!"

But things are not what they appear to be

But just when it seemed as though Antifa would win the day, BOOM!

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @zerosum24

It appeared the federal officers pelted the leftists with flash bangs and tear gas — and the leftists didn't like it, no not one little bit.

"Bastards!" one hardcore radical hollered as he ran off into the night after appearing to get hit.

This pair appeared to be doing a little dance as they made their escape:

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @zerosum24

Another shouted, "You f***ing bastards! You f***ing little cowards!"

Not that it did much good.

Check it all out. (Content warning: Language:)

Anything else?

Six people were arrested, KGW reported, adding that the protesters — numbering between 100 and 200 — want ICE abolished.

More from the station:

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