First Name : Beverly

Last Name : Barnum

Approx. Age : 36

State : OR

Twitter :
Tags : Portland Antifa  


Beverly A. Barnum "Bev" (DOB: 03/14/85) is the founder of the Wall of Moms, a group of saggy-titted middle-aged women that act to shield Antifa rioters in the Portland area. She was later kicked out of the group and was accused of filing to make Wall of Moms an official non-profit without consulting the group's black leaders. She has at least one child but unless Bev was whoring her Beav out as a teenage hooker, her son is probably too young to riot. Although she claims on her LinkedIn page to be savvy with money, she had a tax lien placed on her Hawaii property in 2006. In addition to her interests in rioting, she seems to be an affordable housing advocate. Her Twitter feed is filled with the usual left-wing drivel. Although BLM leaders considered her too white to lead WOM, Barnum describes herself as "Latina" and first generation American. She holds a degree in business from the University of Hawaii at Maui. Barnum appears to have worked mostly in social media roles or wellness and athletic training. She lives in a modest house in the Portland suburb of Lake Oswego. She may not be hardcore Antifa but she's supporting their cause.

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