Thursday, May 18, 2017

Antifa: In God We Trust is not free speech

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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"Antifa", which stands for "Anti-Fascism" (and it turns out they are quite the fascists), has been taking the snowflake's protests against Trump, republicanism, and the U.S. Constitution to new heights.  In Portland, Oregon, a "stand against police targeting" rally was planned, so, a Christian group, calling itself Patriot Prayer, organized an “Antifa Watch” to make sure protesters didn’t break laws or block traffic.

Antifa rallies in San Francisco, Berkeley and Portland have been the home of many violent outbreaks, so, Patriot Prayer's intent makes sense.

On Facebook, the group advertised “All are welcome to join but please do not come if you can not control your temper.  This is not a rally or a march.”

The antifas did not like the presence of the Patriot Prayer group, and went ballistic on them, accusing the second group of invading their space.  Then they really went nuts when a big guy with a mohawk showed up wearing a yellow T-shirt emblazoned with “In God We Trust” on the back.  When he tried to walk past the antifas, the physical confrontations began.

Not happy with the physical confrontations, the big guy punched one of the antifas, and then the fireworks really took off.

One of the antifas showed up masked and black-clad, carrying a baseball bat.

The antifas began to retreat when a Patriot Prayer member got on the phone with police and described the woman carrying the bat, later adding she had a knife.

Here's the video of what happened:

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