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Insane Antifa Rioter Says Horse They Stabbed In Neck During Riot Was “Racist Trump Supporter” (Video)

Jesse Watters spars with a protester from the very violent ANTIFA group.

Kevin is obviously a geek who didn’t fit in with the rest of his peers. He’s a reject who will join anything in hopes of becoming relevant.  He added that the horse is a tool of the police, who have been “increasingly racist and xenophobic” under the Trump administration.

Did anyone else notice the photo of Karl Marx on the credenza behind the fellow being interviewed?

 

So let me get this right. He is advocating for violence against conservatives because they are all racist if they voted for Trump?

Fox News Insider:  Jesse Watters debated a protester from ANTIFA, short for anti-fascism, a group calling for violence against the “Trump- Pence regime.”

Kevin from the Boston ANTIFA branch penned an open letter on the anarchist site ItsGoingDown.org urging liberals and progressives to violence to take down President Trump.

The letter claims a rise in “far-Right violence, murder, and arson attacks, which have been almost completely ignored by both the media and the Trump administration.”

“It is time for liberals and progressives to lose their illusions about the anarchist movement and our tactics.”

Kevin said his group only wants “violence in self-defense from aggression by these racists and xenophobes that come and attack us at our peaceful protests.” More

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