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Unholy Alliance: How Dem Lawmakers Are Working To Promote Terror Group Antifa

You may be wondering why AOC hasn’t come out to support domestic terrorist group Antifa sooner, now that you think about it.

I know I am.

Everyone’s favorite ditzy socialist, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has used her massive Twitter reach to support a campaign raising bail money for Antifa “activists” who were protesting a “straight pride” parade in Boston this past weekend.

In a post referring to the straight pride parade as a “white supremacist parade,” AOC called on her followers to “support the local LGBTQ community” with a contribution “to the Bail Fund for the activists who put themselves on the line protecting the Boston community.”

As reported by both USA Today and The Boston Herald the “activists” AOC is trying to raise money for, and in fact, associated with, the domestic terror group Antifa.

“We’re covered in black so when we attack these guys we can’t be prosecuted,” one of the thugs said, according to the Herald.

“They are fascists, 100%. How else are you going to get them to shut up?” the thug added.

Yes, make no mistake; Antifa is quite open about their desire to stop people whose viewpoints they disagree, with using violence. It’s almost as if they’re not so anti-fascist after all. In fact, such a tactic is very, very fascistic.

The Herald also noted that, among the 36 arrests, there were also individuals who were charged with “Assault and battery on a police officer,” and one juvenile arrested for “Assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon.”

Boston Police Department has released a log of arrested individuals from Antifa counter-protest against the Straight Pride. Strangely, Congresswomen AOC and A. Pressley expressed support for the protesters.

What was that about protecting the community, AOC?

As you can imagine, the organizers of the straight pride parade were not thrilled to be called “white supremacists.”

In a statement released to the media, the Super Happy Fun America group categorically denied any connection to racist groups.

“Not sure which parade and ceremony she watched over the weekend, but of the 12 speakers on our stage, five were African-American, four were women, and three were African-American women. This was not intentional on our behalf, they reached out to us in support of our movement–it happened organically. If you remove the three main organizers from the lineup, the majority of speakers were African-American.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley also shared a link to a bail fundraiser set up in advance of the parade, which gives people the impression that they condone illegal behavior. This is not a good example for elected officials to set, and contributes to dangers associated with free-speech and activism in general.

The only connections to racism are in the deluded minds of protesters who all repeat the same mantra against those whom they disagree with: Racist, Fascist, Nazi, etc., are what detractors fall back on when their arguments are met with logical and rational push-back. They cannot win on an intellectual level, so they resort to name-calling. Those same people must have missed the Israeli flags and African-American supporters in our group.”

AOC’s office has not responded to queries over why she labeled the group “white supremacist” or why she encouraged support for violent protesters.

[Courtesy: Tea Party]