Domestic Terrorism! Criminal ANTIFA Militants Arrested, Charged For Physically Attacking Trump Supporters

By definition, Anti-fascism is a political movement in opposition to fascist ideologies, groups, and individuals. Prior to World War II, anti-fascism was sometimes associated with communism.



The globalists / Marxists in the U.S. education systems have promoted Karl Marx, who called for the deconstruction of established Capitalistic economies, in the pursuit of “equity”.

Barack Obama & Hilary Clinton are part of the progressive left who has taught the ideology of Saul Alinksy, who also called for the “have-nots” to rise up and take from the wealthy, by force if necessary.

In light of these 2 world views, and through the propaganda promoted by the corporate media, radical domestic terrorist groups like ANTIFA, who actually function like Fascists, have been funded and organized to fight against citizens who love their nation, like those in the MAGA movement.

Prosecutors in San Diego filed charges against at least 10 of these anti-fascist protesters for alleged attacks on California pro-Trump protesters: ‘violent criminal acts’. These California anti-fascists face charges such as assault, conspiracy to commit a riot, and illegal use of tear gas.

“Video evidence analysis shows that overwhelmingly the violence in this incident was perpetrated by the Antifa affiliates and was not a mutual fray with both sides crossing out of lawful First Amendment expression into riot and violence,” District Attorney Summer Stephan’s office said in a news release, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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The defendants “are self-identified to be affiliated with Anti-fascists or Antifa” and gathered on Jan. 9 in San Diego to take “direct action” against a pro-Trump “Patriot March,” according to the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office. “Direct action” is defined as “acts of violence such as assault, battery, assault with deadly weapons, arson, and vandalism,” according to the DA’s office. Police declared an unlawful assembly the day of the clashes.

Those arraigned in San Diego Superior Court were with a group arrested Thursday in raids by police officers and sheriff’s deputies across Southern California, the Union-Tribune reported.

The complaint said the defendants launched their criminal conspiracy “by liking and sharing” a Jan. 2 social media post that called for a counterprotest against the pro-Trump rally, “in essence agreeing to take part in the ‘direct action.’ Others agreed by showing up in Pacific Beach on January 9th, 2021 and participating in the violence” described in the complaint, the paper added, citing prosecutors.

The Antifa faithful were accused of using pepper spray, small flagpoles, sticks, and other tools to attack the pro-Trump group, the Union-Tribune said, adding that several attacks noted in the complaint appear to match incidents recorded and shared online, such as an Antifa militant pepper-spraying a dog and its owner.

Prosecutors said the aforementioned act was carried out by Jeremy Jonathan White, 39, who remained jailed Monday in lieu of $200,000 bail, the paper said.

White faces charges of conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon, use of tear gas not in self-defense, and animal cruelty, the Union-Tribune added.

Videographer Sean Carmitchel recorded Antifa attacking people with pepper spray, sticks, a wooden folding chair, punches, and kicks — assaults prosecutors described in the complaint, the paper said.



 

In addition to White — accused of pepper-spraying the dog and owner — the Union-Tribune, citing the district attorney’s office, named the other arraigned individuals as Luis Francisco Mora, 30; Joseph Austin Gaskins, 21; Faraz Martin Talab, 27; Bryan Rivera, 21; Brian Lightfoot, 25; and Jesse Merel Cannon, 31.

The paper said Alexander Akridge-Jacobs, 31; Christian Martinez, 23; and Samuel Howard Ogden, 24, also face charges, according to a DA’s office spokesperson.

In addition, a $250,000 arrest warrant has been issued for Erich Louis Yach, 37, the Union-Tribune reported, citing the DA’s office and county Sheriff’s Department records.

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