Activist with Militant Communist Cell Promoted by CNN Charged with Felony Harassment

An individual affiliated with the John Brown Gun Club was arrested and charged with felony harassment after apparently being photographed stalking a right-wing activist while brandishing a firearm.

Spencer Sturdevant, a right-wing activist with the American Identity Movement (AIM), reported a suspicious man outside of his apartment building on Saturday afternoon in Seattle, WA.

The Seattle Police Department announced on their Twitter account that the man was disarmed and apprehended outside of Jefferson Park.

Sturdevant claims that the conflict began after members of the communist John Brown Gun Club had threatened to have an armed march outside of his apartment building. He then showed up to one of their public trainings to confront the communists.

He also captured a photograph of the alleged assailant.

Just last month, the communist revolutionary militant organization was profiled fondly by CNN. A commentator claimed the John Brown Gun Club was “white, liberal, progressive people, inclusive, friendly to the world.” A teaser clip for the segment can be seen here.

AIM has recently been in the news for protesting drag queen story hour, an event where men in drag are given intimate access to young kids. Child sex criminals have been found staffing these events in Houston in recent months.

They also protested an event featuring leftist academic Jonathan Metzl, who was promoting his book Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America’s Heartland that contends among other things that “racial resentment has fueled progun laws in Missouri, resistance to the Affordable Care Act in Tennessee, and cuts to schools and social services in Kansas.”

Although the alleged assailant was apprehended, that is no guarantee he will actually face justice. Many ANTIFA-style terrorists have had charges mysteriously dropped and were able to evade consequences for politically-motivated assaults.

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