ANTIFA Boy Surrendered by Mommy and Daddy to Pittsbugh Police for Allegedly Inciting a Riot
20-year-old Jordan Bartels was surrendered to authorities in Pittsburgh on Monday by his mommy and daddy for allegedly starting a riot during weekend protests regarding George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, Minn.
Bartels is accused of smashing out the windows of a cop car “against the wishes of peaceful protesters who tried to stop him,” according to law enforcement officials.
CBS Pittsburgh noted in a Sunday report that social media users identified the young man, who is reportedly an Amazon employee, and police were hunting for him:
Law enforcement served a search warrant at Bartels’ home on Sunday where they found evidence “including 2 firearms, books, gloves, cans of spray paint, indica, and a sweatshirt with white writing on the front was found on top of the dryer in the laundry room,” according to a WPXI report.
His parents can be seen surrendering Bartels to authorities in this video:
BREAKING: Alleged Antifa agitator’s parents bring him to police in Pittburgh pic.twitter.com/0EFqt3lfEW
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) June 1, 2020
Bartels has been charged with rioting, institutional vandalism, and reckless endangerment for his alleged role in the violent display.
Campaign staffers for former Vice President Joe Biden are raising funds to bail out criminal rioters so that they can get back on the streets and cause more damage:
At least 13 employees of the Joe Biden campaign have donated money to bail out rioters in Minneapolis and across the country, a questionable decision that places the Democratic campaign staffers firmly on the side of the riotous looters and protesters.
Reuters reported on Saturday that it had identified at least 13 Biden campaign operatives who donated to various pro-George Floyd protester funds, some of which explicitly advertised that they would spend the money on bail funding for those who were charged with crimes related to the race riots.
Biden campaign official Andrew Bates framed the bail fund donations on the basis of Biden’s opposition to the cash bail system, when asked about the donations. Bates claimed that cash bail represents a “modern day debtors prison.”
In an email response to the development of Biden staffers raising bail money for Minneapolis rioters, the Trump campaign slammed the fundraising move. The Trump campaign said it was “disturbing” that Biden’s staff “would financially support the mayhem that is hurting innocent people and destroying what good people spent their lives building.”
Another Biden staffer named Colleen May who tweeted an image of a $50 donation receipt to the Minnesota Freedom Fund described the bail fundraising as a social justice tactic, saying that “these wounds cut deep and it is up to everyone to fight injustice.”
President Donald Trump has declared that ANTIFA will be treated like a terrorist group from now on, and kids such as Bartels may be given more than a slap on the wrist by the courts if they are found guilty of fomenting riots.