ANTIFA Calls Off 10 Day ‘Border Resistance Convergence’ to Abolish ICE at U.S. Southern Border

A proposed “border resistance convergence” by the domestic terrorist group ANTIFA in El Paso, TX from Sept. 1-10 has apparently been cancelled, according to their official website.

Despite the fact that the event has been apparently been cancelled, the patriot group Oath Keepers will still be monitoring the area just in case ANTIFA is being deceptive and chooses to continue on with their subversive plans.

ANTIFA had previously been training their terrorists from throughout the country to participate in the event. They were hoping to bring in hundreds of violent thugs to prevent border enforcement toward their eventual goal of abolishing ICE.

“We are calling on affinity groups everywhere to come together and help us address US-funded genocide and local concentration camps,” they wrote on their website.

They also were “very much relying on white comrades to donate money and throw down on renting temporary spaces for our more vulnerable friends.” Perhaps that money did not come through as they had hoped, or their checks from Soros-funded NGOs bounced, which forced them to cancel.

Previously, Republican congressional hopeful Danielle Stella, who is challenging Somali socialist Ilhan Omar in Minnesota’s 5th district, was chased out of a training event for this program in Minneapolis and threatened by armed domestic terrorists.

“I was leaving. I went out the back way, and she followed me to the parking lot, and she said ‘nope, you need to get off the property completely,’ and started complaining I wasn’t doing it fast enough,” Stella said.

“One of the ANTIFA men had a baseball bat, and another one had a cattleprod. They decided to give me 30 seconds, and they also threatened to call the police on me while holding weapons and wearing their ANTIFA riot gear,” she added.

With the border resistance convergence cancelled, border enforcement can breathe a sigh of relief as ANTIFA has become more brazenly violent in recent months. The mass shooter in Dayton, OH last month frequently espoused his vocal support for ANTIFA and participated in an armed protest while the terrorist who attacked a detention facility in Tacoma, WA with a rifle and pipe bombs was a member of an ANTIFA-inspired gun club.

The failure of the border resistance convergence in El Paso is hopefully a sign of things to come for the domestic terrorist group that their violent, anti-American displays will no longer be tolerated.


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