ANTIFA Terrorists Threaten Donors Who Contribute to Congressional Campaign of Proud Boys Leader

ANTIFA is leading a campaign of intimidation against supporters of Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, hoping to dissuade them from supporting the patriotic “America First” candidate as he runs for the Republican nomination for the U.S. House in Florida’s District 27.

A prominent ANTIFA account, run by far-left extremist Christian Michael Exoo, posted a veiled threat against Tarrio’s supporters on Wednesday.

According to the Federal Election Commission, House and Senate candidates have to report contributions in an itemized fashion when the donation “exceeds $200 or aggregates over $200 when added to other contributions received from the same source during the election cycle.”

Although there are laws meant to protect an individuals’s employment from viewpoint discrimination, those laws are very rarely used to protect patriotic Trump supporters like the Proud Boys. Usually, the law is prejudiced to hurt the likes of the Proud Boys and punish them for using self-defense against ANTIFA terrorists.

Two Proud Boys members were sentenced to years in prison last year because they stood up to ANTIFA terrorists who were attempting to shut down a political gathering featuring group founder Gavin McInnes.

Big League Politics reported on that shameful miscarriage of justice in New York last year:

Two “Proud Boys” members were sentenced to four years in prison by a Manhattan judge on Tuesday after they defended themselves against ANTIFA terrorists who attacked a New York event featuring their leader, Gavin McInnes, over a year ago…

Maxwell Hare, 27, and John Kinsman, 40, were each sentenced to four years in prison by Justice Mark Dwyer, who made clear in his remarks that his ruling was meant to send a political message.

“It’s a shame when some people jump up and down on a platform,” Dwyer said, referring to McInnes, “and their followers, their soldiers, get into trouble.”

“I’m not sure the most moral responsibility belongs to these two defendants,” he added.

Dwyer also made a thinly-veiled reference comparing the Proud Boys to Nazi streetfighters in 1930s Germany.

“I know enough about history to know what happened in Europe in the ’30s when political street brawls were allowed to go ahead,” Dwyer said during the sentencing. “We don’t want that to happen in New York.”

10 Proud Boys members were charged as a result of their response to the coordinated ANTIFA terror attack on the MET last year. Seven ended up taking plea deals while one other individual is still awaiting trial.

“This is pure clown world. The fake news is leading to real sentences,” McInnes explained in his response video to the sentencing.

Until ANTIFA is declared a terrorist organization at the federal level and put down across the country with national resources, they will continue to harass and intimidate patriots to stop their constitutionally-protected political organizing.


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