‘Constitutional’ Militia Leader Supports ANTIFA Terror Cell That Promotes Bombing ICE Facilities
Pennsylvania Light Foot Militia commander Christian Yingling, a so-called “constitutionalist,” is colluding with a prominent ANTIFA terrorist group while denigrating conservative ANTIFA opponents to the fake news.
Yingling was profiled by Raw Story on Monday in a story that documented his baseless slurs toward conservative activists while promoting his outreach efforts with the ANTIFA terror group, the John Brown Gun Club (JBGC).
In the article, Yingling’s comments indicate that he is a useful idiot who has been gaslighted and manipulated by the fake news and far-left extremists to do their bidding unwittingly.
“I’m not ashamed of it. I’m going to do it again,” Yingling said of his collaboration with the JBGC, who he encourages to be armed and dangerous in their war against the U.S. Constitution.
“It’s not a right or left issue, and I won’t allow anyone to make it into one,” he added.
Big League Politics has reported on the case of domestic terrorist Willem Van Spronsen, a JBGC activist who was killed while committing a terrorist attack against a migrant detention facility in Tacoma, WA last July.
Making it clear that Van Spronsen’s behavior is indicative of the JBGC’s modus operandi, the organization has made him their martyr following his death. The JBGC has gone out of their way to make it clear that they condone Van Spronsen’s terrorism and encourage violent reprisal against the U.S. government for the purposes of a communist overthrow.
Remember the far-left extremist who was killed while carrying out a domestic terrorist attack against @ICEgov?
— Far Left Watch (@FarLeftWatch) December 5, 2019
Yingling has made it clear that his group has been coordinating with the JBGC since before the “Unite the Right” disaster in Charlottesville, Va. back in Aug. 2017.
“We had been in contact with them before Charlottesville,” Yingling said. “Guess what? There was no problem with the left-wing militias and the [right-wing] militias. We knew they were going to be armed, and they knew we were going to be armed. We had come to an agreement; we talked beforehand and agreed we are not going to fight each other.”
Right-wing activist Sidney Horton, who was caught in the madness of Charlottesville as the rally turned into a disaster after the police were ordered to stand down by the left-wing city government, was stunned by Yingling’s proud collaboration with ANTIFA.
“This absolutely shocked me,” Horton said in a Facebook Live video. “Because these are people I had planned to go with to this event, to stand by. And they openly told me that they had been working with people that had intended to orchestrate and exercise violence against conservatives exercising their rights.”
As a result, Horton decided not to attend the Virginia gun rights rally at the state Capitol last month and urged her followers to do the same.
“I had to leave Virginia last night due to my security making the executive decision that this was far too dangerous a situation because every ounce of information at this meeting had been compromised and shared with ANTIFA,” Horton said.
“I was told that I would not be welcome at the march… because I refused to stand by domestic terrorists and communists, who have frequently exercised actions of violence against our side,” she added.
Because of Horton’s apprehension due to Yingling’s proud association with ANTIFA terrorists, he lashed out against her with the types of accusations that would be expected to be heard from a far-left liberal.
“Sidney Horton is white trash,” Yingling told Raw Story. “She’s a full-on white supremacist.” Horton completely denies Yingling’s crude and possibly defamatory allegations.
“Christian Yingling’s antagonism and incessant slandering against me illustrates just how subversive all of these infiltrators are,” Horton said to Big League Politics. “While they continually mischaracterize and attack me in order to appear morally superior, and even call me ‘white trash,’ I have consistently demonstrated more dignity and integrity than the entirety of them.”
Horton believes that Yingling and his inner circle “have been systematically working with ANTIFA upon the basis of deception and deliberately withholding this information from those within the patriot movement that they have worked with.” She says that she has been “doxxed, harassed and threatened” by ANTIFA and Yingling’s followers since she began exposing their connections.
“I have stated that there is no beneficial purpose in antagonizing these people and entertaining their obnoxious behavior,” she said of Yingling and his inner circle. “Every ounce of evidence indicates that they only ever had the intention of demonizing me for exposing their associations.”
Unlike Yingling, Horton refused to play along with Raw Story when they contacted her for the story. As a result, they refused to quote her responses to the Raw Story reporter in the article so they could instead create a strawman of her views, and manipulate Yingling into backing up the narrative that ANTIFA terrorists are the good guys.
“This author personally messaged me and antagonized me, accusing me of being a white supremacist, etc. I destroyed him so it isn’t a surprise he would try to mischaracterize me,” she said.
Although there were no arrests at the Virginia Capitol rally, Horton’s fears were realized due to the presence of the GBCG, as they menaced a group of Proud Boys also in attendance at the event, which resulted in a tense stand-off.
“It was that close to turning into something that the media would love to have eaten up,” said Jeremy Bertino, a Proud Boy from the Charlotte, NC area.
“And there could have been dead bodies lying in the street right there. Because I’m telling you… had they raised their barrels above their knees or just raised ’em in any way towards us, there was people not going home that day. There was people that was going to lose their lives in that street,” he added.
Unsurprisingly, Yingling took the side of his ANTIFA comrades regarding the details of the confrontation.
“John Brown spotted them and tailed them,” he said. “All they were doing was walking. The John Brown guys weren’t saying anything. The Proud Boys are the ones trying to instigate things.”
If Proud Boys had used self-defense against the JGBC at the Capitol rally, they would have likely been prosecuted while the ANTIFA terrorists walked with no charges. This is how it is has happened time and again across the country, in particular the state of New York where two Proud Boy members are serving years in prison for illegal self-defense.
Congressional candidate and Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio has echoed Horton’s concerns about the JCBG and chided Yingling for being a collaborator with this militant, anti-American organization.
“After being banned from possessing a firearm in Charlottesville, Christian Yingling has chosen to side with the left-wing media, and far-left extremists over patriotic Americans,” Tarrio said to Big League Politics.
“The Proud Boys were entirely peaceful during the Richmond event, and it was the John Brown Gun Club, who have committed acts of terrorism against the United States, that went out of their way to intimidate us,” he added.
Yingling considers it a point of personal pride to alienate right-wing activists by associating with open ANTIFA terrorists.
“You gotta crawl before you can run. What we’re doing right now is very much in the crawling stage. In speaking with the guys from John Brown, they told us, ‘A lot of groups on the left are seeing the amount of heat you’re taking and that you’re sticking to your guns. It’s going a long way.’ We’re going to stick to our guns,” he said.
Yingling hopes to continue working intently with the JBGC and wants to foster more unity with the far-left terror group in the future.
“Why can’t we come together and work on that?” he asked. “If anybody is going to bridge the divide in the country, it has to start with us. We are the militant wing of the patriot movement. They are the militant wing of the left-wing groups. We have to start uniting people in this country.”