Project Veritas Exposes Role of ANTIFA Cell in Terror Scene at Infamous 2017 Charlottesville Rally

An ANTIFA cell, Redneck Revolt, admitted to an undercover Project Veritas journalist that they used their black bloc tactics to foment terror at the infamous right-wing Charlottesville, N.C. rally in 2017 that ultimately turned deadly.

Project Veritas released their Redneck Revolt exposé on Tuesday morning, which is part of their #ExposeANTIFA series that is rapidly going viral on social media. They are described in the video by a journalist as the “militia wing of ANTIFA.”

The full video can be seen here:

“They are ANTIFA in that they share the ANTIFA ideology,” the journalist explained. “This particular group sees themselves as armed revolutionaries.”

Redneck Revolt wants a total abolition of the police, a fringe left-wing stance that has recently gone mainstream due to the violent Black Lives Matter uprising happening across the country.

The journalist went undercover, and reached out to Redneck Revolt leaders over social media in 2018. After going shooting with the group, they interviewed the journalist to vet her. She quickly became acquainted with the former leader of the cell, Paul Ditz.

The journalist learned about Redneck Revolt’s role in fomenting the craziness of the Charlottesville riot. The far-left city government ordered police to stand down and allowed ANTIFA terrorists to attack white nationalist demonstrators, who had a lawful permit to hold the rally. This is what led to the entire nightmarish scene.

“Charlottesville was comprised of your typical ANTIFA black bloc measures. There were also Black Lives Matter. There were multiple chapters of the Redneck Revolt that went to Charlottesville and acted as the militia wing of the anti-fascist movement,” she explained.

Big League Politics has reported on how a Redneck Revolt leader admitted to chasing James Fields with a rifle at the Charlottesville rally shortly before he drove his Dodge Challenger into a group of far-left activists, which led to the tragic death of Heather Heyer:

Dwayne Dixon, a leader of the left-wing Redneck Revolt militia group, bragged to a seminar that he “waved” a rifle at Charlottesville driver James Fields shortly before Fields crashed into a crowd of protesters. Dixon is a cultural anthropology professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

“It was actually the mobility, the improvisational power of the entire Left that won, effectively. Right? Even though Heather died,” said Dixon, a UNC cultural anthropology professor who also bragged about using a rifle to “chase off” Fields in a Facebook post.

“So James Fields, driving his Charger, slow-rolled our western perimeters. So that was Fourth Street. Several times. One time he paused right in front of me. And I waved him off with my rifle. At his last pass he accelerated a block away and he killed Heather,” Dixon said.

“So I’m still grappling with the events of that day. So I’m trying to comprehend what happened,” Dixon said, criticizing the police and referring to protesters on his side who came back “bloodied.”

When Big League Politics asked Dixon about this on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dixon attacked our cameraman and called the police.

The work of James O’Keefe has produced more information showing that the radical Left initiated the carnage of Charlottesville, as the Trump administration finally begins treating ANTIFA like a domestic terror group.

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