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Trials Begin for Antifa Rioters Who Allegedly Trashed DC on Inauguration Day

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On January 20, 2017, thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump flocked to Washington, DC, hoping to witness his historic inauguration. Instead, many were forced to face off with violent black-clad rioters creating chaos in the streets.

During the riot six police officers were injured, businesses were vandalized, multiple people were assaulted and a limousine was spray painted and set on fire.

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Over 200 people, including some who claim to be journalists, were arrested in the mayhem.

“At approximately 10:30 a.m., an organized group was observed marching south in Northwest Washington,” Metropolitan police said in a press release in January. “On their way, members of the group acting in a concerted effort engaged in acts of vandalism and several instances of destruction of property. More specifically, the group damaged vehicles, destroyed the property of multiple businesses, and ignited smaller isolated fires while armed with crowbars, hammers, and asps. Preliminary information indicates the group collectively engaged in these criminal acts.”

On Monday, Michelle Macchio, 26, of Naples, Fla., Jennifer Armento, 38, of Philadelphia, Christina Simmons, 20, of Cockeysville, Md., Alexi Wood, 33, of Hyattsville, Md., Oliver Harris, 28, of Philadelphia and Brittne Lawson, 27, of Pittsburgh, became the first six defendants to face trial.

Each of the defendants is facing felony charges of inciting a riot and destruction of property — each of which carries a maximum penalty of a decade behind bars. The group is also facing multiple lesser charges.

When questioning the first round of jurors about whether or not they could be impartial, none of the potential members of the jury could answer affirmatively. One man detailed how he has relatives who are in law enforcement and would give extra weight to the testimony of an officer, so he was dismissed.

“Another woman was sent home after she said her nephew, who is a police officer, was injured in the riots,” the Post reported.

Of the 212 arrested, 20 people have already pleaded guilty and charges were dropped for another 20. According to the Washington Post, trials for the others, in groups of five or more, are set to occur almost monthly through mid-2018.

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Wisconsin Man Charged With Anti-White Hate Crime in Vicious Vehicular Murder

The suspect has admitted he targeted Thiessen because he thought he was a “white racist.”

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A Wisconsin man intentionally drove over a motorcyclist because he was white last week in the town of Taycheedah, killing the man. 27-year old Daniel Navarro, who has been identified as Mexican American, is being charged with hate crime-enhanced first degree murder and reckless driving for driving into 55-year old Philip Thiessen, a Marine Corps veteran and retired law enforcement officer. Navarro reportedly targeted Thiessen on the basis of his race, and his belief that “white racists” drive the Harley-Davidson motorcycles that Thiessen was riding.

Thiessen was currently an investigator with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, who investigated crimes against children. Members of the community have mourned the man as a pillar of the community.

Fond du Lac County Sheriff Ryan Waldschmidt has reported that Navarro admitted to attacking Thiessen with his vehicle intentionally at the crime scene, stating “yes, it was intentional” to a responding officer. The suspect later admitted to his racial motives in the crime when confessing to police.

Navarro said that if President Donald Trump and white people are going to create the world we are living in, he has no choice and that people are going to have to die,” said the sheriff.

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Later, during his interrogation at the sheriff’s office precinct, Navarro reportedly said that he wanted to go to prison for the rest of his life to escape his “racist” neighbors, whom he could supposedly hear making racist remarks through the walls of his house.

Fond du Lac police have reportedly tried to place Navarro under a forcible mental health evaluation before, unsuccessfully. In his first court appearance, Judge Robert Wirtz set Navarro’s bond at $1 million.

Unfortunately, there’s reason to believe that the radical racial politics of the Left is going to lead to further violent hate crimes against White Americans.

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