The head of Philadelphia’s Antifa thugs has been arrested after he and his comrades attacked Marine Corps reservists near a November 17 “We The People” rally in the City of Brotherly Love.
“Last week, we told you that the Philadelphia Police Department was asking for the public’s help to identify a group of people who allegedly attacked United States Marine Corps reservists in Old City, and now police say they have one suspect in custody: Tom Keenan, who has been associated with Philadelphia’s antifa movement,” said Philadelphia Magazine.
Police allege that Keenan and his masked, black clad ilk physically attacked the Marines before robbing them, calling the “Nazis” and “white supremacists” during the incident.
“He has been charged with two counts each of criminal conspiracy, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, simple assault, and reckless endangerment,” the report said. “Keenan, who was not charged with robbery, was released on bail and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on December 6th.”
In 2007, Keenan was charged with criminal conspiracy, institutional vandalism, resisting arrest, and criminal mischief stemming from a similar incident, according to the report. He agreed to a plea deal including a guilty plea for disorderly conduct in exchange the other charges being dropped.
“We The People” rallies, which have popped up across the country, are celebrations of freedom and American values. They are often targets for halfway thugs like Antifa, who passionately hate America. It shouldn’t be long before the media – which also hates America – begins defending Keenan’s actions.
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