Antifa-Thug Who Attacked Police With Fire Gets Five Years Prison

Using violence to advocate political goals is a textbook fascist tactic – which is why it’s a misnomer for groups like antifa to say they’re the “anti-fascists.” Perhaps “fascists against fascism” would be a more fitting title.

Wherever there exists a political speaker to the right of Joseph Stalin, you can bet some faction of antifa will be there to riot. In bringing delusion to a whole new level, these leftist fanatics truly believe that there’s a rising threat of Nazism in the United States, and that the White House is infiltrated with white supremacists. Given the number of Jewish people on Trump’s staff (and that his daughter is Jewish), if he is the next Hitler, he’s perhaps the worst Nazi ever.

There’s no question that antifa is a violent protest movement, and they make no efforts to deny it. Rather, they justify it by branding those they’re attacking as white supremacists and Nazis. And as I hinted at earlier, their criteria for “Nazi” is anyone who doesn’t agree 100% with their insane Marxist ideology. A YouTube search for “antifa violence compilation” shows no shortage of antifa violence. Heck – an argument even broke out at a recent antifa protest because a white member wasn’t being violent enough. A latina women berated him, “informing” him that he’s still “inherently racist” because he’s white, and that “racism is in his blood” and DNA. An interesting take on biology for sure.

As you’re all aware, the group is no friend of the police, and anti-police violence is a-OK for them. On May Day, antifa rioters set fires in public – and threw flares at police.

One antifa member threw flares at a police car, and that earned him some well-deserved jail time.

According to Oregon Live, “a 23-year-old man who threw burning flares into a Portland police cruiser and the downtown Target store during May 1 protests that overran downtown Portland admitted guilt Monday and will be sentenced to five years in prison.”

The man, Damion Zachary Feller, was recognized in a video recording of the riots.

Serves him right, I say. The more antifa members who face consequences for their crimes, the better.

Feller said he’s been homeless for the past year, so on the bright side, at least he has a home now. And that home is prison.

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By Matt

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