Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Antifa Punks Are Really The Fascists, Use Fascist Tactics And Fear Free Speech.
Punk caught on video punching conservative reporter during antifa protest. Here’s what happens next.
Jack Posobiec, a Washington, D.C., bureau chief for conservative outlet RebelTV, was trying to conduct video interviews with members of the violent left-wing antifa group (aka "anti-fascists") Sunday when the journalist said a guy on a bike showed up and threw a punch at him. (Image source: YouTube screen cap)
Jack Posobiec, a Washington, D.C., bureau chief for conservative outlet RebelTV, was attempting to conduct video interviews with members of the violent left-wing antifa group (aka “anti-fascists”) during their protest in the nation’s capital Sunday when a tattooed guy on a bike showed up.
Posobiec said antifa members were calling him a “Nazi” and telling others to “come at him” — and sure enough the punk on the bike did just that.
He’s seen walking into camera frame and then — without uttering a word — taking a swing at Posobiec’s cellphone camera, the journalist said.
As the guy walked back to the bike he’d left lying in the street, Posobiec confronted him: “You got a problem?”
“Yeah, I got a f***in’ problem,” the guy on the bike replied, “you wanna fight me?”
But the fisticuffs were not to be.
Seconds later, the unmistakable sound of a siren was heard chirping — and one of George Washington University’s finest was running toward the scene.
The guy on the bike made a brief attempt to high-tail it, but the cops were on him quickly.
Despite knowing the entire incident was caught on video, the antifa faithful were heard protesting to police that the bike rider’s actions were “self defense” — and the perp was seen quickly latching on to that party line as cops put the cuffs on him.
“Listen to them all lying,” Posobiec said.
Posobiec posted a video of the incident on Twitter, calling his assailant an “antifa terrorist.” (Content warning: Strong language):