Congressional Democrats, call your offices: Somebody’s gotta do a better job of vetting your friends.
Crazy. An Antifa leader used an alias to promote radical communism, killing rich people, and overthrowing the U.S. government.
Under his real name, this person works with congressional Dems as part of a left-wing advocacy group. https://t.co/UP9whg0CI5
— Amber Athey (@amber_athey) December 19, 2018
More from the Daily Caller:
Smash Racism DC organizer Jose Martin, also known as “Chepe,” is a radical communist and Antifa leader operating in the U.S. He advocates for the violent overthrow of the government and for the murder of the rich and claims to have international involvement in left-wing movements.
But the agitator has made great efforts to separate his fanatical personas from a third identity, his legal name: Joseph “Jose” Alcoff. Under that identity, the 36-year-old has worked as a payday campaign manager for Americans for Financial Reform since 2016, where he advocates for reforms of predatory loans before members of Congress.
He has used his Jose Martin identity to make public appearances to promote socialism, once calling for a society without police. But his communist Chepe alias makes his Jose Martin identity seem moderate, using it to advocate for violence to achieve his goal of eliminating capitalism and the U.S. government.
Meanwhile, in his professional capacity as Alcoff, he’s been quoted in press releases from Democratic Sens. Dianne Feinstein of California and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and appeared at an event with Democratic Rep. Don Beyer of Virginia outside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in March and has been pictured alongside Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown and California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters.
He sounds nice… https://t.co/1fjAH7kAhn
— Brad Thor (@BradThor) December 19, 2018
Doesn’t he, though?
Straight out of Central Casting
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) December 19, 2018
— NYYChampions2019 (@NYYChampions19) December 19, 2018
Impossible. I’ve been told Antifa are a fringe group. https://t.co/07z3nz26nQ
— RBe (@RBPundit) December 19, 2018
Maybe not as fringe-y as we thought.
Crickets from the crowd that normally write the "OMG this politician once retweeted something from someone who once did something problematic" nonsense.
— Pos Vibyea (@PosVibYea) December 19, 2018