Earlier today, MMFA rapid response guy Bobby Lewis took issue with independent journalist Andy Ngo wanting Antifa to be designated a terrorist organization. What would Andy Ngo know about Antifa? They only gave him a brain hemorrhage. Plus, how can Antifa be a terrorist organization when they‚Äôre not really an organization?
Well, for an unorganized, ragtag group of misunderstood ‚Äúblack-clad youngsters,‚ÄĚ it sure seems like Antifa‚Äôs doing some organizing. Ngo shared a peek at what they‚Äôve apparently been working on:
Antifa is leading a "Border Resistance" militancy training tour that will converge on a 10-day siege in El Paso, TX. The promotional image shows border enforcement officers being killed & government property fired bombed. Organizers asking for "white comrades" to pay for others. pic.twitter.com/zwG7iMLMZT
‚ÄĒ Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) July 29, 2019
They‚Äôve got this all planned out. See for yourselves.¬†Just don‚Äôt call them an ‚Äúorganization‚ÄĚ!
It‚Äôs time to declare Antifa a terrorist organization.
‚ÄĒ Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 29, 2019
They‚Äôre organizing with the intent to terrorize. Seems pretty clear-cut to us.
Meanwhile, it should be interesting to see how this bold strategy plays out for them.
This should be hilarious. Antifa in TEXAS? ?????
‚ÄĒ CArol Sowerby (@CArolSowerby4) July 29, 2019
El Paso is not Rose City. They won't get the same gladhanding and hand's off policy.. and BP has no sense of humor, whatsoever.
‚ÄĒ maeryk (@maeryk) July 29, 2019
Of all the states to choose to attack, Texas just might have been the absolute worst. I don't think this will go very well for them.
‚ÄĒ Aaron Stevens (@Whyishehere) July 29, 2019