We’re told that all the antifa-inspired violence is just “protesting.” Fine. Then their acts define who they are.
Ah yes, activists show their true selves:
Video of a violent confrontation between a group of looters and a city couple went viral Sunday, a graphic glimpse at the chaos that gripped Rochester in the hours after a long and peaceful Black Lives Matter protest ended Saturday afternoon.
The video shows a group of eight men, armed with metal clubs and wooden two-by-fours breaking the window of a jewelry store on Marshall Street near Monroe Avenue. A young woman comes out of the door of the second-floor apartment located above over the store. Her husband stands beside her.
“Go away,” she can be heard saying to the men, “People live here!”
In response, one of the looters begins swinging a two-by-four, striking both residents. Others in the group join in the attack, throwing objects at the couple. Another punches the woman repeatedly in the head and holds her while others rain blows across her head and back.
Eight guys carrying clubs attack a woman. Sounds like Antifa to me. It’s who they are.
Of course, atheist activist PZ Myers identifies as “Antifa.” He has long fantasized about harming other humans.