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Antifa Assaults Police Officers in Boston

Last weekend, around 200 people gathered in Boston for a “straight pride parade”. These 200 some-odd straight-pride marchers, however, were met in Boston by thousands of Antifa protesters, and it didn’t take long at all for the event to turn violent.

Unsurprisingly, almost all of the violence that took place over the weekend in Boston was carried out at the hands of Antifa rather than the straight pride marchers. In addition to assaulting the marchers that they were protesting against, though, these Antifa thugs also took the time to assault Boston police officers on the scene as well.

Dozens of Antifa members were arrested at the event for crimes ranging from carrying weapons to assault and battery, making it abundantly clear which side actually presents a threat to peace and civility. Rather than drawing the ire of the Democratic Party for these crimes, though, ANTIFA continues to enjoy support from their leftist leaders. In fact, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez even encouraged her Twitter followers to help post bail for the Antifa members who were arrested at the event.

The threat of Antifa is growing, and so is their body count – and yet the Democratic Party remains silent. To learn more about the crimes committed by Antifa members in Boston and the Democratic party’s nonexistent response, be sure to check out the video below.


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