Antifa Victim Dead? - Thugs Shut Down US Campus With Lethal Violence
Antifa draws blood at Berkeley. Multiple bloody attacks on Trump supporters. Have we passed the point of no return?
The lunatic left has crossed a clear Rubicon in the last couple of days with their non-stop unhinged rioting in response to Donald Trump's so-called "Muslim ban."
The students at Berkeley staged an all out insurrection against Milo Yiannopoulos' speaking event on their campus. Students and Antifa agitators attacked the police with fireworks, stormed the barricades, set signs on fire and forced the entire Berkelely campus to shut down.
But it was not just the police guarding Milo that ended up being attacked. Several Trump supporters got caught in the mob maelstrom as well.
This video shows the aftermath of one man being knocked out by a mob of Antifa manning a road blockade.
You can clearly see him lying sprawled out on the ground, unconscious with Antifa circling around his body and prodding him with their flag poles. He left a pool of blood on the ground, that according to some eyewitness, Antifa tried to mop up with sponges before the police arrived.
So far, there has been speculation that the man was hit with a shovel or one of the flag poles.
Antifa likes to use these flag poles as weapons because of plausible deniability. And internet sleuths from one of the most politically incorrect corners of the web have already zeroed in on the identity of the attacker.
Internet sleuths have already zeroed in on who they believe to be the man responsible for the attack. You can see for yourself what they have to say on the topic over on sites like 4chan.
This comes on the heels of a similar attack in O'hare airport where a Trump supporter was viciously knocked out by a similar crowd of Antifa thugs. And even before that, there was a hit and run on Richard Spencer - an Alt-Right leader- during Trumps innauguration in Washington, DC.
Will the events at Berkeley be the straw that broke the camel's back of middle america's patience?
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