( Daily Caller ) A new undercover video shows a New York Times audience strategy editor Nick Dudich bragging about his anti-Trump bias and his history as a former Antifa member.
Conservative activist group Project Veritas released the video on Tuesday, showing Dudich joking about being objective, before saying: “No I’m not, that’s why I’m here.” Dudich emphasized his influence within the NYT’s newsroom, saying that “his “imprint is on every video we do.”
The editor also claimed to be a former Antifa member who frequently assaulted alleged neo-Nazis. “Yeah, I used to be an Anti-Fa punk once upon a time,” Dudich says, referring to the militant far-left movement that has repeatedly attacked conservatives and Trump supporters.
Dudich also referred to the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., as Trump’s “dumb f*** of a son.”
( Daily Caller ) Antifa in Berkeley has been stalking University of California – Berkeley College Republicans, listing them by name and alerting others to their physical whereabouts in real time.
On Wednesday, the Berkeley Antifa account on Twitter posted the private meeting place of several Berkeley College Republicans, whom they claimed had been “drinking with Kyle Chapman and Joey Gibson.”
Kyle Chapman, also known as “Based Stick Man,” is the Trump supporter who engaged in physical skirmishes against Antifa. He became Internet famous for hitting an Antifa supporter in the head in March. Joey Gibson is the founder of Patriot Prayer, a pro-Trump grassroots organization active in California and the Pacific Northwest.
Unlike other Antifa accounts on Twitter, the Berkeley Antifa account remains one of the “real” pro-Antifa accounts managed by members of the far-left, extremist movement based in the Southern California region. It has been known to incite violence against conservatives, free-speech advocates and anyone they deem to be “fascists.”
- Antifa is caught, on camera, handing Crowder’s producer deadly weapons and discussing violent tactics
Okay, gang. Steven Crowder and the team at LouderWithCrowder are sharing the biggest video they’ve ever done by far. They have worked tirelessly for months to infiltrate Antifa, and you’ll see what they found in the video below. Not only is Antifa’s violence premeditated, not only is it shocking, but the worst part? It falls into the shadows of a total media blackout.
Antifa is caught, on camera, handing Crowder’s producer deadly weapons and discussing violent tactics – and …there is more to come.
They offered the footage you see to multiple news sources; reporters who were there WHILE cops were confirming its authenticity, and they chose not to cover any of it.
Daily Caller first discovered that Hillary Clinton transferred $800,000 from her campaign over to her antifa-linked Super PAC ‘Onward Together’:
Clinton transferred $800,000 from her failed 2016 presidential campaign to Onward Together shortly before announcing the group’s launch in May, documents the campaign filed with the FEC reveal.
“Daily Caller reached out to five different Antifa linked groups, and only one was willing to deny donations from Onward Together. Soros-linked group, Indivisible, denied receiving financial support from Clinton or Onward Together.
“Onward Together has not given any financial support to us,” Helen Kalla, an Indivisible spokesperson, wrote to Daily Caller.
Kalla added that Clinton’s group has “been amplifying and highlighting our work through their digital networks,” which she explained has consisted of “retweeting [Indivisible], and they’ve highlighted our work via their emails to their list too.”
According to Federal Election Commission documents, Hillary Clinton transferred $800,000 from her failed political campaign “Hillary for America” to her new Super-PAC “Onward Together”, before she announced the existence of the PAC in May, 2017.
Amid other disturbing details, it’s now been revealed that “Onward Together” is a 501(c)4 “Social Welfare” organization, which means that it’s not required to disclose many of the details of its operations to the public or disclose who its donors are.
By receiving campaign funds, and then furnishing the funds to Antifa terrorist groups, Clinton may have implicated many of her supported in a crime.
Hillary Clinton, now too old to run for office, will go back to doing what she’s always done best, round up money from anonymous sources, and then use that money to influence elections and peddle power.”
Antifa and criminal justice professor Mike Isaacson, who teaches future police officers, suspended by John Jay College after dead cops tweet.
Isaacson, also co-founder of antifa group Smash Racism in DC , was put on administrative leave by John Jay College.
- Criminal Justice Professor Mike Isaacson: ‘It’s a privilege to teach future dead cops’
- The professor says antifa violence is “necessary” for social progress.
- He is co-founder of the Antifa organization Smash Racism D.C., promotes political violence
- Isaacson is a professor at John Jay College of criminal justice.
Mike Isaacson, a professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a co-founder of the Antifa organization Smash Racism D.C., promotes political violence. In a series of tweets, he also laughed at dead police officers.
Isaacson shared his support of political violence in an interview with The Hill Thursday, which was pointed out by Far Left Watch. The article, which explores the Antifa movement and its proponents in academia, got a few choice quotes from the professor.
“The justification [of the use of violence] is that Nazi ideology at its very core is founded on violence and on wielding power by any means,” Isaacson said.
“There is the question of whether these people should feel safe organizing as Nazis in public, and I don’t think they should,” he continued. “I don’t think anyone should think that someone who is intent on politically organizing for the sake of creating a state-sponsored genocide — I don’t think is something that we should protect.”
The professor says antifa violence is “necessary” for social progress.
Seven mug shots of antifa thugs arrested in Portland on Sunday after throwing smoke bombs at cops during counter-protest rally against Patriot Prayer group.
Antifa demonstrators hurled smoke and projectiles at police officers during rallies in downtown Portland on Sunday, injuring at least two, according to police.
The Rally and March Against White Nationalism, which was organized by the Portland Stands United Against Hate group, started off at a park on the waterfront with speakers leading demonstrators in song and prayers, Fox 12 reported.