Antifa Distributes 'Hit List' in Virginia Ahead of Massive Second Amendment Rally


Monday is Lobbying Day in Richmond, Virginia, and citizens are out in full force attempting to persuade their state legislators into adhering to the Constitution’s inalienable right to bear arms.

This event has been on the books for some time, and the buildup has been a bit troubling.  Far too many “tacticool” rabble-rousers have spent the last few months warning of a “boogaloo” online; slang for a violent uprising meant to bring about a second civil war or revolution.  This has tainted the outlook for the demonstration, almost guaranteeing that some low-level hothead could send everything spiraling out of control.

Furthermore, the presence of far-left terror organization Antifa has stoked fears that such violence may be on the horizon.  The discovery of an Antifa “hit list” certainly hasn’t helped things.

A Virginia Antifa chapter has released a hit list of several conservative figures and journalists who will make an appearance at the 2nd Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia, on Monday.

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The chapter, called Antifa Seven Hills, created a list of what they call “known fascists and sympathizers,” which includes conservatives affiliated with Infowars like Owen Shroyer, journalists Mike Adams and Jacob Engels, veteran Joe Biggs, and even Trump insider Roger Stone.

Additionally, American Policy Center president Tom DeWeese reported that Antifa is planning to disguise themselves as Trump supporters so they can commit violence to portray all conservatives at the even as violent extremists.

Antifa made headlines in 2019 after violently assaulting conservative journalist Andy Ngo in Portland, Oregon, sending the news writer to the hospital while attempting to cover a rally by the radical leftist group.

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