Word Has Surfaced That Antifa Has Serious Plans For November 4th

There are a lot of conversations about the Antifa war talk and November 4th. It is hard to discern what Antifa’s true intentions are. They are pushing openly for an overthrow of our government. They have practiced violence in the past. They claim that they want peaceful protests in the street. Do they really want to start a Civil War? Here are some thoughts.

As Written By Tom Knighton for Bearing Arms:

The idea that Antifa is planning some naughtiness doesn’t really come as a shock. The loose organization is notorious for causing trouble–usually violent trouble–anywhere they show up. It’s what they do. They don’t just hold up a handful of signs and chant some semi-clever slogans. No, they start fires, break windows, and hit people with bicycle locks.

Now word has surfaced that Antifa has something serious planned for November 4th. A series of posts on social media claim the group is planning on launching a civil war on that day, as a matter of fact.

However, Antifa members argue they plan nothing of the sort. Instead, their own social media accounts seem to claim they simply plan protests for that day.

Now, to be sure, Antifa’s protests may well look like the start of a civil war, what with all the wanton destruction of property and the violence against anyone not obviously on their side, however, for them that’s just a “peaceful protest.” One can only imagine what their idea of kicking off a civil war would look like.

However, the group behind the protests claims they have no intention of doing any such thing.

What is actually happening on November 4? A protest is being launched by the activist group Refuse Fascism, which is intended to stir a non-violent mass movement to remove Trump from office, according to Perry ………


Is Antifa Planning A Civil War To Start On November 4th?

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