Leftist publications like Mic and Vox dismiss Antifa's obsession with militant communist insurrection as a "fabrication of the far-right" or as some type of "outlier bias", but as we have demonstrated in article after article after article after article; this is unequivocally false.
This theme of wishing to publicly execute ideological opponents is alarmingly prevalent in far-left, communist circles.
Remember when vandals painted "#SomethingsComing" on the Central Park Columbus statue? Well, it's here.
New tweets from Professor Isaacson have surfaced that demonstrate a disturbing trend towards violence against the law enforcement community.
Throughout this review process we have maintained pressure on the administration and encouraged people to contact President Mason directly. One person who has also raised concerns with the President is NYU Liberal Studies Professor, Michael Rectenwald.
If you are interested in taking action against a public educator who advocates for political violence we strongly encourage you to contact John Jay College of Criminal Justice and demand they take appropriate action.
In addition to bringing Antifa and communist signs and flags they were also equipped with a variety of weapons including semi-automatic rifles.
The pictured fighters are part of a Marxist-Leninist, communist collective of soldiers fighting under the banner of the International Freedom Battalion (IFB).
In a recent blog titled "Everywhere a Battlefield", this trend continues as they claim "The war is not coming—it is here and now" and then discuss the need for weapons training and more "revolutionary violence".
The media's deliberate misrepresentation of the "No to Marxism in America" rally jeopardized the safety and well being of the organizer and the hundreds of people who publicly said they were attending. This is extremely dangerous, unethical, and an utter failure of journalistic integrity.