A supporter of President Donald Trump managed to infiltrate the highly organized Antifa terrorist organization. He was able to record a phone message and “capture” text messages from members of the organization.
We give it to you straight: the content is absolutely disturbing!
In Antifa’s messages, you can see how members of the violent group openly talk about killing members of the police, as well as attacking local Republicans.
The terrorist organization was allegedly responsible for the attack on the former home of Officer Barry Brodd.
Brodd had testified in the Derek Chauvin case.
And after that, blood stains and a severed pig’s head appeared at his former home in Santa Rosa, north of San Francisco.
Apparently, the vandals believed he was still living there.
The Trump supporter told the ABC7 team that he infiltrated the group of activists in Sonoma County who call themselves anti-fascists.
According to the ABC7 report published May 2, shocking comments were exposed in the recordings during an online meeting of far-left activists in Sonoma County.
Antifa members were discussing a possible protest:
Group leader: “It’s May Day, baby, like come out and take, take somethin’ over with us, I don’t, I don’t (bleep)-ing know.”
Member: “Let’s kill people. (laughs)”
Group Leader: “Let’s kill some cops.”
The undercover MAGA follower also provided ABC7 with the “target list” and recordings of how the violent group planned their attacks:
“So, I saw that they were here, I read their manifesto, and I could tell that they were a threat to the community, and somebody needed to do something about this,” the infiltrator explained.
The manifesto referred to by the MAGA movement insider is uploaded to the internet and disseminated by the Instagram user named SoCo (Sonoma County) Radical Action.
The manifesto reads:
“Don’t hesitate, don’t wait … the brick in the street is meant to be thrown! The paint in the can is meant to be sprayed! The cop on your head is meant to be killed!”
The Trump supporter noted that these people communicate through the encrypted messaging app Wickr.
“I said, ‘Comrade, you know, I, I want to smash the system the same as you,’ you know, make them not feel alone because that’s what they really want to hear to know that there are more people like them,” the infiltrator said.
The MAGA supporter obtained messages, documents, and recordings of their meetings that clarify the violent nature of this group that the Trump Administration labeled “terrorist.” And apparently, it is not an exaggerated claim.