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WATCH – Cuomo Believes Violent Antifa Communists Are Batman-Like Heroes *VIDEO* #Antifa #Democrats #Batman

CNN host Chris Cuomo’s controversial statement that “all punches are not equal,” proves that he believes in the destruction of the United States. After all, they are Communists, and have clearly stated they wish to overthrow the government and force America to become a Soviet-styled Communist hell hole.

Speaking during an on-air segment, political and social issues commentator Anthony Brian Logan said the issue of violence is a simple one.


“You can’t put your hands on somebody and then hide behind some kind of moral high ground. So don’t touch people if you don’t want to be touched, it’s really just as simple as that. It doesn’t matter what political affiliation the other person is.”

Anarchist playwright Brenton Lengel disagreed, saying that “violence can be used to prevent greater violence.”

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He went on to say that “there’s somebody that wears a mask, attacks dangerous people without personal provocation, puts their hands on them, and you know who it is? It’s Batman. This type of behavior is justified in our society…”

So based on his logic, it would be acceptable for American patriots to hit the streets and brutally beat Antifa to death?

Excellent! When do we begin?

When Logan mentioned that innocent bystanders including schoolteachers, police officers, and members of the media often get injured as a result of Antifa violence, Lengel deflected away from his support of the Communist traitor organization, saying “the media is also being attacked by [US President] Donald Trump as well.”


The “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018,” legislation introduced in the House, carries a potential 15-year prison sentence for those caught engaging in behaviors typically associated with the “antifa” movement of anti-fascist activists.

Under the act, anyone “wearing a mask” or in disguise who “injures, oppresses, threatens, or intimidates any person … in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege” would be subject to a fine or up to 15 years in prison.

The bill was introduced in the House last month but received renewed attention on Tuesday after conservative personality Mike Cernovich encouraged his followers to call their representatives and “let them know what you think” about the legislation.

Antifa activists, who often wear masks, have gained nationwide attention for engaging in violent clashes. Many activists in the movement have also disrupted actions planned by white supremacist groups.

The bill was introduced by Republican Rep. Dan Donovan (N.Y.) and is co-sponsored by GOP Reps. Pete King (N.Y.), Paul Gosar (Ariz.) and Ted Budd (N.C.).

The bill is currently in the House Judiciary Committee.


James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
August 16th, 2018


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