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New York: Violent Antifa Protester Pleads Guilty to Assault

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When you act like a violent thug because other people aren’t indoctrinated to think exactly like you, you occasionally have to face the music for violating said other’s rights.

An alleged far-left Antifa “protester” plead guilty recently to two counts of felony assault that supposedly happened outside polarizing activist and blogger Mike Cernovich’s “Night For Freedom” party in Manhattan, N.Y. back in January 2018.

Representatives for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. told the New York Post that 32-year-old David Campbell “will be sentenced on Oct. 23 to 18 months” in jail.

Here’s video of Campbell’s arrest (WARNING: Some strong language):

 

For his part, Cernovich says that his legal ordeal against Campbell isn’t over quite yet.

“Now that the criminal case is closed, I will also be taking legal action against Mr. Campbell and his confederates. It is time to find out who is funding Antifa,” Cernovich said.

It would most certainly be interesting if Cernovich could get to the bottom of who exactly is behind the rise of Antifa. They are the most organized of people, so uncovering whoever the puppet master is would definitely make a headline or two.

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