Weren't They an 'Idea?' Antifa Allegedly Destroys Starbucks in Seattle

Nick Kangadis | October 5, 2020
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But wait, I thought the communists in Antifa were an “idea, not an organization?” Forget the fact that I’ve personally encountered Antifa on more than one occasion. I guess “ideas” can cause destruction just as much as organizations, because if they couldn’t then it must’ve been ghosts who attempted to destroy a Starbucks in Seattle over the weekend.

The Blaze’s Elijah Schaffer, who has been on the ground covering the protests, riots and looting of the left for at least the last few months, posted a video of what he called “Seattle Antifa” allegedly breaking windows, setting off large fireworks and throwing objects at a Starbucks.

Here’s the video:

The sad part is that we hear police sirens almost throughout the short clip, but the “Seattle Antifa” members didn’t seem to fazed by the police presence.

The left has played cover for Antifa for at least a couple of years now.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo condoned their actions back in 2018 so long as they were being violent towards “fascists.”

Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) called Antifa “Imaginary” back in June and a “myth” in July.

Former vice president Joe Biden told the country during his September 29 debate with President Donald Trump that “Antifa is an idea, not an organization.”

Oh, if only we could all live in an ideological bubble. That’s a joke. That sounds horrible.