Antifa fools went to Sturgis biker rally and it didn’t end well for them

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According to video footage that has emerged, it appears a tiny group of Antifa and Black Lives Matter extremists almost got their world rocked to pieces either last weekend or this weekend at the 350,000+ strong Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

One of the two video clips that emerged shows Antifa/BLM activists holding up signs in the middle of the rally as police protect them from the tens of thousands of bikers.


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Take note of the fact that, though some of the bikers were mocking and harassing the Antifa/BLM extremists, they kept their distance and never attacked.

The exact opposite ALWAYS happens when conservative protesters show up to an Antifa/BLM rally or event. During riots in Portland, Oregon this Saturday, for instance, Antifa/BLM goons harassed, threatened and attacked a group of men for the apparent crime of counter-protesting their documented extremism and fascism.


Another video shows everybody at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally suddenly start yelling at the Antifa/BLM extremists for reasons that remain unclear.

According to some reports, the extremists’ ringleader had been inciting the crowd. This hasn’t been either confirmed or debunked yet.

However, the footage from the rally does show local officers tackling and then apprehending the extremists’ purple-haired ringleader.


Afterward, the bikers hollered and sort of cheered as the rest of the extremists were, it would appear, escorted out of the rally.

According to Twitter users, the extremists were damn lucky that they didn’t act out violently the way they usually do at virtually every other event they hijack, because even with police protection, they would have been at risk of serious harm.


Those bikers weren’t children — they were grown men, many of whom likely had military experience and knew how to handle themselves in a fight.

The last time Antifa/BLM hooligans came face-to-face with real men, they got completely wrecked.

Watch below for a reminder:

After the first round of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally last weekend, the Argus Leader ran a report about an Antifa/BLM goon from Seattle who’d been arrested for graffiti.

“Sturgis Police Chief Geody VanDewater said a man likely in his 20s was arrested Friday night for graffiti in downtown Sturgis. He said the man was probably charged with intent to damage, although he has not seen the report,” the outlet reported.

“He said the suspect was intoxicated and his vandalism caused an estimated $10,000 in damage, including the Domino’s Mount Rushmore mural.”

There’s a possibility, though it’s not clear either way, that the man arrested for graffiti was the same purple-haired punk seen arrested in the video above.

“VanDewater said he thinks the man was caught in the act and is the main actor in the graffiti, although he was traveling with a group of friends,” the Argus Leader added.

And obviously, the purple-haired guy had also been “traveling with a group of friends,” i.e., a group of fellow extremists.


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