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‘We’re not gonna take this!’: Antifa goons find out quick they crashed the wrong anti-lockdown protest

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Have you ever seen an Antifa thug get wrecked by an American pro-Trump flag? If not, prepare to see exactly that.

A genuinely peaceful anti-lockdown, pro-business protest in Washington turned violent Saturday after left-wing extremists showed up and began causing trouble. But as is almost always the case whenever left-wing extremists come face to face with real men, they got wrecked — they got wrecked badly.

The protest was organized by state Rep. Vicki Kraft, a Republican who’s been fighting on behalf of the countless struggling businesses that have sustained losses because of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s draconian coronavirus lockdown rules.

“Right now, there are safe ways to reopen business. We’ve all been shopping at grocery stores, many have gone into Home Depot, Lowe’s Home Improvement store since the very beginning of all of this,” she said Friday in a radio show interview.

“The bottom line is we can do this safely, and it’s time, because if we don’t, our way of living and our way of economic structure will change for the worst. … So that’s what this event is designed to do is to focus on helping to make that happen.”

Sounds reasonable, no? Yet the protest/rally, which predictably featured a large number of pro-police, pro-Trump supporters, inspired so-called “anti-fascist” left-wing extremists to show up and stir trouble, as usual.

But instead of stirring trouble, they FOUND some trouble.

Watch footage from the protest below, and take note of the flag being wielded as a weapon by the guy in the yellow/greenish sweater (*Graphic content):

The behavior of the left-wing extremists received virtually zero mainstream media coverage. Instead, the demonstrably biased press fixated on the arrest of an alleged Trump supporter who’d allegedly opened fire during the event.

“Police arrested a 27-year-old man participating in a rally in support of President Donald Trump after he allegedly fired a gun at counter-protesters during a violent clash near the Washington state Capitol,” the Associated Press reported.

The press also ignored the fact that the protest was also attended by “a coalition of coaches, players and families” who’re attempting “to get the governor to reconsider” his closure of gyms and athletic facilities, as well as his canceling of all youth sports activities, as reported by local station KING.

“Treat these kids’ mental health as an essential rather than a secondary thing. Some people are in the worst situations of their lives right now and they don’t have a place to go and get the help they need and be around people who truly care about them,” one of the coaches, Maria Brauner, said to the station.

The station noted, “Coach Brauner said she’s not disputing that COVID-19 infection rates are rising but pointed to data that does not show significant transmission among youth sports programs where they do regular temperature checks, wear masks and keep groups small.”

Unfortunately, the facts have not been of interest to Inslee, ergo why Kraft had felt compelled to schedule a rally so that the voices of the people could be heard.

In a prepared statement, she reportedly wrote that the protest’s purpose was “to give the people of Washington State a united voice and grassroots platform to share the realities of their challenges with the ongoing shut down in a peaceful, respectful way with the Governor, Democrat Majority and Republican Minority Legislators in Olympia in accordance with the U.S. Constitution, 1st Amendment.”

But for whatever reason, this purpose was too sinister for the Antifa types in Olympia, though they weren’t alone. Antifa extremists were caught stirring trouble in other parts of the country as well.

Look:

Vivek Saxena

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