Antifa is violent. Antifa is dangerous. Antifa is not the “anti-fascist” organization they like to fancy themselves as being. They are a hate group. None of this is likely news to you.
Late-night podcaster Steven Crowder and his producer went undercover for a “long time” to find out just how violent this group can get. They followed the preparation of a Utah-based group that intended to disrupt Ben Shapiro’s speech.
At this point, none of this should be news to you, either. Here’s the real juice to the story: mainstream media chose to ignore it. Why? Because it goes against their script. It conflicts with their narrative. It’s a wrinkle in their agenda.
If the exact same scenario played out with Nazis or KKK members or any other hate group other than Antifa, this would have blown up bigger than football players kneeling during the National Anthem. Since it exposed the group that MSM has secretly pledged fealty to, standard operating procedure kicked in. Ignore. Walk away. Pretend like it doesn’t exist. Paint it as a non-story. Hope that nobody notices.
Somebody needs to notice. Crowder and his producer need to have their footage and story told to the entire country.
One of the reasons they are so influential, Crowder explains, is their broad support base on the Left. “Antifa is in a PR battle, so what they claim and what they do is very different,” says Crowder. But behind the scenes, they are organizing and planning — as his undercover operatives found out firsthand — to enact violence.