Antifa “struck again” yesterday in Washington D.C. after a 2 p.m. gathering for a “DC Queer and Trans Black History Month March and Rally” throughout the city which continued into the evening. The event was organized by groups who call themselves the Total Liberation Collective and the Palm Collective.
The group wore all-black and carried so-called “anti-fascist” banners, while shouting chants like “Black lives, they matter here” and “If we don’t get it, burn it down”.
Police attempted to block Antifa from involving innocent bystanders, as the groups attempted to terrorize people sitting at restaurants eating dinner.
Antifa has had a rocky year filled with violent protests and scuffles with police. Many falsely assumed that after President Joe Biden was inaugurated, the unrest would die down. However, this has not been the reality. Protests have been ongoing in Portland and Seattle and Washington, as Antifa has claims since Biden took office that “they don’t want him”, either.