EXPOSED: Liberal Mayor Found to Be Member of ANTIFA GROUP – This Needs to Go VIRAL!


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In the wake of Antifa’s devastation, many are wondering how they seemingly came out of nowhere. Just several months ago they were hardly even a concern, and now, they’re rioting across half the nation, destroying confederate monuments, and assaulting innocent conservatives.


Unfortunately, liberal mastermind George Soros and his capitalist cronies of the Bilderberg group had laid the foundation down for Antifa over the past decade. Now, we’re reaping what they’ve sown—Marxist philosophies, hatred towards America, and identity politics.

What’s worse is that the mayor of a major city in California was just found to be part of the Antifa group, By Any Means Necessary (BAMN). This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as the West Coast is perhaps the most heavily populated Antifa base throughout all the US.

Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin is not only a member of the radical Antifa group BAMN, but he’s also friends with the far left Yvette Felarca, who’s been caught assaulting Trump voters in the streets, while teaching her students to revolt against Trump.

Breitbart reports:

Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin is a member of the anti-fascist Facebook group, By Any Means Necessary, which orchestrated the riots that occurred ahead of a scheduled lecture by Milo Yiannopoulos.

Berkley Mayor Jesse Arreguin was revealed to be a member of the anti-fascist group, By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), on Facebook. BAMN orchestrated the violence that shut down a scheduled lecture at UC Berkeley featuring Milo Yiannopoulos in early 2017. Arreguin is allegedly also friends with BAMN leader, Yvette Felarca, on Facebook.

They were also involved in the violent clashes earlier this month.

Felarca defended the violence that occurred ahead of Yiannopoulos’ scheduled event in a local television interview following the riots.

“Well first off, Milo Yiannopolous is a fascist, and a white nationalist,” Miss Felarca said in an interview with KTVU. That’s funny, because apparently she must not have gotten the memo that Mr. Yiannopolous is a gay Jew who exclusively dates black men.

The liberal professor is a member of BAMN as well, which has previously been investigated for engaging in terrorist activities by both the FBI and DoD in 2005 and 2009 respectively. Is it any wonder that this Berkeley Mayor scumbag is a part of this organization?

BAMN was investigated for engaging in terrorist activities in 2005 by the FBI. In 2009, the Department of Defense classified the group’s activities as “low-level terrorism.” In June 2016, BAMN led a violent counter-protest outside a white nationalist rally that resulted in ten people being hospitalized with stab wounds.

Often described as a “militant left-wing” activist group, BAMN frequently engages in violent forms of protests. A Berkeley newspaper noted in 2001 that the group was a front for an “an obscure Detroit-based Trotskyist political party called the Revolutionary Workers League.”

Breitbart News has reached out to Mayor Arreguin for comment.

Many have already contacted the Berkeley mayor, expressing their anger at his refusal to quell the liberal riots. On that fateful day, which sparked protests from the right wing constitutionalists, dozens of crybaby, millennials put on their black masks and rioted throughout the campus, destroying over $100,000 worth of property.

How is it that this man can be elected mayor of a major US city, and yet he has ties to a terrorist organization? Something is seriously wrong with the folks in California if they elected this man into office—and come November 6th, 2018, we need to make a change.

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