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A disturbing Antifa website is calling for physical violence against supporters of President Donald Trump and capitalists.

The site "It’s Going Down," which has become a resource for self-described “anti-fascist” activists, encourages violence against anyone it labels a "fascist."

A poster published on the site in April shows a man in a Make America Great Again hat being cornered by a bayonet, with a silhouette of a Nazi in the background.


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"It’s Going Down" justifies violence as not only good but necessary to the survival of minorities and the disenfranchised.

A library of downloadable publications on the website offers long-form articles that call for “insurrectionary mass resistance and refusal” and militant tactics against employers and law enforcement.

Evergreen State College, in Olympia, Washington, has recently been under siege by Antifa protesters, forcing the state school to move its graduation off campus.

Just days ago, Antifa "black bloc" activists clashed with a pro-Trump group which organized a free speech rally in Olympia and then walked to campus. The rally's organizer said he was pepper-sprayed and left bloodied by the angry mob and some rally-goers found their vehicle tires slashed. 

An Antifa protester was arrested in Pennsylvania last week for allegedly using a flagpole with a nail on top to stab a police horse.

Other Antifa protesters were accused of using bike locks to attack opponents in Berkeley last month. 

Watch a report on Antifa above, and share your reaction in the comments.


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