Antifa Group Accuses White House of 'Bullying' North Korea
Two anti-Trump groups have expressed sympathy for North Korea as tensions rise between the dictatorship and the U.S.
"We should not be comfortable with the largest military power in the world bullying a small, isolated country and terrorizing the people of that entire region. ... This is a nightmare," wrote the "resistance" group "Refuse Fascism."
"Resistance" groups or Antifa are known for their violent demonstrations and protests against the Trump administration. On Inauguration Day rioters set a limousine on fire and smashed windows and other property in Washington, D.C. At the University of California's Berkeley campus earlier this year protesters started fires and destroyed property.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has threatened to drop nuclear bombs on New York City and Los Angeles and has swiftly expanded the country's nuclear program. On Sunday, the rogue nation performed its largest nuclear test yet.
His threats have elicited a no-nonsense response from President Trump, who promised to respond with "fire and fury" to any attempt upon the United States.
The Marxist group Workers World Party also supports the North Korean regime.
"U.S. hands off Korea!" the group wrote in a magazine editorial titled "Korea won’t be intimidated."
The members of the pro-North Korea groups tend to resemble either anarchists or communists.
The president has expressed a desire for a peaceful resolution, and has threatened to cease trade with any nation that does business with North Korea, including powerful North Korean ally China.
Watch The Daily Caller's Christopher Bedford react above.