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Jul 29 2019

No Charge for Trying to Lock In College Republicans

Surprise! A moonbat evidently acting on behalf of Antifa who tried to chain College Republicans inside a University of Washington-Seattle lecture hall will not be charged with any crime. Drones the prosecuting attorney’s office,

“We are declining to prosecute…because, based on the facts presented, it is unlikely that we would be able to prove he intentionally committed the crime of disorderly conduct beyond a reasonable doubt…

“Since we are unable to say what he intended to accomplish beyond a reasonable doubt, we decline to file a criminal charge.”

It is obvious what he was trying to accomplish: intimidation. That’s the objective of all Antifa antics. The point here was probably to insert the thought that if they can lock us in a lecture hall, they can lock us in a lecture hall and then start a fire. The purpose of Antifa is to make people afraid not to be moonbats.

If bashing someone’s head in with a bike lock only earns an Antifa goon probation, following through with the disorderly conduct arrest was too much ask of authorities.

Emerald City Antifa had specifically called for moonbats to “show up to deplatform” the event, which featured an appearance by the hosts of Operation Cold Front, lest someone say something that doesn’t comply with Antifa’s ideological requirements.

As noted at Legal Insurrection,

When behavior like this goes unpunished, it only encourages more.

Here’s video:

On a tip from Greg O.



One Response to “No Charge for Trying to Lock In College Republicans”

  1. […] Antifa has designated Juma and Thompson, who are Muslim and black, respectively, as “white supremacists,” confirming that this term means nothing more than “hated by leftists.” The two were speaking at the University of Washington last month when someone tried to chain the door shut after some egging on from Antifa. The culprit was then let go by prosecutors. […]


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