Breaking – Antifa in Berkeley nuts up

Members of Antifa Berkeley haver turned violent — shocking, we know — with the black-clad protesters shouting, “This is for Charlottesville” as they take over Martin Luther King Jr. park. Police have reportedly retreated, at least for now:

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13 Responses to Breaking – Antifa in Berkeley nuts up

  1. Unclezip says:

    Ah, summer. A hot one, to boot.

  2. Miles Long says:

    “Police are trying to figure out what to do…”

    A small nuclear device could be a wonderful thing.

  3. mark r says:

    Maybe they should call in the National Guard and they could shout ”
    This is for Liberty” just before they open fire.

  4. AC says:

    One of their chants – “No hate, no wall, no USA at all.”

    Are we there yet?

  5. Elmo says:

    “Police are trying to figure out what to do…”

    They already know what to do, which is to do what they’re told, collect their six figure salaries, make it to retirement in their early fifties and then go fishing.
    Otherwise they wouldn’t be Berkeley cops.

  6. Hillbilly says:

    Five or six hundred $20 bills dropped from a helicopter about a block down from the protest. Compared to the cop’s overtime that’s cheap. I understand the cops are CHP.

  7. friendofman says:

    The intra-fighting can and should be exploited no?

  8. Tsquared says:

    Military grade CS gas and water cannons to wash away the filth.

  9. Pete says:

    started thinking… long before Charlottesville… what effect a handful of riflemen in strong positions might have on these “protests.” Are we there yet?

  10. KB says:

    Best the WH and DOJ do nothing.
    That is there Goal ny there very LACK od Action.

  11. northernva says:

    Was Moldylocks spotted?

    • crazyeighter says:

      Moldylocks, Pelosi, Hillary, Chuck Schumer and the like won’t be within miles of an event like this.

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