If you didn’t think members of ANTIFA could get any more odious, the Berkeley sect of the domestic terrorist group has been actively stalking Republicans.
As the Berkeley College Republicans met at a local restaurant Wednesday evening, local ANTIFA members tweeted out their exact location with the names of those in attendance.
“BCR meeting right now inside Eureka at 2068 Center St after drinking with Kyle Chapman and Joey Gibson at Fashy’s, I mean, Pappy’s,” the domestic terror group announced via Twitter. “Inside right now is Troy Worden, Ashton Whitty, Naweed Tahmas, Matt Ronnau, Angelie Castenada, and two others.”
This isn’t the first time the College Republicans have been targeted by the group.
Ashton Whitty, one of the conservative students at the university, states she was threatened and stalked by several ANTIFA members at a gas station in late August. Video evidence shows the domestic terrorists attacking her vehicle as she drives away.
“Antifa has taken pictures of me, they’ve followed me on the street, and have tracked my location using social media,” she told Campus Reform. “It’s rather odd why these people would see us as such a priority when we’re just everyday people.”
Vice president of the Berkeley College Republicans Naweed Tahmas condemned the actions of ANTIFA but vowed that their intimidation tactics “will not stop us.”
“Conservatives in Berkeley are routinely targeted, harassed, and stalked,” he said while talking to Campus Reform. “Knowing that they have sympathizers within both the city administration and university administration, leftist groups will continue to target conservatives as they know there are no consequences to their actions.”
“It has become socially acceptable in Berkeley to physically beat someone for being a conservative,” he added. “In fact, it is even encouraged.”
By Any Means Necessary leader Yvonne Felarca was arrested on Tuesday for “battery and resisting arrest” during the groups “Victory March” in the city.
Yvonne Felarca, 47, of Oakland, was arrested near Telegraph Ave and Channing Way for battery and resisting arrest. pic.twitter.com/AsZlCsdLC7
— Berkeley Police (@berkeleypolice) September 26, 2017
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