ANTIFA Thug ‘Copped Plea’ For Assaults During Night for Freedom Event

ANTIFA members in New York City are treated as if they are the peaceful demonstrators and the conservatives are the Fascists.

An “ANTIFA” (Anti-Fascist} street thug, who is part of a radical Neo-Marxist movement intent on overthrowing the Trump Administration, is facing jail time for an aggravated assault on a Republican celebrant during a conservative event in New York City’s Manhattan borough.

“A 32-year-old ANTIFA member named David Campbell copped a plea on Friday for his role in the brutal beating outside the Night for Freedom party in Manhattan. The pro-Trump organization-sanctioned get together was the idea of conservative filmmaker and activist Mike Cernovich.

Campbell pleaded guilty to two counts of felony assault and will be sentenced on Oct. 23 to 18 months in the slammer, reps for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. told The Post.

Campbell was arrested near the venue, a nightclub at West 50th Street and 12th Avenue on Jan. 20 2018, after he punched and choked a 56-year-old man he had followed out of the event, police said. He was one of about 80 ANTIFA agitators protesting the gathering.

“When the Proud Boys [a conservative fraternal organization] got into a street fight with ANTIFA members, it was a nationwide story. The Mayor and AG tweeted about the street fight. When ANTIFA hoodlums  attacked a 56-year-old man, [there was] silence from the press,” Cernovich told The Post, a New York newspaper owned by Newscorp and media-giant Rupert Murdoch.

“Now that the criminal case is closed, I will also be taking legal action against Mr. Campbell and his confederates. It is time to find out who else is funding ANTIFA besides multi-billionaire George Soros,” he said.

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