UPDATE: Recent events like Charlottesville and Boston have put Antifa on the map for some Americans who previously never heard of the group.
By the way … some say the group pronounces the name (“anti”-FA). I pronounce it (An-TEE-fa). Why? AntiFA is suppose to stand for anti-Fascist, hence the acronym. In truth, this is an anarchist and fascist group, with violent tendencies and an unhealthy love for communism. To me … that’s not antiFA So, I refuse to give the name the symbol it wrongly portrays.
If you don’t believe me about this group being anti-American … believe them.
— Boston Antifa (@AntifaBoston) August 19, 2017
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