Alt-left leader vows to ‘crush skulls’ at conservative prayer rally with nail-embedded baseball bat

How far are radical left-wing terrorists willing to go in their jihad against America and President Trump?  Try this on for size: A self-proclaimed “leader” of the alt-left has promised to “crush skulls” at an upcoming “Patriot Prayer” peace rally with a nail-embedded baseball bat.

A Twitter user going by the handle @ibPrinceJordan tweeted, “The Patriot Prayer rally is a nazi white supremacist event. I’ll be their (sic) to crush some nazi skulls.”

He made similar threats in other tweets before deleting them, but at least one was captured for posterity by Paul Joseph Watson:

“Can’t wait! Going to bring this nailed bat for some nazi pounding,” read another tweet.

Watson noted:

The user is located in San Francisco, which is where the event will take place at Crissy Field on Saturday, suggesting he does indeed plan to attend the march.

His Twitter bio reads, “Alt-Left resistance leader. iraq war survivor. cute communist & catholic.”

Despite numerous other prominent Twitter users drawing attention to the violent threat, the account has not been suspended.

One person identified the man making the threats:


Fox News said that “Patriot Prayer” was labeled a white supremacist hate group by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who apparently didn’t bother to check her facts or the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“The National Park Service’s decision to permit a white supremacist rally …raises grave and ongoing concerns about public safety,” Pelosi wrote on August 15. “Free speech does not grant the right to yell fire in a crowded theater, incite violence or endanger the public in any venue.”

She then wondered whether the decision to permit the “white supremacist rally” was made “under guidance from the White House,” Fox said, adding:

Not even the SPLC, known for using a broad brush when it brands conservative organizations as hate groups, has come to judge Patriot Prayer as harshly as the California Democrat.

The SPLC reportedly does not consider Patriot Prayer to be a hate group, and its organizer, Joey Gibson, is not considered an extremist.

The SPLC actually reported that at a recent rally, Gibson shouted from the stage, “F*** white supremacists!”

But facts don’t seem to matter to the insane, hateful left, which has labeled 63 million Americans white supremacists and Nazis.

One person told “Prince jordan”:

Watson further said:

Remember, in the aftermath of Charlottesville, the mainstream media relentlessly attacked Trump for saying both sides were responsible for violence, tacitly endorsing the violent alt-left.

CNN even changed a headline at the request of Antifa to disguise the fact that the group routinely engages in violence.

Given that the mainstream media has emboldened unhinged thugs by exalting them as “anti-fascists,” any violence that occurs at the “Patriot Prayer” rally will be their responsibility.


Exit questions: Does John McCain, Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio endorse this?  And will the federal government follow New Jersey’s lead and name Antifa a terrorist group at the request of hundreds of thousands of American citizens?


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Joe Newby

A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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