Hennepin County Flag Replaced by Antifa Flag

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Hennepin County in Minneapolis, MN, allowed the Antifa Flag to be raised over city hall in place of the Hennepin County flag as a “gesture of solidarity” with the folks in Charlottesville. Which is a poor way of doing it – Antifa is a violent, anarchist, terrorist organization.

Minnesota has been in the crosshairs of trouble since the shooting of Justine Damond. But allowing the flying of an anarchist, terrorist flag over city hall is completely out of whack. Should they just raise the ISIS flag too and make it even?



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So did the Minneapolis Police do anything? Nope – no arrests made. Is Minnesota now the territory of communists, anarchists, jihadis and nazis?

Antifa has its roots in NAZI GERMANY, as we previously reported. Putting up their flag does not send a message of “solidarity” with Heather Heyer or any other victim in Charlottesville. It sends a message of more hate, more violence.

So we will be very clear: White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and the New Black Panthers are ALL violent hate groups. They went to Charlottesville spoiling for a fight- evidenced by the fact that they were armed aforehand.

“And so we go to cause conflict, to shut them down where they are, because we don’t believe that Nazis or fascists of any stripe should have a mouthpiece.” Scott Crow, Antifa organizer

Said the Nazi to the other Nazis.

Update: protesters began burning the state flag, and a “Nazi Crucifix” as well in front of city hall. And THIS is anti-violence and solidarity with a victim. Not on your life.


H/T Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children


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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. She has been writing at Conservative Firing Line since 2013 as well. She is also a published author.

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