This week in Washington D.C., left-wing ANTIFA thugs were videotaped harassing US Senator Ted Cruz, a Latino, and his wife as they tried to eat dinner at a D.C. restaurant. The group followed the Cruz’s into the building, surrounded them, yelled in their faces and even surrounded their table. ANTIFA actually filmed the entire thing themselves as one of their members badgered Senator Cruz about Brett Kavanaugh. The couple eventually had to leave the restaurant.
ANTIFA then took to Twitter, claiming the entire operation in a long tweet thread which included video of the entire event. They concluded it with this:
This is a message to Ted Cruz, Bret Kavanaugh, Donald Trump and the rest of the racist, sexist, transphobic, and homophobic right-wing scum: You are not safe. We will find you.
So, left-wing thugs ANTIFA tracked down a US Senator in a public place, harassed him, yelled at him and his wife, and then used the Twitter platform to make it go viral and also added a threat.
Why is ANTIFA not banned from Twitter over this?
Tweets designed to threaten, belittle, demean and silence individuals have no place on this platform.
Here’s a question for the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey. How is what ANTIFA just did to Senator Cruz and his wife any different at all to what you banned Alex Jones for? They targeted two people at a public space, harassed them, belittled, demeaned and tried to silence them. They even went a step further and added in an actual threat. This is miles worse than what Alex Jones did to Oliver Darcy. As of this morning, the Washington D.C. ANTIFA Twitter account (@SmashRacismDC) is still active.