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Antifa Infiltrator? Gun Rallygoers Turn
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Posted By: Hazymac, 1/20/2020 10:45:17 PM

Rallygoers at the Virginia capital pro-Second Amendment Lobby Day have been on high alert for several days leading up to the event and warning one another that infiltrators from Antifa or other anti-gun groups could be in their crowd posing as pro-gun, but stirring up trouble and violence. An incident occurred at the Richmond rally that has some people wondering if they've just discovered one of these opposition plants. The video below shows a thin man wearing army-style clothing and claiming to be a libertarian while encouraging someone who is speaking to "start a revolution right now" and "hop that fence and kill that guy."

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Our side is very good at self-policing. This probable Antifa plant, encouraging violence, was immediately sussed out by the Second Amendment supporters. Antifa style rudeness and aggression aren't our style, so our side will never start a fight. We don't start fights--we end them.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: berthabutt 1/20/2020 10:54:40 PM (No. 293750)
Thanking God for answered prayers! More common sense on our side than hate on theirs.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: curious1 1/20/2020 10:54:40 PM (No. 293751)
Or an FBL/CIA plant. Remember, they don't think they work for us, they think they should rule us.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: DVC 1/20/2020 11:13:51 PM (No. 293758)
Lucky he didn't get hauled off somewhere and taught not to infiltrate.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: ZeldaFitzg 1/20/2020 11:16:56 PM (No. 293760)
Beware of infiltrators, including right here, especially during national election time.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 1/21/2020 12:04:37 AM (No. 293774)
All the guy could do was run his mouth and incite violence. Nobody listened to him. He was too afraid to step out of line himself. All those guns made for a respectful crowd.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: NYbob 1/21/2020 12:14:07 AM (No. 293780)
I think it is quite possible he didn't make himself clear while trying to argue with the other guy before people around him were jumping to judgement. They hear part of a conversation and suddenly they know all about him without hearing him out. He had none of the usual aggressiveness of activist left. I think he was a young guy who said one word that brought out the paranoia of a tense crowd. I've been a vocal supporter of the right to be armed for any citizen with a clean record since 1993, but I don't want to be part of a mob that jumps on someone who is just talking. Not shouting, not pushing, not cursing or name calling, just talking.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 1/21/2020 12:19:24 AM (No. 293786)
#6, urging people to kill someone is not "just talking", it is inciting violence. Not acceptable.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Heraclitus 1/21/2020 12:22:33 AM (No. 293788)
The "agents provocateur" is an old tried and true tactic. I saw it for myself back in '68 when I went, for the first and last time, to one of the largest "peace" demonstration ever, in Chicago. As we sat waiting for the start, a couple of people came by and whispered that "the rads are forming at the rear." The "rads", I was told, were the radicals. And I saw for myself what my Mom had told us kids that mostly outside agitators would show up at campuses and wherever there was a march of whatever description. I saw the "rads" harass the cops who lined the streets, and they rushed the lines at the civic center where the Picasso sculpture is. There's something profoundly evil about these people whose sole purpose it to cause violence and bloodshed. Amen, #1
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Reply 9 - Posted by: chumley 1/21/2020 12:33:02 AM (No. 293796)
To expand on #4's point, we have had infiltrators here before. Several years back during one of the gun control pushes, this guy nobody ever saw before shows up and starts commenting like he had been here forever. His comments usually started with something like "I'm a gun owner but...". The he would cite his expertise in the mental health field and why we should all surrender our rights because he's worked with nuts. Then, when the legislation failed he disappeared as quick as he showed up.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: John Gee 1/21/2020 12:56:07 AM (No. 293803)
The interesting thing about this news is that only a lone agitator was "apprehended" in the act. Think about that. You know there were millions who fantasized, and thousands who seriously considered, yet only one got far enough along to come to our attention. It says just one thing: Our "opponents" are weaklings, pathetic without the backing of their media machine.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: NYbob 1/21/2020 1:11:38 AM (No. 293806)
#7 did you watch the video? I see him talking to the guy on the right, after we join a conversation that had been going on. He asks him about starting a revolution and asks the guy if he would kill someone one, in a rhetorical way. I don't hear him 'urging,' but you do. Since neither one of us was there to hear the entire conversation, who knows? Maybe I'm right and he had a word that was seized on in a way he didn't mean or he is the worst undercover agent in the world. I think the entire demonstration was a show of strength and resolve. Like most of the gun owners I know, everyone was well behaved and responsible, but we are kidding ourselves if we don't think everyone was also on edge and very sensitive to provocation. Someone overhears part of a conversation and a conclusion is reached instantly. NO back and forth. Instant label. NO questions for the guy on the right about what they were talking about. ONE guy labels him an agent because he says he is a libertarian and suddenly people want to DOX him. How about TALKING to him to find out what his point was? Some think they know the whole story based on part of a video of part of a conversation. If that isn't a mirror image of what the left media do all day long, I don't know what is. If I'm there and I say people DIED for this right and someone thinks I threatened someone, I guess I should get the F out, right?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Catherine 1/21/2020 2:45:56 AM (No. 293831)
Many years ago, in a small southern town, we had visited relatives and were going home. Daddy pulled aside at a gathering of people. We got out and joined the crowd. A man was standing on his car trying to incite violence against blacks. In the heat of the moment lots of men rushed forward, including my dad. My mother grabbed him and we went back to the car. In the end, the crowd was stopped by law enforcement but the man inciting the violence had thrown himself in the front seat of his car. When the police were trying to pull him off, his wife screamed "don't hit him, he lying on the baby." They didn't hit him but they got him free. Next day he admitted he'd been paid to start racial trouble. Strangely enough, the black people in this town said when the black leaders brought their children down to fight this stuff, then their kids would. But until then, leave them alone.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Gruntmedic 1/21/2020 5:28:26 AM (No. 293863)
I knew they would put plants into try and cause trouble.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: franq 1/21/2020 5:54:00 AM (No. 293868)
At least the major media outlets are in mourning today. No one got killed.
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