Source: The Washington Post
But it was not true. The Times retracted its story. The identified individuals were not members of antifa; in fact, two of them appeared on an antifa website identifying them as fascists.
That’s not to whom van der Veen was referring, though. He was apparently referring to John Earle Sullivan, the man who filmed the shooting of Ashli Babbitt on Jan. 6.
Sullivan’s background is unusual, as The Washington Post reported last month. He’s been involved in demonstrations supporting left-wing causes — but also right-wing ones.
“Sullivan’s reputation as an agitator and bad actor has followed him into other protest circles,” we reported. “In encrypted chats among left-leaning activists, organizers routinely flag posts by Sullivan to new members, saying, ‘Don’t trust that guy’ and, pointing to his past ties with the Proud Boys, ‘He’s a double agent.’”
Antifa, humbug. There is no such organization on par with the white christian nationalist. Oh, it’s there in some loose knit group of people with somewhat similar anarchist goals. Those are despised by most lefties.