The Soros- and Silicon Valley-backed terrorist organization, Antifa, is up to its old tricks once again, transporting violent criminals across state lines to incite riots and violence.
Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp tweeted out the news.
“Only one perpetrator arrested during Saturday’s riot is from Georgia,” he wrote. “None of those arrested during last week’s operation are from Georgia. Law enforcement demonstrated how quickly we shut down those trying to import violence from other states, and we’ll continue to do so.”
Antifa members then began encouraging members and supporters to converge on Atlanta for a “night of rage.”
Right on cue, pundits at CNN redefined the word “violence” in order to support their desired pro-Antifa narrative, despite their perpetual efforts to frame the J6 rally as domestic terrorism.
CNN guest David Peisner argued that the only people engaged in violence were the police.
“I think that there’s a real blurring of the lines in the use of the word violence. Is property destruction violence? To some people it certainly is. But, you know, this idea that breaking windows or other acts of property destruction are the same as actual violence against humans, it’s kind of a dangerous and slippery concept,’” he told CNN.
“You keep using these words ‘violent, violent, violent, violent’… The only acts of violence against people that I saw were actually police tackling protesters,” he added.
Peisner made his claims despite the fact that Antifa leaders had previously issued “a call for reciprocal violence to be done to the police and their allies” with a “night of rage”.