(Natural News) Democratic National Committee Deputy Chair Keith Ellison (D-Minnesota) was recently spotted posing in a Twitter photo with the book Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, written by Mark Bray, followed by a caption he wrote stating that the racist reading material should "strike fear in the heart" of President Donald Trump.
In case you aren't aware, this Antifa "handbook" is filled with anti-white rhetoric, including how to set up so-called "kill zones" for ending the lives of conservatives and white people. This, coming from a member of Congress who has an extensive history of spouting both anti-white and anti-semitic rhetoric.
Antifa, as you may recall, is the same left-wing fascist (ironic, isn't it?) group that initiated riots and started fires at the University of California, Berkeley, last year in response to conservative speakers who held lectures on campus. Antifa's violent tactics are so extreme that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), have both classified the organization's members as domestic terrorists who engage in "domestic terrorist violence."
Antifa was also the culprit in initiating a violent clash at last year's incident in Charlottesville, Virginia. But that hasn't stopped Rep. Ellison from endorsing the group's tactics, most recently by pushing Antifa literature via social media. Bray, a Dartmouth College professor, clearly states in this manifesto on domestic terrorism that:
"…[M]ilitant anti-fascism is a reasonable, historically informed response to the fascist threat that persisted after 1945 and that has become especially menacing in recent years."
In other words, anything that radical "anti-fascists" don't like about society – including lawfully elected presidents – should be engaged with violence and extremism. Rather than try to engage in a healthy debate or present logical arguments as to why the Trump administration, for instance, is such a grave threat to society, these anarchists would rather burn things, tear down statues, and harm people to get their point across.