Top Trump ally Matt Gaetz just blew the whistle on Antifa’s biggest secret
Anybody with a brain understands that Antifa are nothing more than domestic terrorists.
They are wreaking havoc across the country.
And Representative Matt Gaetz just below the whistle on their biggest secret that will take them down.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has proven himself as perhaps the biggest ally of President Donald Trump in the House.
He has stood by him since Day One, and been mercilessly attacked by the radical Left for it.
One of the forces that have targeted him for his support of Trump is Antifa, who terrorize anybody who disagrees with their far-left world view.
And after years of their terrorism, President Donald Trump has announced they will be designated as a domestic terrorist organization.
In response, Gaetz asked on Twitter whether this means we can finally start hunting down these militants to hold them accountable like we do to other terrorists, writing:
“Now that we clearly see Antifa as terrorists, can we hunt them down like we do those in the Middle East?
In response, Twitter censored his Tweet, putting a warning on it, along with preventing anybody from sharing or commenting on it.
Speaking to Politico, a Twitter spokesman explained the decision:
“We have placed a public interest notice on this Tweet from @mattgaetz. The Tweet is in violation of our glorification of violence policy. As is standard with this notice, engagements with the Tweet will be limited. People will be able to Retweet with Comment, but will not be able to Like, Reply or Retweet it.”
But Rep. Gaetz isn’t buying it.
Speaking on his podcast, Gaetz stated that Twitter “ought to look” in the mirror and explain why they allow Antifa to organize violence on their platform.
“If Twitter wants to criticize me for glorifying violence against terrorists, maybe they ought to look in the mirror at how they contribute to that violence themselves,” he begins. “When Twitter allows radical ISIS extremists access to their platform to spew their hate and their just absolute lust for violence, they’ve got some accountability for that. When Twitter allows these Antifa thugs and these Black Lives Matter protesters, who, in many cases aren’t peaceful, who are inciting violence against the cops, when they go and give them a platform, to organize and attack and strategize against the people who uphold our laws, then I think they should be held liable for that.”
Gaetz puts a spotlight on the biggest move that can be done to hamper Antifa organizing.
They are able to organize their violent actions on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
If these platforms stop giving them special treatment, and remove them, they will lose their most effective organizing platform.