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ALT RIGHT CREATING FAKE ANTIFA GROUPS -- TO CANCEL THEIR OWN EVENTS!

by Marcus Rubyman, staff writer  [May 17, 2017]

 

 

 

 

[WeeklyUniverse.com]  Racist "white nationalist" Alt Right groups are creating fake ANTIFA ("anti-fascist") groups to cancel their own events! So theorizes Libertarian Party official Chuck Moulton on Independent Political Report. According to Moulton:

 

"It is entirely possible (perhaps even likely) that the alt-right is creating fake ANTIFA groups to get their own events canceled because it generates media....

I know it sounds like a bit of a conspiracy theory to speculate the alt-right is creating fake ANTIFA groups to get their own events canceled and generate media. I have seen significant evidence to lend credence to this theory. But regardless of whether the alt-right is responsible for fake threats or actual anti-fascists are responsible for real threats, the outcome is the same: events get canceled and the alt-right gets a lot of free media associating libertarians with the alt-right."

 

Moulton also urged his fellow Libertarians not to invite "alt right/white supremacist" speakers to Libertarian Party events.

 

Mary Rubyman is an investigative reporter specializing in conspiracies and UFOs. Read about his adventures in in Hollywood Witches!

 

 

 

 

 

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