On Monday night, a group of far-left protesters took down their county flag and replaced it with the Antifa flag.
The protestors gathered together for a solidarity march for Heather Heyer, the victim of the Charlottesville riot before Minnesota allowed the group to replace the Hennepin County flag with an Antifa flag.
It was reported that during the event, the protestors also “began burning the state flag, and a “Nazi Crucifix” as well in front of city hall.”
The leftist media and politicians refuse to call Antifa a terrorist organization, despite their history of burning cars, destroying businesses, throwing bricks, and physically attacking people.
Scott Crow, the Antifa organizer, said:
“The philosophy of Antifa is based on the idea of direct action.” And they “go where they (right-wingers) go. That hate speech is not free speech. That if you are endangering people with what you say and the actions that are behind them, then you do not have the right to do that.”
He added, “And so we go to cause conflict, to shut them down where they are because we don’t believe that Nazis or fascists of any stripe should have a mouthpiece.”
“‘There is a place for violence. Is that the world that we want to live in? No. Is it the world we want to inhabit? No. Is it the world we want to create? No. But will we push back? Yes.”