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Fletcher To Nadler: “Do You Disavow The Violence From Antifa That’s Happening In Portland Right Now?”

Austen Fletcher ran into Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) in Washington, D.C. this weekend and asked the House Judiciary Chairman if he “disavows the violence from Antifa”.

Fletcher created the popular YouTube channel “Fleccas Talks”, designed in order to wake millennials up from their political stupor.


In a video on Twitter, Austen Fletcher is seen asking Jerry Nadler: “There is violence across the whole country. Do you disavow the violence from Antifa that’s happening in Portland right now?”

Nadler responded to Fletcher: “That’s a myth that’s being only spread in Washington, D.C.”

Fletcher then asked, “About Antifa and Portland?” to which Nadler replied: “Yes.”

“Sir, there’s videos everywhere online. There’s fires and riots. They’re throwing fireworks at federal officers. DHS [Department of Homeland Security] is there. Look online. It gets crazy, Mr. Nadler,” Fletcher told Nadler, before the New York Congressman got into a car to leave. Video Below


Jerry Nadler’s official remarks:

While debating the police reform bill in the House chamber last month, Jerry Nadler also suggested that the domestic terrorist group Antifa is “imaginary.”

“…Dealing with imaginary things, like Antifa,” were Nadler’s exact words during his speech.


We leave you with the recent video footage posted on Twitter from citizen journalist Andy Ngo, showing anarchists and Antifa in Portland, Oregon:

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We leave you with a video from Dinesh D’Souza on the radical left:

(Related: Nadler Caught On Camera Getting Called A ‘Loser’ While Addressing Press On Mueller’s Findings)


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