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Left-wing Judge dismisses charges against Marxist gang members. New Team

Three people were arrested for entering a Harrisburg, VA Barnes & Nobles book store wearing masks and screaming “nazi” at several customers. When police arrived, the masked men claimed that they had a tip that “nazis” were in the book store.

The men are identified as part of the “antifa” movement by a website for the left-wing gang “OPP”. “Antifa” is a euphemism for anyone belonging to an extreme left-wing gang. “OPP” identifies such people as Jared Taylor, Ann Coulter, Pat Buchanan, and Steve Sailor as “nazis.” So pretty much anyone can be identified as a “nazi” who is to the right of Ted Kennedy.

Police arrived and two men were charged with felonies, and a third with a misdemeanor. Two of the three had entered Barnes & Nobles wearing masks over their faces which is a felony.

Judge William Heatwole of Rockingham General District Court, ordered the defendants never to return to the Barnes & Nobles, but dropped all criminal charges because, “you’re intentions were the best.”

Just imagine that members of the minutemen entered a book store wearing masks and screamed at people they suspected of being illegal aliens. Do you think for an instant that Judge William Heatwole would drop the charges then?

Members of the “antifa” movement have been arrested for a wide array of violent crimes in the Northeast and the Northwest. Earlier this year, “antifa” gang members beat to death an Iraq War veteran for wearing a Lynard Skynard t-shirt with a small Confederate Flag on it in Massachusetts

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