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Hundreds Of ‘Justice’ Protesters Return To Armed Couple’s Home

Protesting against people defending their property.

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After a couple gained notoriety last week for taking up arms to defend their home in St Louis from protesters who broke into the private property, hundreds returned to the scene this past weekend, vowing that the couple shouldn’t be allowed to live in peace.

The AP reported that “Protesters marched along the busy public boulevard called Kingshighway, which intersects with Portland Place, a private street that is the site of the Renaissance palazzo-style home of Mark McCloskey, 61, and his 63-year-old wife, Patricia.”

The report notes that protesters lingered close to the McCloskeys’ house for around 15 minutes, without this time trespassing through the barriers to the private street.

The couple appear to have hired security personnel, as around a dozen ‘men in plain clothes’ were seen surrounding the property.

The footage shows the protesters chanting “If we don’t get no justice, then they don’t get no peace.”

Mark McCloskey was interviewed by Tucker Carlson last week, telling the host that he feared for his life during the first incident.

“I was literally afraid that within seconds they would surmount the wall, and come into the house, kill us, burn the house down and everything that I had worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years,” Mr McCloskey noted.

“I saw it all going up in flames, and my life destroyed in an instant. And I did what I thought I had to do to protect my hearth, my home and my family,” he urged.

In a further interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, McCloskey urged that the incident represents a ‘broader horrible picture of what’s going on in America right now’.

Police are investigating last week’s incident as a case of trespassing and fourth-degree assault by intimidation, according to the St. Louis Dispatch.

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FBI Arrests ‘Hardcore Antifa Leftist’ For Planning To Attack Florida State Capitol

Agitator called for armed resistance and another civil war

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The FBI has arrested a leading Antifa figure in Florida on charges of inciting violence, claiming that the self described ‘hardcore leftist’ has been issuing calls online to attack the Florida State Capitol on January 20.

Reports indicate that Daniel Alan Baker was arrested and charged with transmitting a threat to kidnap or injure, after a string of online posts calling for another civil war.

The Antifa extremist also posted fliers titled, “Call to Arms January 20!!” that outlined plans to encircle any legitimate pro-Trump protesters using firearms and effectively trap and attack them at the state Capitol in Tallahassee.

“This is an armed COUP and can only be stopped by an armed community!” the poster is reported to read, as well as “If you’re afraid to die fighting the enemy, stay in bed and live.”

“We need ALL FLORIDA RESIDENTS to RISE UP!” the flier said, with a description reading “Here in Florida we must circle the terrorists who attack the Capitol! Let them take the capitol and fight with the cops. SURROUND THEM AND TRAP THEM INSIDE.”

“We will protect Capitol RESIDENTS and CIVILIANS from armed racist mobs with EVERY CALIBER AVAILABLE,” it also stated.


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According to the FBI, Baker also posted clips on his YouTube channel (yes, he still has one) showing him printing out the posters, as well as using Facebook and Twitter to organise violent action.


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Baker received a suspension from Facebook after the D.C. Capitol chaos, but as soon as it was lifted he posted “Death to amerikka of course, f*** the president, current and elect.”


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criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida notes that Baker has a history of violent extremism, claiming those he opposes are White supremacists and fascists. He has called for killing U.S. military officers, following being thrown out of the army, and later seeking to fight alongside a U.S.-designated terrorist group in Syria.

The man latterly took part in Antifa anti-police protests around the country, including the infamous CHOP/CHAZ autonomous zone in Seattle.

Before the election, Baker issued a post stating “God I hope the right tries a coup Nov 3rd cuz I’m so f—— down to slay enemies again.”


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The FBI also charges that in the days before his arrest last week, Baker attempted to buy firearms, including an AK-47 and a pistol.

The development comes after days of warnings that armed confrontations are being planned at state capitols nationwide ahead of the presidential inauguration.

Following the D.C. Capitol chaos, there is an expectation that Antifa and other leftist groups, as well as Q-Anon conspiracists, are set to once again attempt to stir up violence under the guise of being pro-Trump protesters, in an effort to further demonise patriots.

Even the likes of CNN have admitted that the Capitol “Siege” was likely planned in advance by leftist groups, and that some Trump supporters got caught up in the moment and went along with stirring up trouble.

Known Antifa and BLM agitators have been identified as spearheading the chaos, which has since been used by Democrats, the corporate media and big tech to usher in an unprecedented crack down on free speech and liberties.

Alex Jones and other prominent pro-Trump voices have called on legitimate supporters to stay away from the Capitols.

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GOP Senator Says Antifa Attacked His Home, Threatened His Wife And Baby

“They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door”

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Republican Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) claimed late Monday night that a Antifa mob had gathered outside his home and begun attacking the property, threatening his petrified family who were inside.

Hawley said he wasn’t even at home at the time.

“Tonight while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel,” Hawley tweeted.

“They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door,” he further claimed.

“Let me be clear: My family & I will not be intimidated by left-wing violence,” Hawley urged.

Hawley, along with other GOP lawmakers, has declared an intention to challenge the certification of electoral votes for Joe Biden.

Antifa released a ‘statement’ claiming that they held a ‘vigil’ outside the Senator’s house. The statement was tweeted out by Washington Post reporter Mike DeBonis, prompting Hawley to counter that the ‘vigil’ consisted of “screaming threats through bullhorns, vandalizing property, pounding on the doors of homes and terrorizing innocent people and children.”

DeBonis posted a link to a video of the incident. Police appear to have been present at the ‘vigil’, but did not intervene, even though the mob was on Hawley’s property, right outside his front door:

Meanwhile, elsewhere in DC during the protests, police arrested Proud Boys’ leader Enrique Tarrio on misdemeanor destruction of property charges, for burning a BLM flag:

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Homeless Advocacy Group Occupies Family Hotel, Refuses to Pay Bill

Motel already on its knees thanks to pandemic.

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A small family-run hotel already on its knees as a result of the pandemic was suddenly occupied by a homeless advocacy group which booked 16 rooms and then refused to pay the bill.

“On Christmas Eve, a homeless advocacy group booked 16 rooms at the Travelodge Motel at 3518 Pacific Hwy. E. and paid for one night,” reports KIRO 7.

“But now, the group told the motel’s manager they have no plans to check out, or to pay the bill.”

Tacoma Housing Now subsequently sent volunteers to deliver food and supplies for the more than 40 people occupying the 16 rooms, some of whom have “severe infections” and one later tested positive for COVID-19.

Motel manager Shawn Randhawa told city authorities that the motel only has 10 employees and is already struggling as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns. The occupation could be the final straw that forces Randhawa to shut the business down.

“They may have to close up shop because with no revenues coming in, with their margins where they are, they may have to close operations,” said Fife City Manager Hyun Kim. “So, I’m trying to buy some time. It starts with conversations with both sides.”

However, the occupiers are demanding nothing less than permanent free shelter and refuse to leave, saying that the city should pay the motel bill.

Despite Fife Police Chief Peter Fisher asserting that the group is committing theft and criminal trespassing, the owner has not asked for them to be forcibly removed.

“In the current climate of media-endorsed leftist terrorism (a.k.a. mostly peaceful protests), he may be trying to avoid the place getting burned down,” writes Dave Blount.

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