BREAKING RIGHT NOW: Alt-Left Anarchists ATTACK Trump PATRIOTS At Berkeley College… All Hell Is Breaking LOOSE!

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Black-clad ANTIFA anarchists stormed into what had been a largely peaceful Berkeley protest against hate and violently attacked at least four people, including the leader of a politically conservative group who canceled an event a day earlier in San Francisco because of fears violence could break out.

The group of more than 100 hooded protesters, with shields emblazoned with the words “no hate” and waving a flag identifying themselves as anarchist, busted through police lines, avoiding security checks by officers to take away possible weapons. Then the anarchists blended in with a crowd of 2,000 largely peaceful protesters who turned up to demonstrate in a “Rally Against Hate” opposed to a much smaller gathering of right-wing protesters, Chicago Tribune reported.

Among those assaulted by the anarchists was Joey Gibson, the leader of the Patriot Prayer group, who canceled a rally Friday and was prevented from holding a news conference on Saturday when authorities closed off the public square Gibson planned to use. Gibson has said he launched Patriot Prayer after several supporters of President Donald Trump were beaten at a Trump campaign stop in San Jose, Calif., last year.

After the anarchists spotted Gibson at the Berkeley park, they pepper-sprayed him and chased him out of it as he backed away with his hands held in the air, accompanied by a masked man wearing football shoulder pads. Gibson and the man went behind a line of police wearing riot gear, who set off a smoke bomb to drive away the anarchists.

Earlier in the day, another group of left-wing demonstrators dressed in black attacked at least three men in the park, kicking and punching them until the assaults were stopped by police. Police also used a smoke grenade to stop one scuffle.

Fox News reports that anti-rally protesters chanted slogans “No Trump. No KKK. No fascist USA” and carried signs that said: “Berkeley Stands United Against Hate.”

At one point, an anti-rally protester denounced a Latino man holding a “God Bless Donald Trump” sign.

“You are an immigrant,” Karla Fonseca said. “You should be ashamed of yourself.”

Several other people also yelled at the man, who said he was born in Mexico but supports President Donald Trump’s proposal to build a wall along the southern border.

Police pulled one supporter of Trump out of the park over a wall by his shirt as a crowd of about two dozen counter demonstrators surrounded him and chanted “Nazi go home” and pushed him toward the edge of the park.

Several people were arrested for violating rules against covering their faces or carrying items banned by authorities. The black clad protesters carried a large banner that identified them as anarchists, according to Fox 40.

The left-wing protesters far outnumbered those who showed up for the largely peaceful rally, which police tried to keep safe by setting up barricades around it and checking people who entered to make sure they did not have prohibited items like baseball bats, dogs, skateboards and scarves or bandannas they could use to cover their faces.

Recently AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS reported that a Washington, D.C. Superior Court Judge approved a warrant Thursday morning seeking data from an anti-Trump website related to riots that occurred on and around Inauguration Day.

At the hearing, Chief Judge Robert Morin said that DreamHost, the web hosting company for the site, would need to turn over data about all the visitor to their website as part of an investigation into who organized the protests – many of which turned violent – during the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Judge Morin said he will oversee the review of the data – there are more than 1.3 million IP addresses listed – and said that the government must explain what protocols it will use to make sure the data of “innocent users” is not seized by the authorities, Yahoo News reports.

Also, AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS reported that The Department of Justice has now formally requested that the web hosting firm ‘DreamHost’ turn over 1.3 million IP addresses and other information to ‘unmask‘ visitors to the anti-Trump Antifa website ‘,’ as part of the investigation into crimes committed on or about January 20 by protesters.Many support this action due to mayhem, chaos, and out and out violence that ANTIFA has been wrecking throughout the nation. Dreamhost itself is fighting back with claims the scope of the data requested is overly broad and is a violation of the 1st and 4th amendments. However, many Americans believe this falls under “threats of violence” which is not protected by the first amendment.

The site is now down, but it was registered in October 2016 and an archived copy is available.

The group used the Twitter hashtag #DisruptJ20 by the “DC Anti-Fascist Coalition” to connect on social media with other Trump protesters.

The website provided mailing lists and organized planned meet-ups.  There was also a calendar of events as well as a multitude of online resources to help people prepare for the mayhem they planned to visit on the Inauguration events. The site also provided a ‘legal guide’ for those arrested as they were expecting trouble and committing arrestable offenses.

There is a court hearing scheduled for Friday of this week and court filings from DreamHost explain their reticence in complying with the subpoena for information.  The company filed a Motion of Opposition explaining – “That information could be used to identify any individuals who used this site to exercise and express political speech protected under the Constitution’s First Amendment.”

Many Americans believe the DOJ emphatically needs to find out who the people are that are responsible for the violent riots under the banner of ANTIFA, BAMN, BlackBloc, and others. However, it is a valid concern that to comply with a subpoena with such a wide scope of information demanded sets a dangerous precedent much in line with the concerns that Apple had with the DOJ demanded backdoor access to the iPhone in an effort to locate the San Bernardino shooter.

Asking for every person that has ever viewed a particular website can find all sorts of people and not necessarily all of them have ill intent, yet it sets the ground work for targeting for a government run amok to use for inconceivable evils down the road — how many of the 1.3 million were just curious? How many were journalists? How many were legitimate ANTIFA affiliated folks? I wrote about this site leading up to the inauguration. Am I on that list?

“In essence, the Search Warrant not only aims to identify the political dissidents of the current administration but attempts to identify and understand what content each of these dissidents viewed on the website,” said DreamHost General Council Chris Ghazarian in a legal filing opposing the request.

Given what we already know of the massive violations committed by the Obama administration with the unmasking of multiple thousands of Americans during the 2016 election, along with the NSA spying scandal, and a host of other damning evidence, the risk of potential government malfeasance is more than a theory.

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