This Trump supporter rolled up his sleeves and went into the lion’s den.
A Trump supporter who wishes his identity to be concealed for safety reasons has infiltrated an Antifa group in Sonoma County, California.
The Trump supporter was able to record audio of Antifa members plotting to kill cops and even laughed about it.
He also obtained documents that show a “target list” of people with their names addresses and phone numbers which included one of the trial witnesses of the Chauvin trial.
Check out this audio, the Trump supporter was able to record:
A person infiltrated a California #antifa group that was responsible for throwing blood & a pig’s head at the former home of a Chauvin trial witness. The antifa discussed killing & made a list of targets to dox. One of them was an elderly Trump supporter. pic.twitter.com/7MXu5pCxB0
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 30, 2021
“Let's kill people”
“Let’s kill some cops”
Breaking: A man who infiltrated an antifa group in Sonoma County, Cal. has released his recordings & evidence to press & law enforcement. The antifa held meetings where they discussed killing.
They made a list. https://t.co/IxU8k8t9rx
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 29, 2021
“Let’s kill people”
Secret recordings from an #antifa group have been leaked to the ABC News affiliate in Northern California. They show the members discussing killing people. They even made a hit list, & have splashed blood on a target’s home. https://t.co/NTqrTSJzpw pic.twitter.com/EyK7Qq0Qi5
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 30, 2021
ABC 7 News covered the story exclusively:
Shocking comments were made during an online meeting of far-left activists in Sonoma County, discussing a possible protest for this Saturday.
Group leader: “It’s May Day, baby, like come out and take, take somethin’ over with us, I don’t, I don’t (bleep)-ing know.”
Member: “Let’s kill people. (laughs)”
Group Leader: “Let’s kill some cops.”
The ABC7 I-Team has been investigating the group’s possible connection to recent acts of vandalism, including an incident at the former home of a Derek Chauvin defense witness one week ago.
The Trump supporter tells the I-Team he infiltrated a group of activists in Sonoma County who call themselves anti-fascist, and he gave us what he says is their “target list” and recordings of their planning sessions.
Former Santa Rosa Police Officer Barry Brodd testified as a use of force expert in the George Floyd trial, defending the actions of Derek Chauvin.
Brodd testified on April 13, “I felt that Derek Chauvin was justified.”
Four days later, masked figures in black threw a severed pig head and pig blood at the house where Brodd used to live in West Santa Rosa.
The infiltrator tells the I-Team he copied what the group calls its “target list,” people they want to “dox” – to publish their private information, their addresses and phone numbers, to surveil them for possible vandalism. After his testimony, they placed Brodd at the top of the list and within an hour of the attack on his former house, Marb is back on Wickr at 3:48 a.m. telling the group, “Hey y ‘all, late notice, but some comrades took action at a house owned by Barry Brodd and if someone could swing by in the morning and get pictures, our comrades would be very grateful!”
Infiltrating Antifa group with possible ties to vandalism at Derek Chauvin defense witness’ former home. Leader discussed a doxing target list and killing cops in secret recordings obtained by I-Team. https://t.co/dCY3XJ49Cx
— Dan Noyes (@dannoyes) April 29, 2021
— One America News (@OANN) May 1, 2021
OANN got the scoop too:
A Northern California chapter of Antifa got their plans foiled by a loyal supporter of President Trump. On Thursday, the Trump supporter revealed documents, messages and recordings he accessed by infiltrating a far-left Antifa group in Sonoma County.
The leader of the Antifa chapter is said to be a 25-year-old college student who was arrested in 2020 for assaulting a police officer.
Furthermore, another member made shocking comments when discussing a potential Saturday, May 1 “May day” protest.
“It’s May day baby, it’s May day,” the leader, dubbed Marb, said during a meeting. “Come out and take something over with us. Let’s kill people!”
“Let’s kill people! Let’s kill some cops,” another member laughed along.
The Trump supporter gained access to the group called “Sonoma County Radical Action,” which communicated through the encrypted messaging platform, Wickr, by expressing that he agreed with their opinions.
Hats off to this Trump supporter willing to risk his life by exposing the darkness that resides in Antifa.
Maybe instead of the FBI raiding Giuliani’s home, they should be out trying to infiltrate Antifa too.