At the same radical left wing protest outside of Washington D.C. where Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib refused to denounce ANTIFA and Sharia Law, Failed presidential candidate and socialist Senator Bernie Sanders ignored multiple questions from LGBT journalist Jacob Engels.
Entering and exiting the “Unite Here” protest at Reagan National Airport, Sanders had several chances to distance himself from the Antifa domestic terrorist who firebombed a ICE detention center in Tacoma, Washington last week.
LauraLoomer.US correspondent Jacob Engels snuck into the event with Alicia Powe, trying to get attendees and high profile speakers at the rally to go on record against domestic terrorist activities carried out by Antifa.
During his line of questioning, Engels was grabbed and shoved by a Bernie Sanders staffer.
“As a gay man, it was extremely offensive and disappointing to have a member of Senator Sanders staff get physical with me instead of remaining peaceful. My Mother is a longtime supporter of Bernie, she was with him in 2016 and is standing by his candidacy in 2020. However, I think a lot of Americans will be very concerned about the fact that Sanders can’t stand against alt-left domestic terrorists like Antifa.”
When Sanders was asked to condemn ANTIFA, he lashed out at Engels and called him “moron”.
ANTIFA has been becoming increasingly violent as a result of radical Democrat in Congress. The terrorist who tried to firebomb an ICE facility drew inspiration from Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and Ilhan Omar, both of whom have been endorsed by Bernie Sanders.
Veteran Joe Biggs is organizing a rally to End Domestic Terrorism with Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio and a host of veterans groups.
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