Dhillon on Antifa Violence

Antifa Violence

Harmeet Dhillon

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FNC’s ‘The Ingraham Angle’ To Discuss Antifa Violence

According to Dhillon:

We haven’t heard anything from Portland police even within the 24 hours of assault. We have photos, we have video, we have identification of several of them. And as Bernard said, we have seen some of those same people in other assaults in other states. So, this is a multistate criminal conspiracy that is operating with the tacit consent of big-city law enforcement.

Well, look, I mean, you know, there may have been abuses in the past of these types of laws, but right now we can see in front of our eyes that we have a crisis. We see them try to operate in many cities and they’re operating particularly around the election cycle. Now, I think the purpose of this is to intimidate Americans from not supporting the people they want to support. We saw a precursor of this in 2016 right before the election in San Jose.

I represent 17 people who were assaulted there with the police looking on. And this is a phenomenon we’re seeing growing in our cities in America, Laura. So, I think unfortunately, being a federalist, this is one of those rare instances where federal action… I think that’s right.

These are sanctuary cities for Antifa. People are going to die. We already had the first casualty here. It happened to be one of these be Antifa thugs but he would have taken out I.C.E. Officers, the guy into coma, the fire bomber there. And his associates or people who have been glorified by CNN, glorified by Keith Ellison, glorified by the mainstream media and it’s absolutely outrageous.

Or it’s just a milk shake but the milk shake and water are used to blind the target.

Oh sure. That is despicable and people who are saying that, you know, we’re going to see them in court.

Harmeet Dhillon is a nationally recognized lawyer, trusted boardroom advisor, and passionate advocate for individual, corporate and institutional clients across numerous industries and walks of life. Her focus is in commercial litigation, employment law, First Amendment rights, and election law matters.
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