Antifa is real, not “imaginary,” as Jerrold Nadler would like everyone to believe. A reformed anarchist went on Friday’s episode of “The Ingraham Angle” to set the record straight. The windows Gabriel Nadales broke “weren’t imaginary” either he insists. Ohio republican Jim Jordan points out that Nadler isn’t blind, so he must be playing dumb. “They are far from imaginary. And there are people in every major city in this country who know that.” But not the chair of the Judiciary Committee.
Former Antifa member speaks out
Gabriel Nadales isn’t happy that he used to run with Antifa. He relates that he was “indoctrinated” before joining up with the radical anarchists “by Spanish-language media and his teachers.” He was saturated with propaganda hammering home the message “America was my enemy.” He eventually made the connection that he was angry, “not because America rejected me, but because I kept being told that I was a victim.” He grabbed a ball peen hammer and went along with the rioting crowd.
When he heard that Jerrold Nadler called the group imaginary he got upset enough to go on TV to dispute it. “That’s just false,” he declared. “I mean, the only thing that’s imaginary here is Representative Nadler’s sense of justice. The protests I attended weren’t imaginary. Also, the windows that I regrettably broke, they weren’t imaginary.” Not only is the Darth Soros funded rebellion real, he scolds the chairman of the Justice committee “it’s coming, oftentimes, from college campuses.”
“Thankfully, I started asking questions about this movement. Now I’m glad that I’m condemning it. But one thing to remember is, where is Antifa really coming from? Because Mr. Nadler thinks that it’s imaginary. Well, it’s coming, oftentimes, from college campuses.” Universities have long been considered indoctrination centers for liberal ideas and George Soros is spending money, in a big way, to brainwash young minds with open societies New World Order ideology.
Jim Jordan is afraid of Nadler’s ignorance
Nadler’s characteristically nonsensical remark provoked the committee’s top republican, Jim Jordan, to slap Nadler down. “They’re not imaginary, they’re real. To have the chair of the Judiciary Committee, on the House floor, say these words, ‘imaginary things like Antifa.’ They are far from imaginary.”
Not only that, Jordan continues, “there are people in every major city in this country who know that and yet the chair of the Judiciary Committee just made that statement. That is scary.” Jordan’s colleague Louie Gohmert tangled with Nadler on Wednesday over the chairman’s obviously excessive bias. “Do you have no respect for the rules whatsoever?” he asked. Nadler, he said, had “not stated a recognizable way of running the committee in 18 months.”
It’s pretty sad when even reformed socialists recognize that a powerful committee chairman has lost touch with reality. The former anarchist argues that “every single time that we have left-wing politicians that deny and ignore and even justify Antifa violence, it’s only going to continue to grow.”