Antifa Enjoys Widespread Support in Silicon Valley

Monday, July 1, 2019
By Paul Martin

by ALLUM BOKHARI
BREITBART.COM
1 Jul 2019

Antifa, the violent far-left mob that brutally assaulted journalist Andy Ngo yesterday, has widespread support amongst the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe, where employees are allowed to broadcast support for the movement, which also appears to be immune to social media bans on violence, “hate,” and extremism.

Rose City Antifa, the Antifa group that organized yesterday’s protest, has been posting regularly on Twitter since the attack on Ngo and others, retweeting celebratory tweets about the violence and joking about milkshakes laced with quick-dry cement, which Portland Police say was a projectile weapon used by Antifa during the violence.

According to Twitter’s rules, groups that engage in violent extremism both online and offline will be banned from the platform. Yet Rose City Antifa, along with numerous other Antifa-supporting accounts is given free rein on the site.

One account, according to its owner, belongs to an employee of the company. Twitter user “euprax1a” claims to be an employee at Twitter Seattle, as well as a “neurodivergent queer” and a supporter of Antifa. The account is followed by Twitter Open, an official company account, and was at one point followed by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

Far Left Watch, a group that monitors left-wing extremism, has also revealed how Twitter ignored its reports of Antifa accounts that were engaged in doxing (revealing hitherto private information) of ICE agents.

Google also has a big Antifa problem. The class-action lawsuit brought by attorney Harmeet Dhillon on behalf of Google employees who allege discrimination on the basis of race, sex, and political viewpoint, has revealed widespread support for Antifa within the search giant.

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