In response to the coronavirus pandemic, notorious antifa doxing activist, Christian Exoo aka “Antifash Gordon,” encouraged others on social media to steal supplies from his employer. Exoo works as a library supervisor at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York.
On March 11, Joshua Bates, a left-wing blogger, tweeted: "Fellow Americans, if you find yourself short on toilet paper, don't feel guilty about taking as many rolls as you need from your workplace."
A person responded saying their employer was out of lavatory supplies. Exoo then wrote: "You can come steal from my work anytime!"
This is not the first instance where Exoo has supported criminal behavior during the coronavirus pandemic. Last week, he promoted a book titled, “In Defense of Looting.” He wrote on Twitter: "looting rules, this book looks awesome."
Earlier this year, The Post Millennial reported on allegations against Exoo by an ex-roommate. The roommate accused Exoo of racism and predatory behavior toward underage girls in real-life, betraying the feminist and anti-racist persona he carefully curated online for his tens of thousands of followers.
Exoo’s history of doxing, or releasing private and personal information of individuals, has made him a star among antifa networks online. He has also leveraged his following to help fund extremists. Last month, he helped raise money for Paul Minton, a Philadelphia-based antifa activist who was convicted for his role in a murder. In 2000, Minton pled guilty to charges of conspiracy to tamper with evidence and abuse of a corpse for his role in helping to dispose of a body. In August of 2019, Exoo also helped raise money for Minton to travel to Portland for a mass antifa protest that became violent.
St. Lawrence University did not respond to an inquiry for comment.