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American News Apr 16, 2020 10:06 PM EST

Antifa activist encourages people to steal from his university employer

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, notorious antifa doxing activist “Antifash Gordon” encouraged others to steal supplies from his employer.

Antifa activist encourages people to steal from his university employer
Jeffrey Dunn Montreal, QC

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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.

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