Trump has been indicted by Biden's Department of Justice in what he and others have called a political prosecution and election interference after the FBI seized 11 boxed of classified documents from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in August.
The group intends to "celebrate" the indictment and to "dance in the streets for the abolition of the presidency." They suggested that people who are planning to attend send messages to get info on the best parking options.
Miama Antifa suggested that atendees wear masks to disguise their identities, and warned that there would be a large police presence. "We know these clowns well and are well prepared. Community defense is not taken lightly down here. However its an exceedingly dumb place to pull a gun, we're expecting massive police presence -- which we are prepared for as well."
“I can assure all our residents, our stakeholders and the visitors that are in the city at this time," Police Chief Manny Morales said, "that we are working very closely with our federal, state and local partners to make sure that we have a comprehensive approach that is going to ensure that we maintain not only peace and order … but that everyone has the right to express themselves and the First Amendment rights.”
Authorities expect a crowd of anywhere from 5,000 to 50,000 in Miami and there may be road closures as part of what Morales calls the "unified command approach.
“Make no mistake about it,” Morales said. “We're taking this event extremely serious. We know that there is a potential of things taking a turn for the worse.”
The Post Millennial's senior editor Andy Ngo pointed out the hypocrisy of Antifa celebrating a federal indictment when the group advocates for the abolition of prisons and police.
They expressed their belief that Trump, though indicted, "will never spend a day inside federal prison." Yet, they "celebrate that the ruling class have turned against one of their own and in doing so weakened the argument for Sovereign Immunity." They claim that fascism has taken hold and that "law enforcement at all levels of governemnt refuse to prosecute presidents, former and past."
This would be news to Trump, who is facing several different law suits all brought by Democrats eager to make sure he does not succeed in his bid for a second term in the White House.
"Though #Antifa claim to be for the abolishment of prisons & the state, the Miami Antifa cell is holding a celebration direct action over the federal indictment of Donald Trump. They plan to be at the Wilkie D. Ferguson courthouse on June 13. They're telling their members to come masked & suggest they are prepared for criminal activities," Ngo wrote.
As President Trump arrived in Miami at the Trump National Doral on Tuesday afternoon, people lined the streets with American flags to show their support for 45.
Trump's supporters also may be in attendance at the courthouse to show their solidarity with the former president and GOP frontrunner in the upcoming 2024 contest.
Human Events hostJack Posobiec called on protesters to remain peaceful while outside the courthouse on Tuesday.
"Our protest at Trump's NYC indictment was peaceful despite hordes of smelly Antifa leftists Be safe and be smart in Miami tomorrow - beat the libs IN court Protest peacefully and patriotically, show the world they are the violent ones, we are proud Americans!" Posobiec said.
Adding, "Peacefully and patriotically."
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