Asheville trantifa activist praises Palestinians following terror attacks, says 'enemies' of LGBTQ people are in the US

"They say that Palestinians are my enemy, but that's a lie."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
A trans-identified Antifa militant stated during a Hamas terrorist attack celebration in North Carolina on Sunday that the Israel "apartheid regime" and the US is the enemy of the LGBTQ community, not the Palestinians.

This despite Hamas governing Palestinian territory under Islamic law which prohibits same-sex relationships, and Hamas has reportedly executed LGBTQ-identified individuals. 

Claire Clark, a trans-identified biological male, took over the microphone to say, "I come to you today as a transgender woman, as a queer woman, as a member of the LGBTQ community to denounce the duplicitous and divisive propaganda spread by the occupation regime."

"Them telling [me] I should support the occupation. I should support the settlers. I should support the apartheid regime and I should oppose the resistance of Palestinians. And why? Because of the allegedly LGBTQ-friendly policies of the Zionist government and the supposed enmity of Muslims and the Palestinian people," Clark said.

"But I am here to tell you that is a bald-faced lie. And it doesn't matter how many times the politicians and the talking heads repeat it or how cleverly they tell it. It is a lie. I have no friends in the Zionist regime. I have no friends among the settlers. I have no friends in the White House, the halls of Congress, the chambers of the Supreme Court or the corporate boardrooms where exploitation is turned into profit through the malign sorcery of capitalism. And there is not one enemy of mine among the Palestinian people fighting for their freedom," Clark added.

"My enemies, the enemies of the LGBTQ people, are right here in these United States," Clark proclaimed. "They say that Palestinians are my enemy, but that's a lie."

According to social media accounts, Clark used to be a fisherman before he was radicalized into becoming a member of the Party for Socialism and Liberation.

In addition, photos posted to Clark's social media accounts show that he is a member of "Trantifa," which is Antifa's transgender militant arm.

The support for the Palestinians comes after Hamas terrorists invaded Israel at daybreak on Saturday and slaughtered more than 1,000 civilian and military men, women, and children in the most heinous act of terrorism Israel has seen since 1973.

As a result, Israel declared war on Hamas. Support for Israel has propped up around the world, but so has support for Hamas. Celebrations throughout the US, Canada, France, and the UK in support of the Hamas terrorist attacks, in which Palestinian supporters are openly calling for the genocide of Jews, have shocked the Western world.

Speaking from Tel Aviv on Thursday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that the death toll of Americans killed in Israel by Hamas terrorists has risen to 27. US officials have been working with Israel on the release of the more than 100 hostages that were taken from Israel, with some Americans believed to be part of this group. 

Hamas and their murder of Israeli civilians resulted in the United States and its allies pledging unwavering commitment to Israel in which they told the Jewish nation that they stand ready to assist in their efforts against Hamas and other enemy entities that might take advantage of the terrorist attacks to try to ignite additional wars throughout the Middle East.

Law enforcement agencies across the country increased patrols ahead of a former Hamas leader's call for a "global day of Jihad" to take place on Friday the 13th.
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