Company fires Democratic operative after Project Veritas reveals he advocates for Antifa and killing political opponents

This comes after CenturyLink suspended this employee pending an investigation reportedly amid a probe by local authorities.


After Project Veritas revealed that a Colorado Democratic Party executive committee member is a radical leftist hellbent on igniting a political revolution in America, the Antifa militant was terminated by his employer.

"As a follow up to our previous post, the employee shown in the recent video is no longer with the company," CenturyLink, an American telecommunications company that services in the Denver area, tweeted Thursday morning. This comes after CenturyLink suspended this employee pending an investigation reportedly amid a probe by local authorities.

The hidden camera Project Veritas recordings exposed Kristopher Jacks, Weld County chair of the Our Revolution, a radical leftist organization that spun out of Sen. Bernie Sanders's 2016 presidential campaign.

The anti-Trump extremist functions as a "trainer, mentor and on-the-ground quarterback at Our Revolution protests," Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe explained in a report. "Jacks represents the radical wing of the Democratic Party in Colorado—he is someone most Americans should be afraid of," O'Keefe stated.

"It's going to take a strategic hit against the .1 percent that's in charge, cause that;s who it is. Killing random Nazis in the street, random f—ing bootlickers," Jacks told an undercover journalist in the tapes, naming Amazon chief executive officer Jeff Bezos first on his hit list.

"If you want to do some Versailles sh*t. If you want to do some Antifa sh*t. You really want to change this country that way, with violence, there's only one way to do it. You gotta get people that are close to billionaires and start just, random billionaires start turning up dead."

Jacks further declared that there "needs to be a militant group," adding that he "love[s] Antifa for that reason." Jacks named the John Brown Gun Society, an armed Antifa group who draw inspiration from John Brown—the insurrection leader who led the failed raid on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry in 1859.

Jacks also described how fear tactics and ultimatums threatened at gunpoint benefit his revolutionary ambitions. "But [unions] ain't stabbing mother f—ers like they used to. They don't have to though cause they used to stab people. See? And that's all we gotta say. Guillotines, motherf—er. That's all we gotta say. Option A: what I'm proposing. Option two: slicey bois. What are your choices? Which one do you want?"

Following the dropped #ArmedRevolution bombshell, the Denver Police Department responded to a concerned Twitter user, urging that Jacks "needs to be investigated. He is extremely dangerous."

"Thank you for your concern. This information will be passed along to the proper personnel," local police officials replied.

CenturyLink had suspended Jacks at the time, notifying the public of his current employment status. "We recently became aware of comments made by an employee. We do not condone this type of activity and have contacted the appropriate law enforcement agencies. We have suspended the employee pending the results of an investigation."

Over the weekend, a fatal shooting in Denver at a "Black Lives Matter-Antifa Soup Drive" left a conservative demonstrator dead, who was reportedly killed at the hands of a private, unlicensed security guard hired by NBC News affiliate 9NEWS. The shooter's ideology was unearthed as a long-time outspoken leftist against Trump and law enforcement.


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