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American News Jun 4, 2020 1:23 PM EST

BREAKING: Project Veritas goes undercover to expose the domestic terrorist tactics of antifa

In the footage, members of Rose City Antifa explain various strategies for inflicting street violence while concealing it from the public.

BREAKING: Project Veritas goes undercover to expose the domestic terrorist tactics of antifa
Collin Jones The Post Millennial

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James O'Keefe's Project Veritas has just released a shocking video documenting the violent nature of the domestic terrorist movement known as antifa in a documentary entitled "Expose Antifa."

Antifa is a loose organization that has spread violence and mayhem throughout the country in the last week and a half amid the death of George Floyd.

Antifa may be classified as a terrorist organization by President Donald Trump according to a tweet on May 31.

This is an expose that many people have been anticipating to see, as one of Project Veritas' own goes undercover as an antifa agent to see what the organization does and how they operate.  

In the footage, members of Rose City Antifa explain various strategies for inflicting street violence while concealing it from the public. “Police are going to be like: ‘Perfect, we can prosecute these [Antifa] f**kers, look how violent they are.’ And not that we [Antifa] aren’t, but we need to f**king hide that sh*t,” one antifa member named Nicholas Cifuni said in the shocking video.

In another clip, one of the leaders says that "the whole goal of this [antifa's efforts], right, is to get out there and do dangerous things as safely as possible."

There was even mention of how to properly maim an enemy, where Cifuni says to "practice things like an eye gouge, it takes very little pressure to injure someone's eye."

Andy Ngo took to Twitter today, revealing the identities of the key antifa players that are exposed in the Project Veritas video.

"In #ExposeAntifa it is revealed that Caroline Victorin (née Gauld) is one of the founders of Rose City Antifa, the oldest known antifa organization in the US. With her Swedish husband, Johan Victorin,—who is also antifa—they helped import European antifa extremism model into US."

Ngo added another tweet, saying "we learn that Portland bartender, Nick Cifuni, led militancy training for #antifa recruits. He taught them how to hide weapons to avoid prosecution. Cifuni is connected to popular Portland bar Bit House Saloon."

And in a third tweet Ngo says that "another extremist unmasked as one of the trainers for new antifa members & recruits in the #ExposeAntifa video is Portland-based radical activist, Adam Rothstein."

The full footage can be viewed here:

The previous documentary Project Veritas released was about exposing CBS News, where the network had staged a COVID-19 event in Michigan in early May as an effort to make it seem that there were more people sick than there really were.

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