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American News Jun 5, 2020 3:38 PM EST

WATCH: Undercover journalists reveal Antifa 'fight club' training sessions

A new video from James O'Keefe's Project Veritas exposes a Portland chapter of the Antifa training new members on fighting and agitation tactics.

WATCH: Undercover journalists reveal Antifa 'fight club' training sessions
Quinn Patrick Montreal, QC

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A new video from James O'Keefe's Project Veritas exposes a Portland chapter of the Antifa, an extremist political activist group, training new members how to fight and cause bodily harm to those who they disagree with. This is part two in the series.

Anitfa has had a strong presence in the recent protests, many of which quickly devolved into rioting and looting, that have been sweeping across the US in the wake of George Floyd's murder by former Minneapolis police officers Derek Chauvin. He has since been released from his job and arrested, as have the other officers who were present at the time of Floyd's death.

The instructor captured on video instructs students of Antifa agitation, "If you get a good liver or kidney shot, it's pretty much crippling them. They're going to be doubled-over and in a lot of pain. If you break one of the floating ribs, which are small and right down here. Those are also very painful, it's hard to move after that, it's hard to catch a breath."

"So one good body shot could potentially give you all the time in the world to run away while they're doubled over in pain, or really put a beating on them after that, if you really don't like the person," he continues.

In a separate session another trainer can be heard saying, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. So basically, if that doesn't knock them out, then yeah. The nose, the eyes, poke the eyes...Absolutely." Later on in the session, telling one new recruit. "You're basically trying to cut off both, both arteries, you know squeeze."

US President Trump in May declared his intention to classify Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization, via Twitter.

Journalist and The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo has filed a lawsuit against the organization following a brutal assault against him the Spring of 2019 while covering a protest. Since the assault, the group has doxed Ngo's address, attempted to break into his family's home and has spread lies about him on social media.

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