FBI Admits They Don’t Track Violence of Radical Left Antifa (VIDEO)

The left has denied that there is any problems on their side of the aisle when it comes to extreme groups and terrorism.

That means, as you already know, that they even deny the existence of groups like Antifa.

On top of that, they approve of the violence that we’ve seen from Black Lives Matter.

One thing that blows my mind is how they can even deny that Antifa exists though. They are just lying I believe. There’s not much of any other explanation of that because we’ve seen the terror that they’ve caused.

During a House Civil Rights and Civil Liberties subcommittee hearing on “Confronting Violent White Supremacy (Part VI): Examining the Biden Administration’s Counterterrorism Strategy” on Wednesday, the Assistant Director of Counterterrorism for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Timothy Langan seemed to lend credence to Rep. Jerry Nadler’s (D-N.Y.) now infamous claim that violence by the far-left group Antifa is a “myth.”

Now, Langan didn’t take it as far as Nadler in his “myth” assertion concerning Antifa, but he did admit to Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) that since the FBI doesn’t consider Antifa an “organization,” they don’t keep track of their extremist violence.

But there may even be more behind this than meets the eye.

Apparently, organizations like the FBI aren’t even keeping track of the violence and crime that Antifa commits.

This is preposterous!

What does a group need to do or be in order to be considered a group? They are a movement that is made up of people who assemble, who hold meetings, who plan events, and who even have social media accounts. What is the difference between a group and Antifa? The simplest answer is that there is no difference because Antifa is, in fact, a group and a terrorist organization. They wouldn’t call ISIS a movement and not a group. My question is why and what’s the difference?

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