BLM Protesters Terrorize DC Diners, Turn Over Tables, Throw Chairs [VIDEO]

Just a couple weeks ago FBI Director Christopher Wray told America that ANTIFA was NOT the greatest threat to America, but that it was a movement.

However, what Americans woke up to tody in DC, looked nothing like the work of a movement. Over night Antifa militants stormed DC and destroyed the city’s local diners. Protesters took to the streets Wednesday night following the Breonna Taylor grand jury decision and the protest soon turned into a violent riot.

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It is the response of Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters in the streets that has 2 police officers shot and a wave of mayhem continues to destroy cities and American property.


You can see Antifa-BLM rioters terrorizing diners in DC, as they chant the words, “silence is violence!”

They harrassed local diners, even surrounding a couple who were dining at the restaurant and proceeded to scream at them. These violent protesters entered these places of business and started turning over tables and breaking chairs, destroying property and terrorizing innocents.

Here you will witness the violent protesters even throwing smoke bombs causing further mayhem:

With all this chaos it is hard to believe that FBI Director Christopher Wray would call Antifa-BLM protesters a movement or ideology instead of what they really are…. terrorists who are terrorizing fellow Americans.

After an investgation on Antifa to see if they are the “greatest threat” to America was requested, FBI Director Christopher Wray repudiated the claim that Antifa was a threat to the United States and stated that instead, Antifa was “more of an ideology or a movement than an organizarion” before the House of Homeland Security Committee.

During the hearing, Committee Chair Rep. Bennie Thompson questioned Wray, asking him what currently stands as the bigger issue to homeland security, wanting to know if it was left-wing or right-wing radicals that posed the greater threat. In response, Wray said that the “biggest threat” is not attributed to one group or organization, but falls onto single individuals who self-radicalize online and eventually pursue easy targets.

“If you compare the threat I just described to the sort of Al-Qaeda sleeper cells of old, that group, the sleeper cells, you’ve got a group of people colluding, conspiring, fund-raising, planning, preparing, communicating,” he added. “So there’s a lot of dots out there to connect if the intelligence community and law enforcement know where to connect, and it usually occurs over a long period of time.”

Wray was also asked if there should be an investigation looking into the “movement” of Antifa, as a safety measure for homeland security. In response he said:

“Well, we don’t really think of threats in terms of left or right in the FBI ,” Wray responded.

“Our domestic violent extremists include everything from racially motivated violent extremists…all the way to anti-government, anti-authority violent extremists.”

“We have seen folks who subscribe or identify with the Antifa movement, who coalesce regionally into small groups or nodes and they are certainly organized at that level.”

“We look at Antifa as more of an ideology or a movement than an organization,” he added.

“To be clear we do have quite a number of properly predicated domestic terrorism investigations into violent anarchists, extremists, any number of whom self-identify with the Antifa movement, and that’s part of this broader group of domestic violence extremists I’m talking about, but it’s just one part of it.”

“Antifa is a real thing. It’s not a group or an organization. It’s a movement, or an ideology may be one way of thinking of it,” Wray said. “And we have quite a number — and I’ve said this quite consistently since my first time appearing before this committee — we have any number of properly predicated investigations into what we would describe as violent anarchist extremists and some of those individuals self-identify with Antifa.”


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