(ReliableNews.org) – Antifa has long been a problem in the US. The violent Leftist group is responsible for many of the riots that have taken place over the last four years. President Donald Trump has even indicated he’d like to designate it a terrorist organization and recently, took a big step to protect Americans from the violent agitators.
On January 5, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany released a statement announcing a memorandum by Trump blocking Antifa and its associates from entering the US. She explained they have “brutally attacked our law-abiding friends, neighbors, and business owners” while also destroying important landmarks. For those reasons, the people committing acts of “domestic terrorism” aren’t welcome in America.
.@realDonaldTrump has signed a memorandum seeking to block the entry of individuals affiliated with the far-left movement #Antifa to the U.S., the White House announced, saying that the #Violence spurred on by the group endangers the fabric of the nation.https://t.co/kyuvbx0MoG
— NTD News (@news_ntd) January 6, 2021
The president’s move will help restore law and order in the US. Hopefully, law enforcement will take note and begin prosecuting the violent extremists who have taken over our streets, destroyed businesses and hurt Americans.
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