Marine Reservists Testify In Court About Being Attacked By ANTIFA Mob Thugs At ‘We The People’ Rally In Philadelphia Last Month

by Geoffrey Grider

On the stand, Godinez said that he was “bewildered” by being called a white supremacist and immediately cried out, “I’m Mexican!” After that, as the attack continued, both men said that members of the group, including Keenan, repeatedly used ethnic slurs, including “spic” and “wetback,” against the marines. “The best way I can describe it is the sound of people chanting in a soccer stadium,” Godinez told the court, also adding that Keenan was “laughing, smiling, and having a good time, while I could have died that day.”

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Nearly one month after we told you that two U.S. Marines Corps reservists said they were attacked in Old City on November 17th near the controversial “We the People” rally, the two suspects and their accusers appeared in a Philadelphia courtroom on Thursday morning.

It is incomprehensible to  me that ANTIFA has not officially been designated as a domestic terror hate group by US law enforcement agencies. They had no problem labeling the Proud Boys as a hate group, but ANTIFA, who are nothing but legit fascist thugs in cowardly masks, escape that level of scrutiny.

ANTIFA are fascists who pretend to cry out against fascism, they are racists who pretend to cry out against racism, and just like the KKK which they say they hate but actually idolize, they wear masks and terrorize people. This is why people say that Liberalism is a mental disorder because, obviously, it most certainly is.

Marines Testify About the ‘Antifa Mob’ They Say Attacked Them in Philly

FROM PHILLY MAG: The marines, Alejandro Godinez and Luis Torres, both testified in uniform about the incident, while three marine officers, including their commanding officer, stood in the gallery. The suspects, Thomas Massey and Tom Keenan, who have been linked to antifa on websites and social media, sat together with their individual lawyers and did not speak.

The marines, who are not from the Philadelphia area, said that they had traveled to the city with other members of their helicopter unit, headquartered at Fort Dix, to attend a Marine event that night at a local hotel ballroom. They said that they had no knowledge of the nearby rally, which drew members of the alt-right as well as a large number of counter-protestors, Keenan and Massey reportedly among them.

According to the marines’ testimony, they were touring historical landmarks near Front and Chestnut streets when suspect Thomas Keenan approached them. Godinez testified that Keenan asked them “Are you proud?,” to which Godinez remembers responding “We are Marines.” Torres said that he remembers Keenan asking “Are you Proud Boys?,” an allusion to one of the alt-right groups behind the rally, and one that Torres said he didn’t understand. “I didn’t know what Proud Boys meant,” he said.

WHATEVER KEENAN SAID, BOTH MARINES TESTIFIED THAT KEENAN, MASSEY, AND APPROXIMATELY TEN OTHER PEOPLE — MEN AND WOMEN, SOME MASKED AND SOME UNMASKED — THEN BEGAN ATTACKING THEM WITH MACE, PUNCHES, AND KICKS, AND CALLING THEM “NAZIS” AND “WHITE SUPREMACISTS.”

On the stand, Godinez said that he was “bewildered” by being called a white supremacist and immediately cried out, “I’m Mexican!” After that, as the attack continued, both men said that members of the group, including Keenan, repeatedly used ethnic slurs, including “spic” and “wetback,” against the marines.

“The best way I can describe it is the sound of people chanting in a soccer stadium,” Godinez told the court, also adding that Keenan was “laughing, smiling, and having a good time, while I could have died that day.”

Torres testified that Massey punched him “full force” repeatedly while he held his hands up above his face to protect himself, and the prosecutor used the opportunity to make it clear that while both Torres and Godinez are marines, the suspects are significantly larger in both height and weight than the two of them.

In a statement previously released to Philly Mag, Godinez identified the group as an ‘ANTIFA mob’ and said “we were outnumbered … there were two Marines against 10 to 12 assailants.”READ MORE

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GRAPHIC WARNING: Lots of language and scenes decent people may find offensive. 

 

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