Antifa Protester Claims Violence Against the Right is “Not a Crime” – VIDEO

Yvette Felarca played a big role in the riot at Berkeley in February. Now the Antifa protester claims that any violence against the far right is “not a crime.”

Felarca plays a big part of the group “Any Means Necessary.” It should come as no surprise that she is currently facing assault charges after she was caught on video assaulting a white supremacist. This went down at a July 2016 rally in Sacramento. Check out the video.

Per Daily Caller:

The school teacher and her compatriots engaged in violent clashes against members of the far-right Traditional Worker’s Party, which had a permit to march in the city. The violence between the two groups resulted in a number of assaults and multiple stabbings. In July 2017, police charged Felarca with “assault by means of force likely to inflict great bodily injury, participating in a riot, and inciting a riot.”

As reported by Huffington Post on Wednesday during her arraignment, Felarca described her actions as a form of self-defense, and therefore “not a crime.”

“Standing up against fascism and the rise of Nazism and fascism in this country is not a crime,” she said. “We have the right to defend ourselves.”

Felarca previously justified her actions to Al Jazeera. She stated that neo-Nazis were “organizing to attack and kill us. So we have a right to self-defense. […] That is why we have to shut them down by any means necessary.”

Meanwhile the mainstream media hates Trump for trying to expose the equally bad groups on the far left. People like Yvette Felarca are leading these groups to committing violence and fight hate with hate. They are certainly not helping anything.

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