Mitt Romney Defends Antifa, Gets Ripped On Twitter For It

These people defending Antifa just don’t get it. Now, Mitt Romney defends Antifa claiming they reject “racism and bigotry” and gets ripped for it.

That’s right. Mitt Romney defended these club-wielding lunatics. Romney first stepped in with a tweet that said, “No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other side opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes.”

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People didn’t just let this go. Many people fired tweets back at Romney after he defended this terrorist group that loves violence.

Rep. Steve Smith even took a crack at him.

Ann Coulter exposed the former Republican leader for being so naive.

Here are some of the better burns that were fired at Mitt Romey.

Don’t forget, these disgusting animals brought flame throwers and chucked soda cans full of concrete at people. Doesn’t that sound very peaceful? There were several sides of darkness at the Charlottesville protests.

Antifa Flame Thrower

I understand why everyone is condemning the white supremacists. What I don’t understand is why no one will do the same for Antifa. They are a disgusting hate group that is motivated by violence. How many more of these situations do they need to be a part of before people completely disavow them as well?

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