Someone under the Obama administration who worked with both the Department of State and Department of Defense was unmasked and discovered to have ties to Antifa.
The former official, Salma Rizvi is the individual who bailed out the individual who had thrown Molotov cocktails at police officers during the riots in Washington, D.C. Rizvi is now a human rights attorney for a law firm in Washington
A former Obama administration intelligence official who worked in both the Department of State and Defense has been unmasked with ties to Antifa. The former official, Salmah Rizvi, bailed out a human rights attorney that allegedly threw Molotov cocktails at police.
Rizvi bailed her Antifa friend, Urooj Rahman out of jail by paying the $250,000 bail.
Rahman was released to home confinement – monitored by GPS – despite arguments from prosecutors. The judge ignored the evidence shown by prosecutors that showed images of Rahman holding a Molotov cocktail in the passenger seat of a van that was found full of explosive materials.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
U.S. District Judge Margo Brodie acknowledged the strong evidence against Rahman, who was also accused of distributing the incendiary devices to other rioters, but agreed to grant her bail due to the “willingness of family and friends to sign on as suretors,” according to a report from Law360.
Rizvi appeared in front of the court during Rahman’s Monday arraignment to certify her willingness to guarantee Rahman’s bail, according to a transcript of the proceedings obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. “Urooj Rahman is my best friend and I am an associate at the law firm Ropes & Gray in Washington, D.C.,” Rizvi told the court. “I earn $255,000 a year.”
Witnesses have also come forward and told police that Raham was handing out explosives to other rioters in Brooklyn.
It has been discovered that New York City council member, Justin Brannan has ties to the Urooj Rahman, journalist Any Ngo posted the deleted tweet, and posted a now-deleted twitter thread show he supports Antifa.
He tried to delete the tweets, but you know things don't disappear off the internet.
.@NYCCouncil member, @JustinBrannan, what is your relationship with firebombing terror suspect Urooj Rahman? You've deleted your tweets interacting with her. And have been deleting your tweets defending antifa, too. https://t.co/C6jx9idfl7 pic.twitter.com/tgVhmjKwj1
— Andy Ngô ?️? (@MrAndyNgo) June 3, 2020
Washington Free Beacon
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