This morning, after several days and nights of violent riots across America, President Trump announced that he would be designating America’s most violent group of agitators, Antifa, a terrorist organization.
Shortly after President Trump’s announcement on Twitter, radical Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison’s son, Jeremiah Ellison, who is also a City Council member in the 5th ward of Minneapolis, tweeted his support for Antifa.
The son of Minnesota’s Democrat Attorney General Keith Ellison declares his allegiance to the terrorist organization Antifa pic.twitter.com/Kf6eR8qhY0
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) May 31, 2020
On Friday, we reported about an interesting tweet about Antifa that MN AG Keith Ellison deleted from his account.
On January 3, 2018, Minnesota’s newly elected Attorney General, Deputy Chairman of the Democratic Party, accused domestic abuser, and former US Congressman Keith Ellison (D), tweeted a photo of himself holding an Antifa handbook. Ellison tweeted:
At @MoonPalaceBooks and I just found the book that strike fear in the heart of @realDonaldTrump
Was Ellison making some sort of veiled threat about Antifa and President Trump?
In 2018, after the Ellison tweet was discovered, the New York Post wrote: Maybe the Democratic Party’s No. 2 was just joking about Antifa violence. Or maybe he supports it. Ellison, who spent years defending the odious Louis Farrakhan, is a radical who gains from that polarization.
MN Attorney General Keith Ellison addressed the death of George Floyd. Listen, as he talks about “deep systemic change” that is necessary for the MN police force to make.
What we’re dealing with is not an isolated case. We’re dealing with a systemic problem…the state needs permanent, deep systemic change. pic.twitter.com/QMe1OKNRKm
— Attorney General Keith Ellison (@AGEllison) May 27, 2020
Minnesota’s radical Democrat AG Keith Ellison, without any evidence, also tweeted a video that was removed from YouTube featuring a photo of an MN police officer that many on the left have been circulating around Twitter, as part of an unverified conspiracy theory that he was the masked man who started the riots in Minneapolis. Although the video has been removed from Youtube for violating its terms, it still remains on the AG’s Twitter account.
Nothing more has been reported about this unfounded rumor on Twitter.
This man doesn’t look like any civil rights protestor I have ever seen. Looks like a provocateur. Can anyone ID him? “Suspicious Man Breaks Window & Starts Minneapolis Riots” – YouTube https://t.co/e1lNAabWcb
— Keith Ellison (@keithellison) May 28, 2020
he tweet below shows the image of the MN police officer being blamed for breaking the windows of the auto parts store that started the riots. The unfounded rumor was being spread by the left on Twitter. If the police officer they’re accusing (allegedly based on an ex-wife’s testimony) is harmed, AG Ellison should be held responsible for tweeting the video accusing him of starting the Minneapolis riots.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), one of the most radical members of our United States Congress, won Ellison’s seat that he vacated in the 2018 election.