Friday, May 24, 2024

VP of Atlanta Nonprofit Discovered to Be Violent Antifa Extremist

'Earth is f*ckered. Might as well just take some fash out first... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Recent reports reveal that a high-ranking official of an Atlanta-based nonprofit that produces media in support of activist groups also acts as a radical Antifa extremist, and is currently in the midst of organizing an armed military camp to “take out” alleged fascists.

River-Michael Les Sewell, 25, is leading an organized group of left-wing activists in the fight against Atlanta’s Public Safety Training Center, also known as “Cop City.”

According to the Post Millennial, Sewell “advocates for killing political opponents” and is using his experience and training from the army to instruct other mostly peaceful protestors to inflict violence on police officers.

Sewell is also a rapper, and released a song titled “Civil Disobedience” in 2022, calling for seizure of the means of production and raging against “neo-liberal corruption.”

He has not been shy about his intentions, and liberally posts on social media about his plans to provide weaponry and training to other activists.

“We all gone die,” Sewell wrote in a post. “Earth is f*ckered. Might as well just take some fash out first.”

Sewell acts as vice president of a nonprofit called Mixdeity, a media 501(c)3 that provides grants to artists in music, entertainment and design. The group received over $40,000 in COVID funding, and a massive loan from the Paycheck Protection Program forgiven.

He also applied to be a teacher in the Atlanta area, and expressed disgust on social media when subjected to a background check in order to work with children.

His post claimed he argued he wasn’t “murderin and robbin people,” when the police asked for his prints.

“I only did that for the US government when I was a Ranger, but its okay when you rob and kill people for the government,” he added.

Cop City recently faced a violent riot, where Antifa militants burned much of the training center and clashed with police officers.

Rioters planned the event as a reactive “night of rage” after a police officer killed an Antifa comrade, who reportedly opened fire on the officers in an attempt to establish an autonomous zone.

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