Absurd Claim: Neo-Nazis Building Bombs to Protect Themselves From Antifa

We already know that Antifa is an extreme left-wing fascist violent group.

The Daily Beast writes

Before Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) imploded amid a domestic violence case last month, the right-wing TWP was bickering with former allies, and besieged by anti-fascist protesters, leaked chat logs reveal.

The logs, obtained by the nonprofit media collective Unicorn Riot and published in full online, reveal more than a year of the hate group’s communications on the chat platform Discord. Despite rising to prominence during Donald Trump’s campaign, the Traditionalist Worker Party appeared to grow increasingly paranoid of protesters and fellow white supremacists alike. By March, days before the group’s highly public downfall, its adherents were boasting of building bombs, ostensibly to protect themselves from anti-fascists.

In California, Homeland Security continues to argue that Antifa, not white nationalists, pose “the greatest threat to public safety”…

The TWP dissolved dramatically in March when its leader Matthew Heimbach was arrested for allegedly assaulted his wife and TWP spokesperson Matthew Parrott after they caught Heimbach sleeping with Parrott’s wife. Heimbach’s wife is also Parrott’s stepdaughter.

Confidential documents call the anarchists that seek to counter white supremacists ‘domestic terrorists.’

“…at lawfully organized right-wing nationalist events including a June 2016 rally at the California Capitol in Sacramento organized by the Traditionalist Workers Party and its affiliate, the Golden State Skinheads.

According to police, counter-protesters linked to antifa and affiliated groups like By Any Means Necessary attacked, causing a riot after which at least 10 people were hospitalized, some with stab wounds.

At the Sacramento rally, antifa protesters came looking for violence, and “engaged in several activities indicating proficiency in pre-operational planning, to include organizing carpools to travel from different locations, raising bail money in preparation for arrests, counter-surveilling law enforcement using three-man scout teams, using handheld radios for communication, and coordinating the event via social media,” the DHS report said.” …2016 Politico

In the days before the Heimbach’s arrest, a group of TWP members was in Michigan, acting as a security force for white nationalist Richard Spencer, who was scheduled to give a series of talks there. Paranoid of the protesters who met Spencer at every event, the TWP members wrote on Discord that they were hiding in a backwoods property Spencer had rented, and that they’d built explosives for him.

Suspicious transcripts state: “I fucking love having you at events with your molotovs and smoke bombs from home,” one TWP member—apparently Parrott’s wife—told another. She implied that they had left explosives for Spencer as a gift. “I wonder what Spencer thought of the molotovs on his back porch in the morning,” she wrote.

How reliable are these claims?

The TWP members said they’d built the explosives with tiki torch fuel because “antifa [the anti-fascist group] had our address.” They joked about throwing the explosives at anti-fascists at Spencer’s upcoming event.

The news clip continues with other “claims” of suspected bomb threats…

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