Antifa expert Andy Ngo on Friday posted screenshots of tweets from Antifa-affiliated groups and other radical leftists around the country calling for a "night of rage" and similar actions in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade, which has permitted abortion nationwide for nearly 50 years.
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In a Twitter thread that he promised to update, Ngo first warned that the violent anarchist group Jane's Revenge — which has claimed responsibility for a number of attacks on pro-life groups since the leak of the Roe v. Wade overturn draft — has updated its flyers and is calling for violence Friday night:
Ngo also tweeted that the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Youth Liberation Front — another "violent Antifa group" — is "calling for people to wear black, mask up & to meet at Folger Park at 7:30 p.m. The YLF was responsible for months of extreme violence in Portland & Seattle in 2020."
He added that Antifa in Portland already made plans for violence Thursday and announced a "direct action gathering starting at 5:30 pm PT at Lownsdale Square — the same location they occupied in 2020 & used as a base to carry out mass violence & arson."
Ngo also pointed to an "Anifa account representing members in DC, Maryland & Virginia" from which a tweet read, "Is your bag packed? Let's f***ing go."
He added that the "Florida chapter of #Antifa group Revolutionary Abolition tells comrades to 'bloc up.' This refers to wearing black clothing & black masks to hide identities during crimes." Ngo also said the group "retweeted a post calling for addresses of the family of their target."
Ngo also mentioned that "far-left writer" Gretchen Felker-Martin, who he said penned a "novel where two trans people murder their targets," called for "violence." One of Felker-Martin's Friday tweets read, "Enough is enough with peaceful protest."
Ngo added that the "far-left Abolitionist Law Center"— anticipating that its "comrades will be arrested for crimes" — is "calling for people to donate to abortion & bail funds. Many far-left groups exist in US to provide legal support & bail money to violent far-left extremists."