Antifa has targeted a Republican Denton County chair, labeling him a white supremacist online and plastering the area near his home with fliers saying that he associates with Nazis, giving out his phone number and email. They have disrupted the life of this Army veteran and his wife, who is due with their first child in three months.
Councilman Joseph Kane told Chris Salcedo on today's "Chris Salcedo Show" that they started attacking him a few months ago after he attended the Day Without a Woman March in his "Make America Great Again" hat. He was observing the event and "wanted to hear them out." Antifa posted his vehicle information on Twitter after that.
He reported that among his 4000 Twitter followers, around 50 could be construed as "alt-right types." Antifa decided this made him a white nationalist. Chris said that sounded like the tactics of a terrorist group, while Kane said it seemed like it was right out of Saul Alinksy's "Rules for Radicals."