(Natural News) A domestic terrorist who calls himself an “antifascist” (antifa) shot a man over the weekend after infiltrating a health freedom protest that was held in the Washington state capitol in Olympia.
Video footage – see below – shows right-wing activist Tusitala “Tiny” Toese on the ground bleeding after a member of Antifa Black Bloc unloaded at least five rounds at him.
Chaotic moments before shooting. I'm filming here along side the Antifa Black Bloc after they retreat .8 miles, only coming within 1 block of the Capitol. PB marched across town to them. At :43 they go into an all out charge pursuing some into an alley and down by the bus depot – pic.twitter.com/TTOOgskIhU
— Jeremy Lee Quinn (@JLeeQuinn) September 4, 2021
The incident took place at the direct call of the Antifa Black Bloc, which called for comrades to invade the Proud Boys-attended event outside the Washington state capitol. Toese and other defenders of health freedom were making their voices heard against Gov. Jay Inslee’s latest installment of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine and mask mandates.
“I’m filming here along side the Antifa Black Bloc after they retreat .8 miles, only coming within 1 block of the Capitol,” tweeted Jeremy Lee Quinn, the man who filmed Toese on the ground bleeding.
“PB marched across town to them. At :43 they go into an all out charge pursuing some into an alley and down by the bus depot.”
Observers and bystanders attempted to help Toese by offering him assistance and taking off his shoes. The following video depicts what appears to be the gunshots that were discharged at Toese:
Sounds like shots were fired?
— The Daily Sneed™ ➐ (@Tr00peRR) September 4, 2021
Tiny was on antifa’s “kill list”
In one of the videos, a man is heard yelling the words, “Tiny got shot in the leg!” Toese, reports indicate, became a target after antifa added him to their “kill list” during a previous encounter in Portland on August 22.
As for this latest altercation, antifa is claiming that Toese somehow shot himself multiple times, even though video evidence shows that his hands were full at the time, carrying with him a shield and a stick.
“The man who was reportedly shot by antifa today in Olympia, Wash. was put on their kill list during their recent occupation in downtown Portland,” tweeted independent journalist Andy Ngo. “To cover for this, antifa accounts are lying & said he shot himself.”
Meanwhile, antifa comrades on Twitter celebrated the shooting. One even mocked the death of Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt during the January 6 “insurrection” at the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
“… someone make sure the comrade who shot Tiny is ok and buy them dinner,” tweeted one antifascist.
“… tiny caught a bullet but it only hit his leg,” tweeted another. “Should’ve been a better shot, got him in the head.”
These and other celebrations of violence and calls for murder remain on Twitter, which does not consider them to be in violation of its “community standards.”
“Tiny went to an anti vaxx rally and got his first shot, how’s that for irony lol,” tweeted yet another, making a joke out of blatant violence in broad daylight.
Ngo has repeatedly been targeted by antifa himself. He had a concrete “milkshake” thrown at him in Portland, and more recently he was attacked by antifa militants, again in Portland, for trying to cover the protests taking place there.
“No journalist in America should ever face violence for doing his or her job,” Ngo tweeted about the assault.
“Yet on Friday, May 28, Antifa tried to kill me again while I was reporting on the ongoing protests and riots in Portland, Ore. for a new chapter of my book, ‘Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.'”
“I was chased, attacked and beaten by a masked mob, baying for my blood. Had I not been able to shelter wounded and bleeding inside a hotel while they beat the doors and windows like animals, there is no doubt in my mind I would not be here today.”
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