“On March 20, 2019, Eric Bolling was sitting with some friends at the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., when a man walked by his table and said — loud enough for them to hear — that Eric’s son ‘killed himself because he was embarrassed by his dad.’ Eric followed the hate-fueled man out of the hotel and started filming what came next,” posted Bolling on social media.
Watch Bolling’s confrontation and the aftermath below:
On March 20, 2019, Eric Bolling was sitting with some friends at the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., when a man walked by his table and said — loud enough for them to hear — that Eric’s son "killed himself because he was embarrassed by his dad.” Eric followed the hate-fueled man out of the hotel and started filming what came next.
Posted by America with Eric Bolling on Thursday, March 21, 2019
ANTIFA ARREST: DC Antifa Leader Charged with ‘Terroristic Threats’ and ‘Ethnic Intimidation’
A local Antifa leader from the Washington, DC area was arrested on “multiple felony charges” in Philadelphia earlier this month, with authorities saying the man was wanted for an attack against two Marines late last year.
The anarchist activist now “faces 17 charges, including multiple counts of aggravated assault, ethnic intimidation, conspiracy and terroristic threats, and one count of robbery while inflicting serious bodily injury,” writes the Daily Caller.
The man is reportedly an organizer with Smash Racism DC, an Antifa-related organization behind the left-wing mob that attacked Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s DC home months ago.
The group was also responsible for accosting Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife as they dined in a Washington restaurant.
Read the full report at the Daily Caller.
ANTIFA ASSAULT: Judge Refuses to DROP FELONY Charges Against Antifa Leader
A California judge refused to drop felony charges Thursday against a school teacher and self-described Antifa leader who allegedly incited violence at a political rally in Sacramento nearly two years ago.
Yvette Felarca, the 47-year-old spokesperson for Antifa-related organization By Any Means Necessary, is accused of “inciting and participating in a riot” in June 2016 when hundreds of protesters confronted white nationalist groups at a rally near the state Capitol.
A judge refused her lawyer’s claim that the charges were a politically charged “witch hunt” to harm the Antifa, or ‘Anti-Fascist’ movement.
“In the aftermath, the California Highway Patrol and Sacramento District Attorney have done nothing to prosecute the fascists who attempted to murder people in Sacramento,” the motion to dismiss stated.
“I think the judge’s decision was politically motivated; I don’t think it was valid,” added Felarca’s lawyer. “I think that this decision is regarded by all as being really outrageous.”
Read the full story at Fox News.