Antifa Plotting Arson Attacks on Tesla Dealerships to ‘Protest’ Elon Musk

Members of the violent far-left terrorist group Antifa are plotting arson attacks at Tesla dealerships across America to “protest” the electric automaker’s CEO Elon Musk, according to reports.

Musk has expressed concern about recent tweets emerging on Twitter that encourage arson attacks against Tesla.

The report stemmed from journalist Andy Ngo, who has previously given testimony before Congress as an expert on Antifa.

Mgo shared a screenshot on his Twitter account from a now-suspended user who was calling for Antifa members to “protest” outside of Tesla dealerships.

The tweet from the Antifa-affiliated account read “Tonight in Portland!

“Every city, every town!

“Show up at your local Tesla dealerships in protest of Elon Musk!”

The same tweet included an image that shows a Telsa car on fire.

The calls have reportedly caused Tesla dealerships across the country to be put on high alert.

Twitter users saved the original flyer from the now-suspended user that was being spread by Antifa members:

As many were quick to point out, the flyer suggests Antifa doesn’t want to “protest” at all but rather start a violent riot.

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Shortly after the flyer made rounds on the internet, Ngo reported that a man with a crowbar in Lynnwood, Washington lit a fire near propane tanks outside of a Tesla building.

Many of the users who were inciting violence at Tesla Dealerships have been suspended from Twitter.

Twitter has finally turned away from its old policies, which previously allowed Black Lives Matter and Antifa operatives to promote violence while enjoying immunity from suspension.

Many of the users reported on the thread were banned several hours after being reported to Musk, suggesting that he took direct action to shut down their accounts.

Hours after the bans, Antifa militants took to the social media platform to organize arson attacks on Tesla locations around the United States.

Antifa members were posting the addresses of Tesla service centers and dealerships before their accounts were shut down by Twitter.

“As revenge for [Elon Musk] suspending violent extremist accounts on Twitter, [Antifa] in Portland are organizing arson attacks on [Tesla] locations tonight,” reported Ngo, who provided screenshots of the calls to action.

“This is just a drop in the ocean of years of violent organizing on Twitter,” he added.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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