Antifa Thug Facing Assault Charges in Beating of Two Marines in Philadelphia Tied To Maxine Waters, Other Key Democrats
Antifa Thug Facing Assault Charges in Beating of Two Marines in Philadelphia Tied To Maxine Waters, Other Key Democrats by Cristina Laila for The Gateway Pundit
Dem Rep. Maxine Waters (L) Antifa thug Joseph Alcoff (R)
Why hasn’t Maxine Waters been hit with an ethics investigation or censured over her calls for violence against Trump supporters?
As previously reported, two Marine Corps Reservists were attacked, maced and robbed in Philadelphia in November by a mob of Antifa protesters who called the Marines “Nazis” and “White Supremacists,” according to police.
Police reported the Marines were attacked blocks away from the rally by protesters who punched, kicked and maced them and stole a cellphone from one Marine. Police have not stated whether or not the Marines attended the rally.
On January 10th, DC Antifa leader Joseph “Jose” Alcoff AKA “Chepe,” was arrested and charged with multiple felonies in connection with the attack against the Marines.
Alcoff 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, reported the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Far-left Antifa thug Joseph Alcoff pictured below:
Since the news has chosen not to cover this we figured we would do a quick thread on it. Meet the third antifa terrorist arrested in Philadelphia for attacking 2 hispanic marines. “Joseph Alcoff” pic.twitter.com/RpFdUjwpDw
— PatriotsAreWatching (@PatriotWrath) January 28, 2019
It turns out this violent Antifa leader is tied to Maxine Waters and other key Democrats — SHOCKER.
Via Fox News:
On Monday, the 37-year-old has a court date in connection with charges he’s facing in Philadelphia that include aggravated assault and ethnic intimidation for allegedly being part of an Antifa mob in November that attacked two Marines, Alejandro Godinez and Luis Torres, both Hispanic. Alcoff and two others charged in the attack have pleaded not guilty.
But while Democratic officials are distancing themselves from Alcoff now, until recently he was a well-connected, aspiring political player in Washington who may have even had a hand in key policy proposals.