An Antifa blog called for activists to give Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School graduate David Hogg a wedgie on Tuesday after the anti-gun activist appeared in photos with right-wing organization members.
Cutting Class, which describes itself as “a platform for the kids of Generation F***ed,” called for activists to give “self-important little s**tstain” Hogg a wedgie after seeing him speaking with members of comedian Gavin McInnes’s Proud Boys fraternal group.
Hogg attended a stop on the “Road To Change” tour hosted by March For Our Lives, which allegedly posted and deleted photos in which the anti-gun activist posed with Proud Boys.
“March For Our Lives doubled down on defending their ‘dialogue’ like the useless f***ing liberals they are — as if the past few years hasn’t definitively put dialogue with fascists in the dustbin of ideology,” Cutting Class said.
“I think it’s cool Proud Boys went to engage Hogg in a civil discussion, but these days I’m more inclined to agree with Antifa,” McInnes told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “The modern left isn’t looking for dialogue or truth. They’re looking for a civil war — and they got it!”
“We always felt iffy about (Hogg),” the Antifa group explained. “His dad’s a f***ing fed, so he was basically born a cop collaborator & informant. Rule #1 of organizing is don’t talk to cops, and we’re pretty sure he breaks that rule every time he goes home. Also, his last name is HOGG? Talk about on the nose. Oink oink.”
The group griped that Hogg took a photo with someone wearing a shirt saying “love your nation, hate Antifa.”
The group noted that it was “a little pissed” at the prominence achieved by March For Our Lives, which was featured on TV in March, when Cutting Class was founded.
At least a couple of other Antifa groups shared Cutting Class’s article, including Autonomous Student Network — Austin, an organization that advocated for National Law Enforcement Incineration Day.
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