Antifa Thugs Mess with the Wrong Town, Get the Mess Beat Out of Them (VIDEO)

As Antifa decided to move their way into one California city, the men of the city decided that they weren't going to let their hometown be destroyed like the rest of the country. They decided to defend what was theirs.

The thugs soon realized that they came to the wrong town because they got the dog mess beat out of them.

A group of the men fought against the thugs and ran them out of town.

According to Todd Starnes,

A small gang of Antifa thugs tried to stir up trouble in Yucaipa, California – but it turns out they messed with the wrong town. Video shows citizens turning out in large numbers to chase the thugs out of town.

“They just beat the ever-loving snot out of three or four guys,” said an unidentified man who was filming the beat down. “The Antifa guys are not doing well at all here. They’re getting the **** kicked out of them.”

At least one of the Antifa thugs lost his shirt and one of his shoes as he was chased around a parking lot.

“You can’t come to Yucapia with this ***,” the videographer said.

The Antifa thugs finally got the message and scampered off – but not before a local resident offered a helping hand.

“Hey homie,” the man yelled. “Here’s your shoe, dog.”


Here is a video of people preparing for the riots. They were determined not to let the thugs destroy their city. As you can see in the video people are standing outside of businesses and are posted up on tops of buildings. There was no way that they were going to let these terrorists win.

This is what more of these cities need to be doing. Some of them are, but they're typically not the liberal cites because they're scared and aren't as well-armed as the more conservative towns.

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