The Atlanta Terrorists Are Children of Privilege

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Are the Yankees burning Atlanta?

We know that the majority of Antifa terrorists who attacked Atlanta this weekend and occupied the future site of a public safety center for months hail from no place near Atlanta. We learn more about these criminals and realize that they aren’t oppressed minorities who are fighting against the system.

Many of the terrorists in Atlanta are children of great privilege.

Francis Carroll is a suspect in setting a fire to a police cruiser Saturday night. He is very evil-looking.

Carroll hails from Kennebunkport, Maine. He was born in the home of his parents before moving to Atlanta.

Andy Ngo, an editor of the New York Post, noted that Carroll was among six people arrested on Dec. 13 for domestic terrorist, assault, and other offenses. This arrest follows a string of property attacks in the region, as well as assaults on officers, and a carjacking.

Serena Hertal is next. She graduated from Pitzer College, Claremont (Calif.), at $82,000 per annum. How did she manage to make this expensive education work for her? In Atlanta, she is facing charges of domestic terrorism, aggravated assault, and criminal trespass.

Ivan James Ferguson is a clarinetist. A Nevada native, Ivan James Ferguson (23), is a clarinetist. Ferguson performed with orchestras on the West Coast, before deciding to give it all up to protect San Francisco. He should be a decent prisoner.

Meet Emily Kathryn Murphy. The native of Gross Isle, Mich., doesn’t quite have the posh upbringing of some of these other terrorists, but at age 37, she does have the life experience to know better. However, she had a high-ranking role in Al Gore’s “Climate Reality Project” organization, which served as her gateway drug to eco-extremism and vegan activism.

Ngo reports Murphy’s blog post: “I’ve been vegan for five and a half years, and my family still hasn’t understood what veganism is.” Emily isn’t the only one.

Madeleine Feola (22), of Spokane, is a special mention. She attended Oberlin College in Ohio. She was a far-left and tony student. She studied archaeology, with a particular focus on decolonization. Feola is now known as “Henri.” Because if you’re wealthy, why not use French names for your transition to France?

Ngo recounts Atlanta Antifa thugs’ arrests earlier in an epic thread that stretches back to last year. These people are from extraordinarily privileged backgrounds.

These brats were able to hide in the woods and throw firebombs at officers.

These arrests also contain a few snots of privileged backgrounds:

According to her LinkedIn, Teresa Yue Shen was a Brooklyn woman arrested on January 18. She graduated from Barnard College and worked for CNN, Reuters, and other news agencies.

Abigail Elizabeth Skapyak from Minneapolis. Skapyak was arrested on May 17.

Marianna H. Lange, a violinist from New York University, was arrested on May 17.

Madeleine “Matthias” Gunther Kodat, a former provost and dean at Lawrence University, was taken into custody on May 17th.

Shen is 31 years old and was raised by a Chinese publishing and pharmaceutical giant. Shen lived in Brooklyn for half a million dollars before she started a life of crime.

These twerps claim that they lack leadership but have the infrastructure to make statements.

We demand that more action is taken against those companies that donate or support the Cop City project in Atlanta. ” They stated that forest defenders are allowed to stay in the forest and that they will continue to retaliate until the Cop City Project is canceled.

This statement is false. These terrorists do not defend “forests” as though they were protected. It is an old prison that has been overgrown, and it belongs to the city.

Gov. Brian Kemp (R.Ga. On Wednesday, Gov. Brian Kemp (R.Ga.) spoke on Fox Business with Neil Cavuto about the terrorist attacks in Atlanta.

He stated that he was frustrated by the situation and forced the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to work with the State Patrol to create a safe environment. ”

Kemp stated, “We’re bringing these people before the law, and sending a message.” Two years ago, in civil unrest, many people from outside of the state came to our city to try to demolish businesses and government property like police cars… We made it clear that we will not tolerate this in Georgia.

These terrorists need to be stopped by the local and state authorities. Atlanta cannot let carpetbaggers dictate its actions.