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The Antifa Scum in Atlanta

Posted on | March 9, 2023 | Comments Off on The Antifa Scum in Atlanta

The “mostly peaceful” mob of Antifa who rioted Sunday at the site of a planned police training center in Atlanta were mostly out-of-state, including this habitual rioter from North Carolina:

Jamie Marsicano, who was booked under the name “James Marsicana,” is a 29-year-old law student at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, according to the school’s website.
Marsicano — who identifies as a “white trans femme organizer” in online profiles — was arrested in June 2020 and charged with assault on a government official and resisting a public officer during the George Floyd protests in Charlotte. Those charges were later dropped.
Between June 2020 and September 2020, Marsicano was arrested five times, according to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office.

Y’know, I’m old enough to remember when drag queens in Atlanta were mainly about lip-syncing show tunes in gay bars, not fire-bombing police.

Accused terrorist Ehret Nottingham

This terrorism suspect is from Colorado:

Ehret Nottingham, 22, is a serial activist who has also taken a central role in pro-abortion and fair wage rallies.
In a interview in June 2020, while studying political science at Colorado State University, Nottingham said he ‘became an activist’ in 2018.
He described himself as a climate activist who was also involved in Black Lives Matter protests. He said he has a ‘whole lot of privilege and a whole lot of ability to affect the world’.
‘The role in my future that I hope to achieve is to be an advocate and the platform I have to make change,’ said Nottingham. He said he met ‘most of my activist friends’ through Instagram.

The ambition to “be an advocate” — where does it come from? Perhaps from the recognition that it’s better than working an actual job, doing something useful and productive to pay the bills.

Accused terrorist Mattia Luini

This terrorism suspect is from New York:

Mattia Luini, 30, and his fellow protesters are accused of carrying out Sunday’s “coordinated attack” on the under-construction Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, which saw cops pelted with Molotov cocktails and fireworks.
Luini, whose late father, Ivan Luini, helped popularize high-end plastic furniture in the US, was still stuck behind bars as of Tuesday afternoon, online court records showed.
His mother, Micaela Martegani, who is involved in the Big Apple’s art world, told The Post Tuesday that she’d only spoken to her son briefly since his arrest — and that he’d insisted the violent incident was “completely random.”
“We haven’t been able to talk in much detail. He doesn’t know much of what happened,” Martegani said.
Luini had said he was heading to Atlanta over the weekend only to attend a concert and “protest the development of the forest,” according to his mom.
Police, however, say he was among those who allegedly staged an attack to protest the $90 million development of the training center — dubbed “Cop City.”
It wasn’t immediately clear what Luini, who appears to have been raised in New York City, does for a living or if he still calls the Big Apple home.
His businessman father, Ivan, was president of the New York-based Kartell US — a high-end Italian furniture company that specialized in plastic design.
The elder Luini was killed in a small plane crash near the Colorado-Wyoming border back in 2006, the New York Times reported at the time.
Meanwhile, Luini’s mom is the founder and director of More Art — a nonprofit organization that helps create public art projects across the city.
Martegani told The Post on Tuesday she wasn’t sure if she would head to Atlanta to meet with her currently imprisoned son.
“He’s doing okay. I spoke to him recently but I’m not sure yet if I’m going to go down to Atlanta,” she said.
Cops have accused Luini and his fellow protesters of using the “cover of a peaceful protest” at the proposed training center to unleash havoc.
“They changed into black clothing, entered the construction area, and began to throw large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers,” cops said. “The agitators destroyed multiple pieces of construction equipment by fire and vandalism.”

Degenerate offspring of wealthy capitalists — it’s an all-too-familiar tale in a nation where liberalism has become the religion of the elite.

All these Antifa vermin — the “white trans femme organizer” from North Carolina, the “privileged” climate activist from Colorado, the heir to a furniture fortune from New York — did not just show up in Atlanta coincidentally. Authorities in Georgia are investigating these “mostly peaceful protests” and the individuals involved in organizing them. If you suspect that there is a nationwide criminal conspiracy behind the “Stop Cop City” protests, you are certainly not alone in that suspicion.





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