Christian Militia Oath Keepers Vow To Battle Antifa Outside Courthouse When Michael Flynn Is Sentenced

Via press release:

On December 18, 2018 a cadre of Patriots from around the country will stand together, front and center, on the steps of the DC Federal Court, in Washington DC, to demonstrate their support for Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn. General Flynn will be sentenced by Judge Emmet Sullivan. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has stated that he does not believe General Flynn should receive jail time, having rendered “substantial assistance” to the Mueller Investigation, particularly in the early days of the ongoing investigation.

Lieutenant General Michael Flynn has been silent leading up to his day in court, but millions of President Trump supporters eagerly anticipate what the General will have to say. John B. Wells, notable patriot and host of the popular Talk Shows Caravan to Midnight and Ark Midnight, recently learned that a substantial Antifa presence is expected and social media indicates that the domestic terror group may bus in from as far away as Berkeley, California.

They will be met by patriotic military and police veterans. When asked about the Oath Keepers’ intentions, Founder, Stewart Rhodes, stated, “The Oath Keepers will stand up for Lieutenant General Michael Flynn’s freedom of speech. We have confirmed Antifa will be there and may attempt to silence by force. Oath Keepers will be there to protect people from unlawful violence as consistently perpetrated by Antifa.”

Rhodes last appeared on JMG in July 2017 when he declared that the United States would now be in a full-blown civil war if Hillary Clinton had been elected president.

In early 2015 members of the Oath Keepers appeared in Ferguson, Missouri to “help” local police quell civil unrest. Later in the year they offered to assemble in Kentucky to defend Kim Davis from rearrest. They canceled that action on the request of the Liberty Counsel.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Oath Keepers are affiliated with the white supremacy movement. Both the SPLC and the Anti-Defamation League classify the Oath Keepers as extremists “fueled by a wild set of conspiracy theories.