With the recent failures of the Antifa rallies, the thought on everyone’s mind is, “they’re running out of money”. There are a lot of theories out there that Antifa just isn’t being funded anymore. While these theories are likely true, there are other fanatical situations the group is having to face. One being, for example, is the former president of the Berkeley College Republicans suing a known Antifa member for more than $100,000 in damages.
Troy Worden, the former president of the Berkeley College Republicans (he was impeached for being too “Alt-Right”, which to me seem extremely ridiculous) is lacing his boots up and going toe to toe with one of Antifa’s power players Yvette Felarca. This masked menace is a national organizer for the organization By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) and the leader of the Berkeley chapter, which aligns itself with AntiFa. She’s also a regular at her local jail for assault, inciting violence, and resisting arrest. Felarca had been triggered earlier when a “frivolous” restraining order she had filed against Worden was dropped. There was no evidence to support that Worden had been stalking her, yet she continuously tried to use her dose of female privilege to do the very thing she had accused Worden of doing.
Worden is finally proclaiming “enough is enough”. He and his attorney, Mark Meuser, have announced in a press release that they will be seeking more than $100,000 in damages from Felarca, letting it be known that the restraining orders were an attempt to restrict Worden’s First Amendment rights. Meuser had this to say in the press release:
“Felarca filed a frivolous restraining order that restricted Worden’s First and Second Amendment rights, and made it difficult for him to move around the campus to attend classes. Felarca and her attorney attempted to make free speech expensive and it is time that they pay for their misuse of the court system.”
The left has always been known to bend the system to fit their agenda, whatever it may be at the time. Worden requested that the court give sanctions to Felarca’s attorney, Shanta Driver, who is the National Chair and founder of the organization BAMN. Noting that Driver was extremely incompetent when it came to the restraining order situation. “I am glad that we are no longer playing defense and that we are finally going after BAMN for filing this frivolous action.” Worden added in the press release.
As it seems today, Antifa’s day’s are numbered. People are waking up, standing up, and speaking up. We are fighting for the America we deserve.