Antifa Hangs Severed Pig Heads and Signs Calling for Revolutionary Violence at Texas Political Offices


An Antifa group in Texas placed severed pig heads at polling stations and campaign offices in Austin along with signs calling for revolutionary violence last week.

The pig carcasses and the violently worded signs were placed at the offices of Republican Senator Ted Cruz, but also at his Democrat opponent’s office, according to images posted to Twitter.

The graffiti was supposedly created by a communist group calling itself Red Guards Austin. One of the signs read, “Cuz and O’Rourke are imperialist pigs. Elections, NO! Revolution, Yes!”

According to the website Far Left Watch:

After attacking five separate GOP offices, Antifa has escalated their extremist activities by placing severed pig heads at multiple polling locations and campaign offices in the Austin, TX area. This comes directly on the heels of the media accusing Republicans of “seizing” on the “angry mob” mantra in order to generate a better turnout for the midterms.

The Red Guards Austin recently shared a blog post with their 8,000 Facebook followers in which they commemorated Mao Zedong’s brutal communist revolution that resulted in millions of people being slaughtered. In this blog post, they called for a boycott of the “bourgeois elections” and advocated for organized revolutionary violence.

Far Left Watch added:

They ended this blog post as they usually do with overt calls for armed violence, “Boycott the Bourgeois Elections! Elections, no! Revolution, yes! The ruling class will rule no more! Revolution, Peoples War!”

Red Guards Austin also posted to Facebook urging Texans not to vote but instead rise up in armed violence.

H/T Gateway Pundit.

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