A masked anti-Trump protester has shown a flag and a beheading video of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group on a screen of his cell phone in order to intimidate Trump’s supporters.
Photos of a masked anti-Trump protester, showing a flag of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group and a beheading propaganda video, released by the same terrorist organization, on a screen of his cell phone, were published by the Infowars news website.
According to the individual, who took the photos, being inside the Proper 21 sports bar in northwest Washington, and sent them to Infowars, the protester approached the glass window and started to show the flag and video on his phone in order to intimidate Trump’s supporters, who were inside the bar.
“A man outside in a partial black mask held up an ISIS flag on his phone he was showing people inside through the glass (mainly Trump supporters),” Infowars quoted its source.
“He pointed both fingers to his eyes and then to those watching him,” the source added. “We alerted security at the bar but do not think anything was done. He returned to show a video of an ISIS beheading as if to taunt those inside.”
According to the individual, he had filed an online FBI report about the incident.
The website noted that now, “social justice warriors” are actively using IS propaganda, trying “to intimidate their political adversaries.” In December 2015, the terrorist group even issued a manifesto, according to the European Muslims Allying With Left Wing Activists section of which, jihadists and left-wingers “will start to work together in small cells of groups to fight and sabotage against the financial elite.”