Biden Says Antifa “Just an Idea,” Yet Website Takes You to ‘Biden for President’ Donation Page

Antifa, Wiki
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden defended Antifa, the far-left anarchist movement, refusing to acknowledge that the radical left is responsible for violence and rioting in Democrat cities and said white supremacists pose a greater danger to the country. Biden said that Antifa is “an idea, not an organization.” Curiously, the website redirects to Joe Biden’s campaign donation page.

Democrat Joe Biden would not share that Antifa is a terrorist organization but the URL redirects to Joe Biden’s campaign donation page?

Last night during the first Presidential debate Biden stated that Antifa was an idea:


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Alberta Phillips
Alberta Phillips
7 months ago

I am having trouble getting to your articles but I won’t have any trouble voting since I have received multiple ballots to mail in and many texts and emails asking me to send my vote by mail right now. I plan on going to vote in person. I think that’s the only way to ensure that your vote is counted. Unless the voting machines are compromised. What do you think?