The “Anti-Fascism” Movement’s New Protest Tactic Is Utterly Appalling! [VIDEO]

What’s worse? Getting into a fight or someone spraying their pee all over you? Well… if you decide to go toe-to-tie with members of Antifa… you might get both! Their new weapon of choice? Human urine…

And it’s not just against counter-protesters… nope… they’re hurling them at law enforcement as well.

Via their Twitter, The Boston Police Department stated: “ is asking individuals to refrain from throwing urine, bottles and other harmful projectiles at our officers.”

This message shouldn’t even be nessecary but leave it to folks like Antifa to get disgusting. Boston Police Commissioner William Evans even stated during a press conference that protesters did, indeed, hit officers with urine filled objects.

“I’m sorry to report that we did have some bottles thrown at our officers that did have urine in it. A couple of our officers were hit with that,” Evans said. “They were hit with a lot of stuff today.”

This isn’t their first time, either. This seems to be Day 1 Antifa training — throw your pee at people you don’t agree with; even if they’re cops who are trained and ordered to protect you.

“Two of my producers just got sprayed with urine,” CBS News’ Katie Couric wrote on Twitter. “Lovely. Hard to keep your cool.” They seem to be doing this at all new protests now, either it’s their own or a counter-protest.

Couric didn’t say which side the pee-chuckers were on but given that we know this is now their day 1 tactic, we can put two and two together.


A protest held just some months ago in Oregon had to be relocated after balloons filled with pee and feces was seen huring at Pro First Amendent ralliers, prompting to say: “The decision to move the group located in Chapman Square was made after [Portland police] had repeatedly observed objects being thrown and shot from slingshot type devices from Chapman Square into Terry Shrunk Plaza.”

“These objects included urine and feces filled balloons, balloons with unknown chemicals, marbles, bricks and rocks,” Marshman wrote.