Journalist Who Supports Pedophilia To Help Antifa Disrupt Pro-Free Speech Rally In Washington DC

(Tea Party PAC) – An activist who wrote articles supporting pedophilia in the 1990s has been spotted attending an Antifa meeting on Tuesday.

The event was held to plan Antifa’s disruption of the upcoming July 6th Demand Free Speech Rally in Washington DC.

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the irony that a group that claims to oppose fascism will literally be protesting free speech.

The activist, Luke Kuhn, has written several articles defending pedophilia, including a now-archived piece in which he said, “Many early-teenage girls would LOVE a roll in the hay with Leonardo DeCaprio! It is no crime for DeCaprio to take the girls up on the offers he must surely get.”

Of Ronald McDonald, the child molester, Kuhn downplayed the damage that molestation does to children, saying, “After all, a burger loaded with E. Coli or Mad Cow disease will do a child far more damage than some seedy sexual encounter in the woods behind the school could ever dream of. In fact, in the case of Mad Cow disease, all but the most brutal of rapists would do less damage.”

Kuhn also believes that Mary Kay Letourneau, the school teacher who was arrested after an affair with a 13-year-old boy, should have used deadly force against policemen who detained her. “This woman committed no crime whatsoever.”

“As such, I feel that she had (and has) the right to use deadly force to resist arrest and should have been carrying a gun when she was in the car and planning to flee the United Snakes of AmeriKKKa,” he continued.

DC journalists from News2Share managed to infiltrate and film a livestream of Tuesday’s Antifa meeting, where Kuhn was spotted.

You can watch the full meeting in the clip below, and see Kuhn around the 29-minute mark dressed in a grey shirt with cut off sleeves:

On Monday, an unidentified Antifa member threatened to attack attendees of the free speech rally with acid, writing, “I just want to toss as many balloons of Muriatic acid in the faces as many Proud Boys I can.”

The threat came within a day of the attack on journalist Andy Ngo during a Portland Antifa rally.