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BREAKING: Stew Peters Unveils Alleged Antifa 'Hit List' Targeting President Trump, High-Profile Republicans

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A self-described infiltrator of an Antifa group in Germany provided radio host Stew Peters with what appears to be an assassination “hit list” targeting President Donald Trump, prominent conservatives, and high-profile individuals.

The former President was a target in what appears to be an Antifa “hit list” provided exclusively to radio host Stew Peters by an alleged Antifa infiltrator.

The infiltrator told Peters that the Antifa cell is based in Germany, and provided a list of high-profile conservatives, doctors, and media figures with specific instructions for the individuals listed to presumably be assassinated.

The list calls for prominent “dangerous corona deniers” to be “taken out” and “eliminated.”

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A portion of the alleged Antifa “hit list” reads:

“This is the list of the biggest 250 misanthropes. I’ll tell you honestly: For many of them, only a removal would actually help. That’s what you do with dangerous animals that get too close to settlements. These people are much more dangerous than any animal. Tens of thousands more people will die because of their propaganda. Would it really be a crime to take out 250 people to save tens of thousands? Of course, this is a purely hypothetical question, because I don’t want to incite anyone to do anything, because that would be punishable by law. But how many people would have died in World War II if the 250 worst Nazis had been taken out in time? In the coming weeks and months, however, these people will realize that you can cause them big problems even without physical violence. All it takes is a notebook.”

Names of those targeted include President Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Tucker Carlson, Rand Paul, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, Nicki Minaj, among others.

“It’s obvious this letter is calling for assassinations,” said Peters, adding that the Antifa group was using “fake evasions in the hopes that it will make the police ignore them.”

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