A Twitter user who describes themself as a “Marxist-Leninist” publicly posted the address of a rubber bullet factory, telling Pennslyvania protesters that they create the rubber bullets for law enforcement and the Israeli Defense Force.
Twitter user Red Diamond: Political Educator in Training, which identifies as a communist and may be linked to Antifa, told Pennsylvania protesters the address of Combined Tactical Systems with a thinly veiled message urging them not to stage a protest.
“PENNSYLVANIA ORGANIZERS,” wrote the account owner. “Do NOT organize a protest at the Combined Tactical Systems Manufacturing Plant at 388 Kinsman Road.”
The account owner went on, “They are producing rubber bullet cartridges for the police and IDF, and attacking them would be very illegal.”
Do NOT organize a protest at the Combined Tactical Systems manufacturing plant at 388 Kinsman Road, Jamestown Pennsylvania 16134
They are producing rubber bullet cartridges for the police and IDF, and attacking them would be very illegal
— Red Diamond: Political Educator in Training (@RedDiamondMP) June 1, 2020
Rubber bullets have been used extensively across the country as rioting and looting continue to escalate following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Despite President Donald Trump signing an executive order last week that seeks to eliminate overt political bias on behalf of social media companies, Twitter has continued to allow protesters and rioters to use its platform to organize looting.
National File reported that Twitter has been notified about several users on the platform coordinating the same looting campaign, and has not banned those accounts.
A Twitter spokesperson did release a comment to Breibart News, however did not address the criminal nature of the Tweets.
“We’re taking proactive action on any coordinated attempts to disrupt the public conversation around this issue.
Instead Twitter changed the classic blue icon to black, and replaced it’s own bio with #BlackLivesMatter. Another official Twitter page, @TwitterTogether had the time to share another tweet.
Riots continued to escalate across the country over the weekend, spreading to California, Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, and Georgia among other states.