Antifa News Site Sells ‘Hate Cops’ And ‘Hospitalize Your Local Fascist’ Badges


by Rob Shimshock

An Antifa news site sells badges saying “hate cops” and “hospitalize your local fascist” along with other memorabilia.

The retailer and news site, It’s Going Down, describes itself as “a digital community center from anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements.”

It’s Going Down sells a 24-pack of stickers with slogans such as “This is an Antifa zone. Nazis, cops, and Klan go home” and “Become ungovernable: resist fascism and oppression” for $15.00. Along with the aforementioned “hospitalize your local fascist” badge, the site also sells badges reading “no more presidents” and “not gay as in happy, queer as in f*** you.”

Another sticker available for purchase states “lustful wrath against the cis-tem,” playing on “system” with the prefix of “cisgender,” the term used to describe individuals who identify as the gender matching their birth sex.

It’s Going Down does not typically feature articles from named authors, instead publishing pieces from anonymous contributors and groups like the Twin Cities General Defense Committee, whose members describe capitalism as “authoritarian theft” and have advocated disarming cops.

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NFL Team Will Have Male Cheerleaders For The First Time Ever


by Gabrielle Okun

A National Football League(NFL) team will have male cheerleaders for the first time ever, according to a USA Today Wednesday report.

The Los Angeles Rams are changing NFL history by including male cheerleaders Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies as a part of their spirit squad, USA Today reported. LA natives Peron and Jinnies truly broke barriers by becoming the first male cheerleaders for any NFL team.

“I thought, ‘Why not me? Why can’t I do this?’” Peron said during an interview with “Good Morning America” Wednesday.

Jinnies emphasized the auditions were quite strenuous. “They were unlike anything I’ve ever been to. I’m used to getting a call after or an email,” Jinnies said, referring to other auditions. “This one was about three weeks long, and we had a bunch of rehearsals in between and an extensive interview process, but it was really humbling and amazing to be invited every time you came back,” he added, according to ABC News.

LA Rams cheerleading captain Emily Leibert also praised the decision during the interview. “They really just fit the bill to be a Los Angeles Rams cheerleader. They are intelligent; they are eloquent; they are more than qualified to be ambassadors out in the community,” Leibert said. “They bring so much energy, and there’s something so magnetic about their performance; you really can’t take your eyes off them.”

Both the Baltimore Ravens and Indiana Colts have male members on their teams, but the men work as stuntmen rather than cheerleaders.