Antifa Congressman Keith Ellison Lies about his Connection to Hate Group

Back in the 1980s, critics used to say that Republicans were too comfortable with hypocrisy and Democrats were to comfortable lying. A few GOP members got busted having extra-marital affairs.

While Republicans have largely cleaned up their act, Congressman Keith Ellison must be an ’80s Democrat. At least according to several radical hate groups.

In this expose the Minnesota congressman is asked pointed questions about his affiliations with nefarious and racist organizations. Like a true ’80s politician, the 54-year-old Democrat stands tall denying any and all connections with hate groups. His assertive indignation is reminiscent of ex-Pres. Bill Clinton saying, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.”

While that’s been a recent problem for “Slick Willy” in the face of the #MeToo movement, Rep. Ellison hopes to become Attorney General and a link to a lawless liberal street gang such as Antifa could be a problem. Actually, it is a problem.

While Ellison may think he’s slick, he published pro-Antifa tweets and literally posed with a copy of “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook.” The pic is making the social media rounds as he continues to deny it. Fortunately for anyone running against Ellison, Antifa is far from the worst affiliation he’s denying.

Take a few moments and check out this expose and find out what Rep. Ellison is really hiding. To say he won’t get your vote would be an understatement!

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