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Tuesday, April 9, 2019
2nd Amendment banner defaced with "Antifa " sickle and hammer
Fuck All Leftists
Nothing changes. The parents of these scum where the ones who tore down the Conservative posters my College Republican club put up on campus.
A pro-Second Amendment banner at the University of Florida (UF) was defaced, possibly by Antifa members, in early April.
UF Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapter made and hung a banner that featured a painted gun with the words “come and take it.” The vandal(s) spray painted a hammer and sickle, an international symbol for communism, and wrote "Go away" and “Antifa," as well.
UF YAF found the banner vandalized Saturday morning, according to a Facebook post made by the group.
Campus Reform obtained an exclusive copy of the police report, which was filed by UF YAF and was listed as a criminal mischief offense. The report cites UF YAF President Sarah Long saying that the banner's permit was valid from March 25 to March 29, but that another group placed its own banner on top of it after the permit's expiration.
Long reported that YAF decided to keep the banner up behind the latter group's advertisement, in case the group rented the location in the future, and deduced that the vandal(s) removed the poster on top in order to vandalize YAF's banner.
This is not the first time UF YAF has had its property damaged or stolen on campus. Several weeks ago, leftist students tore down UF YAF’s “Build the Wall” banner multiple times over the course of a few days. Three police reports were filed from that incident.
Officer Victor G. Beguiristain, the reporting officer in the case, alluded to these past crimes in the latest police report. In the officer’s narrative section of the report, Beguiristain noted that UF YAF “has been the victim of similar politically charged crimes in the past.”