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Antifa Thug Attacks Senator’s Office with an Axe, Walks Free on Probation

Left-wing criminals appeared to receive softer treatment

 on 30th November 2021 @ 11.00pm
the incident was captured on video showing starks swinging his axe at the office window © press
The incident was captured on video showing Starks swinging his axe at the office window

The light punishment on a self-described Antifa member, who vandalized a Republican senator's office with an axe, has highlighted the double standards of Democrats.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson remarked that Jacob Chanlsey, otherwise known as the QAnon Shamam, is set to receive three years in prison just for entering the Capitol building during the Jan. 6 riot.

He noted that left-wing criminals appeared to receive softer treatment.

"In case you’re looking for yet another example of justice applied unequally, here’s one: the Qanon Shaman just got three years in prison for walking, smiling around the Capitol building on Jan. 6," Carlson said. 

"Meanwhile, in the rest of the country, Antifa, BLM, riots, setting things on fire, the feds just went particularly easy on a vandal with an axe smashed into a U.S. senator’s office."

starks had previously posted on social media that he was a member of antifa © press
Starks had previously posted on social media that he was a member of Antifa

Antifa member Alexander Starks broke into the office of North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven last year.

The incident was captured on video showing Starks swinging his axe at the office window.

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But the FBI treated Starks significantly more leniently than Chansley.

"Even though federal sentencing guidelines suggested maybe ten to sixteen months in prison, Starks was only given probation and a fine of about $2,800," Melugin reported

"Now here’s the kicker: The Post Millennial reports that the FBI even returned the axe back to Starks, citing Starks’ alleged Facebook post where he reportedly wrote ‘look what the FBI was kind enough to give back to me.'"

starks also received support from a gofundme account and a north dakota democrats who pled for his defense © press
Starks also received support from a GoFundMe account and a north Dakota Democrats who pled for his defense

He added:

"According to the Post Millennial,Starks had previously posted on social media that he was a member of Antifa and that he will ‘always attack fascists.’"

Melugin also cited constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley, who made similar comments denouncing this federal decision on Friday.

"Putting aside the light sentence, the returning of the axe is rather curious.

"It would seem an instrument of the crime and could be declared lost in any plea."

"Instead, it was returned as if it was a form of political expression by the Justice Department," Turley wrote.

Starks also received support from a GoFundMe account and a North Dakota Democrats who pled for his defense.

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