Antifa Terrorist Caught

PUBLISHED: 9:42 PM 20 Jul 2018

Antifa Terrorist Arrested, Explosives Found At His House

Sioux Falls law enforcement said that he had a number of weapons, explosives, and compounded for making bombs.

Local police raided a man's house looking for a criminal who committed three burglaries, and instead found a man with Antifa paraphernalia who appeared to be building an arsenal.

People on the political left in America have spent months avoiding having to take responsibility for the actions of Antifa, the violent ‘anti-fascist’ socialists, and communists who repeatedly assault people for opposing political beliefs (terrorists), and even bring their violence to schools in order to ensure conservative events are canceled.

However, now there is yet another arrest of a would-be Antifa ‘terrorist.’ His home was raided, and officers found what they described as “bomb-making” materials, as well as Antifa paraphernalia, showing just how important it is that the group be treated like the terrorist organization they routinely act like. Authorities had to evacuate the area due to the explosives they found when they raided the home.

On Tuesday, the Sioux Falls Police Department served a warrant on a 43-year-old man named Mark Einerwold in connection to three burglaries committed across the state of South Dakota, which occurred in June and July in the cities of Tea and Dell Rapids.

The Einerwold residence was located in the 1100 block of South Blaine Ave, and the officers showed up to serve the warrant around 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17.

While executing the warrant, officers said that they found multiple explosive devices, ammunition, and chemicals and other materials generally used in the construction of bombs and other explosive items.

They called the Sioux Falls bomb squad to the scene, where they recovered a number of firearms, multiple completed explosive devices, aluminum nitrate, and aluminum powder, among other things.

Authorities with the bomb squad pointed out that those components have really no other purpose than building bombs and other explosive devices.

They also seized a homemade silencer for a firearm from the home. Obviously, that is extremely illegal, as ‘silencers’ for firearms are covered under National Firearm Act laws, and manufacture of anything covered by the NFA without appropriate licenses and permission is criminal conduct.

The officers arrested Einerwold on multiple burglary charges, and for the sale of, or transportation of, a destructive device. Depending on the laws applicable, a ‘destructive device’ can be anything from a sawed-off shotgun or grenade launcher to an actual explosive device.

Sioux Falls authorities have suggested that, after a search of the home, permitted by the warrant and applicable laws, they may have additional charges to add in the near future.

Authorities also said that they found multiple items related to Antifa, the ‘anti-fascist’ group of hardcore leftists who have spread violence around the nation lately, mostly during protests.

They also said that they found items indicating an extreme hatred for law enforcement and the government, which would be entirely in keeping with the generally anarch-communist attitudes of the average ‘Antifa’ member.

Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Captain Jason Gearman said that though they were not quite sure what Einerwold was planning to do with that strange collection of weaponry and explosives, but that he felt it was “pretty safe to say we stopped something from happening.”

The incident was of great enough interest that the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office, Sioux Falls Police, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, and Federal Bureau of Investigation were all involved in the investigation, and some are still involved in the ongoing investigation into the Antifa member and what his plans were for those explosives.

Antifa and its members have repeatedly been involved in violent ‘counter protests’ across the country. Perhaps most famously, the managed to light a school building on fire at the University of California – Berkeley.

The group has spent the months since the election of Donald Trump protesting anyone and anything further to the political right than Karl Marx, including protesting conservative speakers like Ben Shapiro, a Jewish man who they called a Nazi.

They’ve also begun violent altercations in places like Charlottesville, Portland, and elsewhere, and have even been recorded using glass bottles, bricks, and fireworks to assault people they didn’t agree with.

Even before their recent actions, Antifa was generally associated with violent protests at various economic forums held in the United States and around the world, such as the G8 and G20 meetings.

So, if a member of Antifa was stockpiling explosives, firearms, and an illegal home-built suppressor, it seems fairly likely that they had some sort of mayhem in mind, as Captain Gearman suggested.

Now, the most important question is what mayhem, where, and who else was, or is, similarly preparing for said mayhem?