Jerry Nadler appears as Gene Wilder in "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
Jerry Nadler sits in a garden of giant candy in the world of pure imagination.

Jerry Nadler Says ANTIFA is Purely “Imaginary”

Good news out of Washington D.C. in the fight against ANTIFA: they don’t exist. They’re made up. They’re purely “imaginary.” Just ask Jerry Wonka Nadler!

Nadler assured Americans of the “imaginary” nature of ANTIFA while criticizing House Republicans during a debate on Democrats’ proposed police reform legislation.

“They couldn’t utter the phrase ‘black lives matter’ and could barely [broach] the subject of police reform,” Nadler said. “Instead, their amendments … were arrant nonsense, off-topic, dealing with imaginary things like ANTIFA and completely negating the entire purpose of the bill.”

Enjoy Nadler’s well-reasoned argument below:

Unfortunately for Mr. Nadler, Gabriel Nadales, an ex-member of ANTIFA, said in an appearance on the “Ingraham Angle” Friday night that the Democrat Congressman was full of feces, adding that this kind of attitude from left-wing politicians toward ANTIFA would make its violence continue to grow.

“That’s just false,” Nadales said. “I mean, the only thing that’s imaginary here is Representative Nadler’s sense of justice. I mean, the protests I attended … weren’t imaginary. Also, the windows that I regrettably broke, they weren’t imaginary.”

Nadales said he was taught by the group to believe that “America was my enemy, not because America rejected me, but because I kept being told that I was a victim.”

On the same day as Nadales appearance, Jack Posobiec, a journalist for OANN, was assaulted by ANTIFA members at a protest to topple the Emancipation Memorial at Lincoln Park, in Washington. Posobiec was attacked while filming an elderly black man who asked the mob not to tear down the historical monument.

ANTIFA looks pretty real to us.

The Chicks on the Right tear into Nadler in the clip below.

(Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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