It just came to my attention that if you type “www.antifa.com” into your browser, it will redirect to Joe Biden’s official website. I tried it on three different browsers, and always get the same result.
Reuters has this to say about it:
Mashable explains, “Could it still mean Joe Biden’s campaign runs the domain? It could. But it could also mean that the Trump campaign or someone supportive of it did the same just to cause a little controversy.” They add, “It could also just be the work of a troll, a comedy group, or even someone just looking to add value to the domain when they look to sell it.” Essentially, “The point is the redirect on its own doesn’t mean anything.”…
Partly false. While antifa.com does redirect to Joebiden.com, there is no evidence of a connection between the two.
Let’s contrast this with the way the corporate media has emphasized the fact that many Alt-Right personalities have supported Donald Trump. For example, a Reuters article from 2017 states:
It was David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan (KKK) leader later elected to the Louisiana state legislature, who first brought neo-Nazis together with KKK members in the 1970s. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Duke urged listeners to his radio program to vote for Trump, who only reluctantly disavowed Duke.
Is there evidence of a link between David Duke and Trump? Not that I’m aware of, and probably less so than between Antifa and Biden. Like Antifa, the Alt-Right is a diverse and nebulous group. If it’s accurate to say that “there is no evidence of a connection between the two” for one, then the same would apply to the other – and this is being generous. In reality, a strong case can be built for links between Antifa and Biden.