Americans Go Wild As Antifa’s Website Is Redirected To Joe Biden’s Campaign Site

Yesterday’s afternoon was filled with buzz, while many Donald Trump supporters flooded twitter to reveal that the anti-fascist political movement Antifa’s website,, was redirected to Joe Biden campaign site.

The political movement is known for the use of both non-violent and violent means to establish their message and have recently showed their opposition to Trump who blamed them for the recent unrest in the country.

This mishap which coincidentally occurred on the same day that Biden chose Kamala Harris as his running mate made it all seem the more suspicious.

While the incident appears rationally to be a sabotaging plot by the webmaster or an hacker, this didn’t stop internet users which comprised mostly of Trump supporters as they flooded twitter with several twits, calling friend and families to the site.

One Twitter user Ryan Fournier said: “Oh my God, goes to Joe Biden’s website”

Another user “Graham Allen” went as far as to show video evidence of the site redirecting to Biden’s site, where he claimed that something funny was going on between Biden and antifa.

The error has since been addressed and fixed but that didn’t stop a far right news anchor from asking President Trump questions regarding the incident.

“In the last hour or so, if you googled it would take you straight to Joe Biden’s website, his official campaign website. Odd situation. We don’t know who’s behind that. But it raises an interesting leadership question. Should Joe Biden, the Democrat party, Kamala Harris– should they publicly denounce the Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization?”

DONALD TRUMP: “They should. I think they’re afraid to. It’s– in my book it’s virtually a part of their campaign, Antifa. The Democrats act like, gee, I don’t know exactly what that is.”

The actual cause of the incident is still unclear, However the presidential candidate Joe Biden is yet to make any statements regarding the incident.

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