Berkeley Teacher and Violent Leftist Yvette Felarca Arrested …

July 22, 2017by Jim Hoft

Guest post by Michael LaChance at American Lookout:

You may remember Yvette Felarca, the middle school teacher who is also the leader of an antifa group in California. She made a bizarre appearance on Tucker Carlsons show earlier this year.She has now been arrested for inciting a riot. From Hot Air:

Tuesday, police arrested Yvette Felarca, a Berkeley middle-school teacher who is one of the leaders of the Antifa group By Any Means Necessary. Felarca is charged with inciting a riot last June in Sacramento, CA. From Berkeleyside:

Felarca was captured on video hitting a member of the Traditional Workers Party, a white supremacist group that had taken out permits for a rally on the west steps of the state capitol.

Felarca, a member of the group By Any Means Necessary, and other counter-protesters blocked the rally by chasing and hitting and even stabbing members of the Traditional Workers Party.

This video appears to show Felarca punching a protester in the stomach before other members of her group jump him:

Heres more from Berkeleyside:

The brawl between the protesters and counter protesters resulted in 14 reported injuries as well as thousands of dollars in property damage on Capitol grounds. The California Highway Patrol spent eight months investigating the rally and its aftermath and turned in a 2,000-page report based on hundreds of interviews to the Sacramento County District Attorneys office in March.

Here she is calling for more violence:

This woman is a middle school teacher. Who would let their kids anywhere near her?

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