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REVEALED: Childless Antifa member arrested following violent clash with parents outside Los Angeles school board meeting

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Erik Boyd was one of the Antifa militants that engaged in a violent altercation with parents on June 6 outside a school board meeting in Glendale, California. The 35-year-old, who is childless, was charged with a misdemeanor after being involved in the altercation and was jailed; however, his $10,000 bail was immediately posted.

The crowd of parents, mostly Armenian, Hispanic, and Christian, were protesting the school board’s Pride celebrations and the indoctrination of their children into radical gender ideology when far-left agitators showed up, many in full riot gear. Chaos ensued, and numerous arrests were made.

According to  Andy Ngo, Boyd has a long history of organizing with Antifa in southern California, and is associated with Antifa extremists Chad Loder and Vishal Singh, both of whom have been banned from Twitter.

Boyd, who works in the fitness industry, previously used Twitter to coordinate with other far-left extremists, at one point releasing a guide on “how best to engage in violence.” He has since deleted his account, as well as his Instagram, and moved to Mastadon, however, an archive of his tweets was compiled by Ngo.

“Fascists need to be reasoned with in the only language they understand – violence,” Boyd tweeted in 2021. Throughout the years, he repeated those sentiments quite often.

In an August 2022 tweet, Boyd, who went by the username “LibSoc Lifter,” wrote, “Antifa assuredly exists, and we’re the ones doing the work of standing up against these fascist storm troopers while y’all sit there tacitly validating the misinformation their representatives are spreading.

In reference to Ngo, Boyd wrote in November of 2022, “It’s the brain hemorrhage he sustained when Antifa Super Soldiers ™ used a trebuchet to hurl a milkshake cup filled with solidified concrete directly at hi gourd, duh. How could he possibly remember anything given his affliction.”

Responding to a December 222 poll asking if people agree that “Nazis should always be punched,” Boyd wrote, “Unpunched Nazis get bolder the longer they go unpunched. fascists need to be reasoned with in the only language they understand — violence.”

“Parents: we have your back. Coordinate with us and we’ll keep you safe. We need your help right now. Let’s start getting this done wherever these f*cking psychos show up to threaten your kids and their teachers and administrators,” Boyd wrote in 2021.

As Ngo reports, “like the other #Antifa members showing up to engage in violence against families protesting schools or school boards, Erik Boyd has no children,” thus calling into question his motives for appearing at the protest that day.

Antifa’s presence was noted by parents on the ground that day.

“Basically there’s some so-called Antifa, or hoodlums, anti-social folks who were here, 20-30 folks, who segregated themselves with LGBTQ protesters then they moved away and went to a parking lot, they met a group of Armenian men,” a father on the scene told The Post Millennial. “One of the Antifa attacked an Armenian man and the men fought back.”

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