Fascist leader banned from DC. His followers vow to burn the city.

Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, the Miami-based leader of the Proud Boys who was arrested for burning a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic church, is banned from the nation’s capital until June, a judge ruled Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

On Dec. 12, a chaotic night in Washington, D.C. that included fistfights with protesters and property destruction, Tarrio lit a historic Black church’s Black Lives Matter banner on fire in the streets, police say. He later issued a challenge to authorities online.

“I did it. Come get me if you feel like what I did was wrong. We’ll let the public decide.”

Paul Courtney, a district attorney, requested that he be banned from the nation’s capital. Judge Renee Raymond agreed because Tarrio admitted to burning the Black Lives Matter banner at the church and used his Parler account to make it clear that he had no remorse and would do it again.

Not that this thug cares much for the rule of law. His pseudo-military fascist klan is marching, today, the 6th in DC. Will he be there to challenge the court? Though, face it. Even a corrupt thug like this may have several chances to appeal before the judge’s ruling is sustained.