Christian Pulisic likes the post – where the call for the murder of ANTIFA members is made


Chelsea winger and US representative Christian Pulisic reportedly liked an Instagram post alluding to the shooting of Antifa members.

The post in question was made by Seth Jahn back in June and refers to ‘dirty naps’ – which is a slang term for death.

Around Jahn in the picture are a number of firearms and he refers to the Antifa political movement calling them ‘Anqueefa’.

Image Credit: Seth Jahn/Instagram

His full Instagram post, where it said: “I like to consider myself somewhat of an artist; thus, behold, my new craft room. Finally, those security camera monitors were installed and working, so I’m here #my safe space with a couple of my wonderful #tolsofthetrade…

“Wait for ANQUEEFA to allow me to sing the song of my people; the same lullabies that have been oppressive / terrorist sleep since 1776. Stay dangerous, stay connected, my friends ”.

Pulisic has played 16 times in the league for Chelsea this season, scoring one goal and one assist.

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The 22-year-old is frustrated by the injury that seems to have changed his career and has yet to convince coach Thomas Tuchel of a place in the lineup.

Fans have reacted to the images and they believe it is a poor image for the former Borussia Dortmund member.

One commented: “However, in all seriousness, not only is this a bad look for Pulisic, but also for football.”

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Another added: “I hope all this is a big misunderstanding, but it does not look good. novel [Abramovich] he will not like this.

While a third stated: “I no longer have respect for him whenever he likes such things on Insta.”

Meanwhile, Jahn recently resigned from his position on the U.S. Football Federation Athletes Council after downplaying the effect of American slavery.

Jahn is a former member of the U.S. Army and represented the USPNT [Ekipi Kombëtar Paraolimik i Shteteve të Bashkuara] in seven races. /Telegraph/

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