Philly restaurant owner accuses antifa of vandalism after Proud Boys allegation

A Philadelphia restaurant was vandalized in the early hours of New Year’s Day, and the owner has accused antifa of being responsible for the damages.

Vandals spray-painted “F— piss boys” on the side of Millcreek Tavern and broke a number of windows. The restaurant is owned by retired police officer Jack Gillespie, and he told the Washington Examiner that there was approximately $20,000 worth of damage.

Gillespie blamed antifa for the vandalism. The two parties have a tenuous relationship after a November incident in which Millcreek Tavern was accused of allowing the Proud Boys, a right-wing group that has violently clashed with antifa activists, to recruit
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