On Monday, Walter Masterson of Newsweek posted a video of an unidentified member at a recent Trump rally in Staten Island. During the clip, the unidentified man compared the group to a military unit and made mentions of war.
"We're like the Marines, we're the first to come in," he said.
"If Trump doesn't get re-elected, there's going to be a riot. If he doesn't get elected, this is when you're going to see a civil war."
As the clip progresses, the Proud Boys member ends by making a final call to action for his fellow Proud Boys.
"My recommendations to anyone stock up on ammo, get your guns," the Trump supporter states.
This clip surfaces just a few weeks after Trump made reference to the group in the first Presidential Debate. When asked to denounce white supremacists, the President responded by telling the group to "stand back and stand by."
“Proud Boys, stand back and stand by,” he said.
“But I’ll tell you what, I’ll tell you what, somebody’s got to do something about antifa and the left because this is not a right-wing problem.”
When asked about those comments, the unidentified Proud Boys member issued a disturbing response. He interpreted those comments as the President telling him and his fellow members to wait for his command.
"And that's exactly what we're waiting for."
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