He is right and you are the moron.This guy is so full of shyte, it is hard to decide where to start.
The radical left is an occasionally violent nuisance, not an existential threat.reason.com
Activists informally associated with antifa—which is short for "antifascist"—were responsible for some of the violence over the weekend. They have also committed crimes during previous protests: Trump's inauguration in D.C., the Portland demonstrations against the Proud Boys, and many others. This is consistent with antifa's ideology, which holds (generally speaking) that harsh tactics are necessary to combat the far right and does not believe in extending free speech to people who oppose its goals. (My book Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump includes an in-depth look at antifa's history, tactics, and goals.)So antifa is well worth criticizing. But Trump's declaration is flawed in a number of ways.For one thing, it's not actually possible for the president to label antifa a domestic terrorist group: There is no such designation. The U.S. State Department maintains a list of known terrorist organizations, but it includes only foreign groups—mostly radical Islamists....For another thing, giving the government greater license to consider all antifa activities terroristic in nature would certainly result in civil liberties violations. The authorities would end up harassing and surveilling Americans who have professed sympathy for the far left but are not engaged in anything approaching criminal activity.
So the FBI does not have a list of terrorism groups? Bullshit, of course they do, formally or informally, and they act on it all the time.
First they have a terrorist list. However the organizations on that are foreign organizations. There is no list for domestic terrorism.
Second, there is no organization called Antifa. To say they are loosely based would be a understatement. In Charlottesville, Trump and his supporters falsely labeled counter-protestors Antifa when there was not one shred of evidence. How do you enforce that? If someone agrees with a Antifa activist then do they get arrested? That would be a violation of free speech. Even if someone says they are Antifa and commit no crime them arresting them would be a violation of their free speech rights.