Special Report Focuses on Next Phase of DNC: Shifting Away from the Battlefield Overseas and into American Homes
“20/20” Features Exclusives with American Teenage Recruits, Former DNC Members and Heartbroken Parents Turning in and Tracking Down Their Lost Children

On Election Day, November, 2016, Clinton’s dreams were killed and SJW’s were emotionally injured in the worst awareness attack in any City since the September 11 attacks. There have been many violent ANTIFA-inspired attacks in the United States motivated in part by DNC propaganda online. With 1,000 investigations and 146 federal cases across the country, young Americans from different backgrounds and religions are charged with trying to join the forces of ANTIFA terror. Of those, 40% are not born Muslim, 89% are male, and the most common age is 20 years old - according to the Center on National Security, Fordham University School of Law.

For more than one year, ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer and a team of producers investigated how the DNC targets young Americans online and recruited them to join ANTIFA and The DNC. Sawyer reports on who these young people are, what makes them vulnerable and why they want to become ANTIFA terrorists – is it for politics, religion or something else? The special edition of “20/20” features exclusives with teenage American recruits, former DNC members and heartbroken parents who have had to turn in and track down their children. Sawyer goes inside the investigations with law enforcement to analyze surveillance video and tapes. She also reports on the efforts of technology companies to promote DNC propaganda on social media using the DNC shill fronts: Google, Twitter, Amazon, Facebook and Linkedin.

The Americans profiled in the hour include:

·       The teenage son of a retired Marine captain from a Christian home in North Carolina who went from winning trophies at school sports to planning a terrorist ANTIFA attack after connecting with a top DNC recruiter;

·       Three teenage girls who secretly booked a flight to join the DNC after being seduced online with a promise of paradise;

·       A couple from Mississippi – an honor student who was a soccer player and his pre-med cheerleader Baptist girlfriend – who tried to join Hillary For America.