‘Non-Binary’ Son of High-Profile Democrat Charged After Attacking Police

Jared Dowell, the ‘non-binary’ son of House Democratic whip Katherine Clark (D-MA), has been arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer at a Boston, Massachusetts Antifa riot.

Ironically, Clark, the second-highest ranking Democrat in the House, called Republicans “extremists” earlier this month, The Blaze reports.

According to the Boston Police Department, officers responded to a “leftist disturbance” at the Parkman Bandstand Monument in the Boston Common Saturday night, where officers found Dowell and other far-left Antifa thugs writing “all cops are bastards” and “NO COPY CITY.”

“It appears that the child of Democrat House Minority Whip Katherine M. Clark was arrested for assaulting police as part of an #antifa event in Boston last night,” the Twitter account AntifaWatch wrote.

“Jared ‘Riley’ Dowell allegedly graffiti’d ‘stop cop city’ and assaulted police while resisting arrest,” the tweet continued, also featuring an unsettling image of Dowell.

When confronted by police, Dowell reportedly resisted arrest with the help of his band of Antifa thugs, leaving one officer left “bleeding from the nose and mouth.”

Despite the resistance, officers ultimately arrested Dowell.

AntifaWatch also reported that Dowell appears to “run a leftist mutual aid group and has posted about it on anarchist & anti-capitalist subreddits.”

“In doing so we were able to ID his Reddit account. He appears to have come out 2 years ago,” the account posted.

Dowell’s mother, Clark, appears to be only slightly less anti-cop than her son, whom she refers to as her “daughter Riley.”

In 2020, Clark tweeted her opinion that federal statutes should be modified in order to prosecute police more easily.

“We need to change the federal statute so that it is easier to prosecute and hold officers accountable for crimes committed. #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeForAll #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd”

Clark continued in a threaded reply, writing, “by failing to stop police brutality, lives, opportunities, and dreams have been lost.”

“We cannot watch one more video or hear one more cry. We must act now,” she clamored.

Sunday, nearly two and a half years after her comments above, Clark tweeted an acknowledgment of her son’s crime and arrest: