Antifa thugs tried to stop a nationalist conference in France as they stood in line with shirts spelling “No to racism.” Needless to say, the antifa thugs were surprised when they did not get their way and the crowd started throwing chairs and chased them from the building.
The antifa riot took place at an event promoting the presidential candidacy of populist candidate Eric Zemmour. The thugs tried to shut down the rally but were chased and beaten instead.
In my not so humble opinion more of this should happen here as well as in France anytime antifa becomes violent. But not when they peacefully assemble to protest. That is their constitutional right. But, as we all know, antifa is not prone to peaceful protests.
Perhaps they would learn if people quit allowing their violence. No group should be allowed to start violence, whether it is from the left or right. Most comes from the left.
Antifa in this country has often been violent including over 100 consecutive nights of rioting. It was so bad that to this day residents avoid the downtown area and tourism has become almost nonexistent. And why not? Portland mayor Ted Wheeler stood by and allowed them to do pretty much whatever they wanted.
The liberal media have defended antifa on a daily basis and even when they do put up an article on the violent thugs they find some way to absolve them, usually by blaming Trump.
From The Washington Post:
Black-clad antifa members attack peaceful right-wing demonstrators in Berkeley
Shortly after, violence began to flare. A pepper-spray-wielding Trump supporter was smacked to the ground with homemade shields. Another was attacked by five black-clad antifa members, each windmilling kicks and punches into a man desperately trying to protect himself. A conservative group leader retreated for safety behind a line of riot police as marchers chucked water bottles, shot off pepper spray and screamed, “Fascist go home!”
And although the anti-hate and left-wing protesters largely drowned out the smaller clutch of far-right marchers attending a planned “No to Marxism in America” rally, Sunday’s confrontation marked another street brawl between opposing ends of the political spectrum — violence that has become a regular feature of the Trump years and gives signs of spiraling upward, particularly in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville.