It’s a lot easier to be a thug with your face covered, as Antifa thugs found out on Tuesday.
Antifa (Anti-fascist) members that showed up at Alabama’s Auburn University to protest guest speaker Richard Spencer found out that they were going to have to show their faces if they wanted to get near the event.
Video on social media captured police having to explain to one of the thugs, like a petulant child, that they had to take their masks off.
— The Saint 🐸 (@TheSaintPepe) April 18, 2017
But even without masks, Antifa did what they are known for. They created violence and chaos.
And apparently they were shut down.
In other news, antifa got rocked AGAIN after turning violent in Auburn. pic.twitter.com/sOzPNETqqg
— Jeremy Nolt (@RealJeremyNolt) April 19, 2017
— 0 (@Zero_Hour_One) April 18, 2017
— Angela.Kay (@DeepSouthProud) April 19, 2017
Comrades, organize for Auburn, Alabama. Get down there. Stop this NAZI from taking a step onto that university pic.twitter.com/ktkkKOeymg
— Antifascist Veterans (@AntifaVeterans) April 17, 2017
Police are actively enforcing no mask and no weapon rules on the #Auburn campus, thus depriving antifa of their ability to operate.
— Mike Enoch (@MikeEnochTRS) April 18, 2017
The cost of being #antifa is being raised.
It’s not safe for these spaghetti-arm, trout-shouldered manlets and she-beasts anymore. #auburn
— James Spectre (@spectrestatus3) April 19, 2017
— Karen (@wickwife) April 18, 2017
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