Asking too much: With almost no white supremacists showing up, all Left had to do was not act crazy

Asking too much: With almost no white supremacists showing up, all Left had to do was not act crazy
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What happens when you prepare for a fight, and your opponent doesn’t show up? What you don’t do is let a non-crisis go to waste.

That’s precisely what Antifa protesters did on the one-year anniversary of their violent clash with white supremacists rallying in Charlottesville, Va. When no white nationalists materialized to give them an excuse for behaving bestially, they made do with whomever was around.

They planned to protest the police and brought signs to that effect. But static signs calling the men in blue “racist” wasn’t enough for some members of the crowd, who also marched chanting, “All cops are racist, you better face it.”

They also descended on news crews with video cameras, thereby whom they viewed as posing the threat of unwanted exposure of members of the group:

Of all the protesters’ actions, perhaps the most egregious was shutting down a hospital.

(h/t IJR)

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