Published: April 28, 2017, 9:00 am
Bikers for Trump led by a South Carolina's Chris Cox was ready to take action on the University of California Berkeley along side A number of those who spoke at the April 15 Patriots Day rally including Lauren Southern, a Canadian media personality, and Brittany Pettibone, the far-right sci-fi writer from Gilroy. The Oath Keepers, an organization of former military and law enforcement officers that provided “security” on April 15, along with the groups, American Civil Defense, III% patriots, and bikers from Two Million Bikers, Were also there including Proud Boys, an aggressive, “pro-Western” organization started by conservative commentator Gavin McInnes after conservative commentator Ann Coulter cancelled her speech on the campus Thursday.
The mergence of Patriotic Forces quail the fascist tendencies of Antifa A.K.A. Ass Clowns.
All you see are videos of them acting tough due to strength-in-numbers. They're all neckbeards and skinny weaklings who bully and harass people for no reason as well as incite violence and riots. They're on the same wavelength as terrorists and it's disgusting that facebook has given this terrorist group a forum.
If I see one of you in person I'll likely lose my shit and beat them senceless.
Berkeley police said Thursday night that "demonstration-related activity" had ended without any major confrontations. Police said they confiscated "numerous" weapons throughout a long day of gatherings at several on and near the U.C. Berkeley campus. But no one was hurt and just five people were arrested — two for resisting arrest, one for carrying a knife, one for attempting to incite a riot and one for possession of a controlled substance. By late afternoon Thursday, all that had broken out between the pro- and anti-Coulter forces were a few shouting matches and many more spirited arguments. But tensions remained high, in part because some protesters came dressed in helmets, masks and other conflict-ready gear.
"We are certainly not looking for a fight... We are here on the defense, not the offense," Chris Cox, Bikers for Trump founder said. who also assisted during inauguration day protests "And We don't want to do anything that is going to give us a public relations black eye. We've stayed within the framework of the law and I intend that [protesters] will continue to stay within the framework of the law," he said.
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