A collection of lawless alt-left groups that are closely associated with Antifa, a known domestic terrorist organization, have announced that they will disrupt a peaceful bi-partisan free speech rally on July 6th at Freedom Plaza in Washington DC. The Demand Free Speech rally features dozens of speakers who have been victims or censorship by the tech-left, featuring people from across the political spectrum, including Laura Loomer, who is the keynote speaker.
Longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone, Vice Co-Founder Gavin McInnes, congressional candidate Omar Navarro, Laura Loomer, Milo Yiannopoulos, Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio and Jacob Engels are among those who will be addressing a crowd of people who stand against censorship and for our constitutionally protected free speech rights.
Brad Chadford, a liberal progressive and free speech advocate, is also one of the top-billed speakers. You can view the entire list by clicking here.
A Facebook page that was created just days ago and has been continuously promoted by Antifa-linked groups like Smash Racism DC, promises to deny the gathering a platform. Of course, by admitting that they intend on denying a properly permitted and legal event a platform, they are in fact promising to engage in unlawful activities to rob fellow Americans of their constitutionally protected rights of assembly and free speech.
“Not only will we deny the alt-right a platform, but we will also build the capacity to undermine the border, prison system, and welcome the free movement of people. Our collective vision for a world based on solidarity, support, and autonomy begins with our collective resistance now.
Together we can stop the alt-right and watch Trump’s white supremacist fantasies crumble once and for all.”
The announcement was accompanied by an extremely poorly made video, that featured documented racists like Richard Spencer, who is not a speaker at the event and who has been denounced by those speaking at the Free Speech event. It singles out Jewish journalist Laura Loomer and gay Jewish journalist Milo Yiannopoulos in particular, showcasing the alt-left’s ongoing hatred for Jews has not subsided.
The group, which calls themselves “All Out DC”, took to Twitter to drum up support for their disruption of the free speech rally and to advocate for political violence against the speakers, including acts of “Punching nazis”, throwing milkshakes on speakers, and “smashing” the faces of event attendees.
D.C. is a known hot bed for Antifa, a documented domestic terrorist organization, with a history of engaging in acts of extreme violence in the nation’s capitol and beyond. Organizer Adrienna DiCioccio told me that security is her utmost priority and that she will continue to coordinate with local law enforcement to make sure that all those attending will remain safe.
Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio, whose group has provided security for conservative speakers and free speech rallies in the past, confirmed that he expects “one hundred or more” Proud Boys to make the trip to D.C.
“We are not going to let a group of domestic terrorists disturb this bi-partisan free speech event. They can meltdown all they want… this event will happen and they will not be able to stop us. Americans are fed up with the lawlessness of the alt-left and recognize groups like Antifa for the Hitlerian fascists that they are.”
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Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine and Gateway Pundit. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.