The group was generally peaceful until a man and a woman from NPI approached the group with a video camera and microphone, prompting protesters to yell “Nazis go home.” The woman, who wouldn’t give CNN her name but wore a badge saying “Emily,” appeared to interview a protester, asking him if he is a “self-hating white person.” Another protester knocked the man’s video camera, and a scuffle ensued between the two. A few other protesters entered the fray yelling “Die, Nazi, die,” and the man from NPI reemerged with a bloody gash on his forehead. He declined to give his name. Two protesters were handcuffed by police. CNN videotaped the incident. Police later escorted the pair from NPI to a waiting ambulance while the rest of the protesters continued marching peacefully along Pennsylvania Avenue. … “Emily,” who referred to the protesters as communists. said she is concerned about the decreasing white population in the United States but less so “now that Donald Trump is president.”
So why did “Emily” refer to these cowardly thugs as “communists”? Let’s ask one of the antifa, whose Twitter posting on the counter-demonstration has this headline: Communist author Mike Golash of the Progressive Labor Party speaks out at #StopNPI Sounds like “Emily” hit the nail on the head. If there’s one thing totalitarian communists can’t stand, it’s dissent.
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