Anti-Fascist Protesters Vs. Riot Police at Texas A&M University

On the evening of December 6th, 2016, Neo-Nazi and founder of the "alt-right" euphemism came to speak at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

His talk was met with thousands of both silent and vocal protesters. Multiple protests organized themselves concurrently outside the MSC (Memorial Student Center) before the talk was scheduled to begin. Once underway, the crowds made their way into the building in order to shut down Spencer's speech. Riot police were called in to protect the Nazi's and their hate speech. Conflict ensued been anti-fascist groups, civilian protesters, and cops.

Epilogue: After the anti-nazi protesters were pushed outside of the building, the mounted police units were called in, and they continued pushing protesters back until Richard Spencer was escorted out at an undisclosed location and eventually the crowds dispersed.

All in all, two Antifa from DFW were arrested, and one student is currently concussed and vomiting and being sent to the hospital.


By: Anarcho-throwaway (1.50)

Tags: antifa, richard spencer, nazi, neo-nazi, anti-fascist, anti-racist, anarchist, communist, liberal, solidarity, usa, texas

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