On Inaugural Day, Richard Spencer, a peaceful white identitarian who was in D.C. amidst the festivities, was sucker-punched while being interviewed. This violent assault is met with glee by the peaceful, tolerant, SJW crowd.
Read the comments in this HuffPo piece or read the NYT piece (actually) titled “Attack on Alt-Right Leader Has Internet Asking: Is It O.K. to Punch a Nazi?”. From the NYT piece:
For the record, Richard Spencer says he is not a Nazi. In an interview on Saturday, he said he was a member of the alt-right, which he calls “identity politics for white Americans and for Europeans around the world.”
How is that different from Nazism? Nazism is “a historical term” that “is not going to resonate today,” he said.
“German National Socialism is a historic movement of the past,” Mr. Spencer said. “It arose at a very particular time and had particular motives and ideas and policies and styles, and those aren’t mine.”
Mr. Spencer said he was worried about being attacked again.
No matter. Anyone who espouses identity politics for whites, according to the same logic that every non-white group does, is a “Nazi” and therefore violence against them is okay. Heck, isn’t murder justified?
Read this tweet of Jon Favreau, the favored speechwriter of The Messiah:
I don’t care how many different songs you set Richard Spencer being punched to, I’ll laugh at every one.
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) January 21, 2017
Read the comments below Favreau’s sadistic pleasure post. It’s funny to these people.
This is the reality we are facing.
The violence is coming from one side.
The media would have us believe otherwise.
Perhaps some day, reality will catch up to the media’s perception.