It seems that over the past weekend, a number of Antifa cells/chapters/whatever decided to demonstrate against the Honky Tonk Bar in Salem, OR because they heard it was going to host “an anti-open-borders event”.
It seems the Honky Tonk Bar is sometimes patronized by large groups of (equally large) bikers, whose philosophy of life might best be described as diametrically opposed to Antifa’s.
Andy Ngo provides closer-up video on his Twitter feed. Don’t just watch the first video there: scroll down and read some of the other contributions, plus reader reactions.
Antifa doesn’t have very good target selection, do they? Also, I note that a single police officer provided ‘security’ by standing there, watching events (about which Antifa were highly indignant). I suspect he enjoyed every moment, given the way Antifa has treated police in the past.
To make matters even more interesting, Antifa now appears to be doxxing some of the bikers who opposed their demonstration. Are they serious? Do they really mean to start an open feud with a biker club? If so, this should be highly entertaining going forward. Pass the popcorn, please . . .
As Miggy said on his blog: “Word of advice: If your opponents are wearing leather vests with a patch that says ‘1%’, you are better off leaving the zip code.”