Anti-Trump protesters resorted to violence against white nationalists at Trump's inauguration, but it was their victim who trended on Twitter
Altright nationalist, Richard Spencer was assaulted by a paid Antifa-protester on Friday in Washington DC, while he was giving an interview to a group of journalists.
Spencer was in Washington to report on president Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States. While responding to questions, a white villain in a black mask assaulted him.
The alternative media has been the only credible source of information about ongoing violent demonstrations, vandalism and hate crimes against Trump supporters. On Twitter #RichardSpencer trended as the number one news story.
Well-known US sports commentator Keith Olbermann and comedian Patton Oswalt defended the violence against Spencer. But a Twitter war ensued with alt-right heavyweights blogger Stefan Molyneux and Paul Joseph Watson from Infowars siding with Spencer.
Anti-Trump protesters were waving placards stating “white lives matter too much” during the attack on Spencer, captured on camera.
Molyneux remarked on Twitter that this violence against Spencer was also a defence of terrorism: “If you’re celebrating or encouraging the physical assault of someone due to their political positions – you are by definition pro-terrorism.”
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