There are dueling rallies in Washington, DC today with what’s billed as a “free speech” event on one side, and Antifa protesters on the other. The Washington Examiner’s Julio Rosas is there:

Of particular interest is this list of rules for what the media can and can’t cover if they want to get inside the Antifa rally, which is in a public space:

It’s pretty ironic, considering they like to call themselves “anti-fascist.”

Will the rest of the mainstream media remind Antifa activists that it’s a public space?

Maybe they think because their called “guidelines” it’s different.