Over the weekend, Antifa thugs harassed an elderly couple who were attending an event at Mohawk College featuring People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier and Dave Rubin:
Antifa protesters scream at & block elderly couple outside an event featuring conservative politician @MaximeBernier & @RubinReport. Further violence broke out, leading to two arrests. Mohawk College had faced massive campaign to cancel the event. pic.twitter.com/D49dTcMi4X
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) September 30, 2019
Don Henderson and his mother were also subjected to Antifa’s unhinged screams and called Nazis. And not that Antifa is terribly receptive to reasonable rebuttals to their thuggery, but Henderson nevertheless would like to disabuse Antifa and anyone else of the notion than he and his family are “Nazi scum”:
MUST READ: Rebuttal from the man who was attacked by antifa fascists while walking his elderly mother into the Bernier/Rubin event in Hamilton. SPOILER: his family members fought real Nazis and sacrificed everything to protect our freedoms in Canada https://t.co/GaptwRLIux
— Candice Malcolm (@CandiceMalcolm) October 1, 2019
We can’t quote the whole piece here, but here are some choice excerpts:
On our way in, those same mask wearing youths decided they wanted to “school” me on how I was also a Nazi. The irony of this attempt to be educated by the uneducated outside an institute of education is not lost on me.
What these bullies did not realize is that I’ve already had an excellent teacher on the subject. My grandfather.
And unlike these misguided youth, he actually went to Europe to kill Nazis. He served in England, Italy, France and Germany.
Labelling someone because you disagree with them won’t lead to a better society. Especially when you don’t really know the person you are labelling.
I’m not a Nazi. My family gave everything to stop them and I would do the same.
If you need to wear a mask when you assault people, who exactly are you?
Read the whole thing.
— RBe (@RBPundit) October 1, 2019