More antisemitic hate seen in L.A. after Kanye West’s remarks
A man on a bicycle, who police believe may have been involved in a shooting at the intersection of Wilshire and Central Boulevards, in Santa Monica on Wednesday. Reuters
In L.A. on Wednesday, three days after a white supremacist killed six people and injured nine others on a Los Angeles gang shooting spree, a video depicting Antifa demonstrators protesting a “Make America Great Again” rally was taken down from YouTube after it became the subject of a racist hate attack.
According to The Times, a man who posted the video on Wednesday night “accused Antifa members of attacking him, his friends, and others who had attended the rally. The video was removed after that and the man did not respond to attempts to reach him by phone and email,” the paper reported.
The video in question shows Antifa members attempting to march, dressed in black hats, over the course of about a minute and a half, as it is shown on a screen, before the man in the video says: “I didn’t want my friends to see this.”
Later in the video the man in question is shown surrounded by a group of Antifa members, and saying: “I didn’t want you to go through that video,” as he is shown wearing a beanie, as well as a pair of sunglasses.
He explains to the group at the top of the video that his friends were “f*cking assholes.”
“That’s why we’re Antifa, not a fascist gang,” he says.
The video was posted to YouTube on Wednesday evening to protest Trump’s “Make America Great Again” rally in Washington, D.C., earlier in the day.
“It’s time for [the] Republican Party to die,” the man says in the video. “They are the enemies of everything we stand for. And