At Unite the Right, black-clad antifa again give peaceful protesters a bad name

At Unite the Right, black-clad antifa again give peaceful protesters a bad name, by Petula Dvorak. (Note: in the very-PC Washington Post.)

Hours into what was supposed to be the epic redux of last year’s white nationalist/neo-Nazi/fascist/whining white male hate fest, even the Popsicle and water vendors seemed to outnumber the Unite the Right marchers.

“There they are! Nazis!” someone shouted, as a knot of about two dozen helmeted, masked, jackbooted marchers clomped through the back of the crowd down H Street NW. A sneak attack!

“Go home, Nazis!” some counterprotesters shouted, as the crowd began to turn and surge toward the militant-looking group.

“Wait! No!” someone yelled, one hand up.

“They’re on our siiiiiiiiiiiiide!” another love and unity demonstrator shouted.

“Stop!”

Oh.

It was the antifa, the flip side of the Heil Trump crowd.

Easily mistaken, yes.