Professor: Antifa a 'vital form of collective self-defense'

Dartmouth history professor Mark Bray, who recently made headlines with a defense of violence committed by Antifa against "fascists," stepped in it again on Meet the Press on Sunday. The author of "Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook" refers to the mayhem created by Antifa as "an activity of social revolutionary self defense." Washington Times: It's a pan-left radical politics uniting communists, socialists, anarchists and various different radical leftists together for the shared purpose of combating the far right," Mr. Bray said Saturday when asked to specifically define Antifa.  Mr. Bray's remarks came just over two weeks since 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed during a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Police arrested 20-year-old suspect Alex Fields Jr., after he accelerated his vehicle into a group of counter-protesters. The professor was then pressed on what...(Read Full Post)