Antifa Activists Attack Women’s Rights Event

The Post Millennial
Article Source: The Post Millennial

Article Source: The Post Millennial

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  • A women’s event in San Francisco, organized by Women’s Declaration International U.S. chapter, was attacked by Antifa protesters. The event took place at the Chinatown Hilton conference center and discussed topics such as free speech in academia and issues affecting women, black women, lesbians, and detransitioned women.
  • One protester was arrested and charged with felony vandalism and resisting arrest after allegedly attempting to escape arrest, injuring two members of the SFPD in the process.
  • Antifa members outside the event attempted to attack women’s rights activists K Yang and Meghan Murphy, who were standing outside with a sign. Protesters blocked intersections, held signs with messages against “TERFs” (Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminists), and vandalized property. A hotel manager was reportedly assaulted while trying to prevent further damage.  Read More

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