Conservative Activist Candace Owens Calls Antifa ‘Neo-KKK’ Before Speaking at Ivy League Republican Event

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Conservative Activist Candace Owens Calls Antifa ‘Neo-KKK’ Before Speaking at Ivy League Republican Event

The announcement of Candace Owens talking on the Republican chapter of an Ivy League faculty stirred up an area antifa group, and a disagreement fired throughout social media over the weekend and main as much as Monday night time’s occasion.

Owens, a black conservative political activist and commentator, was set to talk to the University of Pennsylvania’s College Republicans group on Monday, and he or she posted a video of her chatting with a handful of younger black males whereas a siren blared within the background on the school. While the siren wailed, little could possibly be heard what was stated from anybody within the 1-minute clip.

But earlier than the siren started, somebody carrying what appeared to be a masks overlaying their whole face yelled, “Get the f*** out of Philly. Get the f*** out.”

A masks overlaying the face is considered one of antifa’s figuring out markers. Before that, somebody with no masks could possibly be seen yelling “a**hole” to Owens.

Owens posted the video of protests as she was apparently headed to talk Monday night. With the video, she wrote, “Antifa is right here!! Enjoy this video of the neo-KKK stalking and harassing me as I attempt to invite a gaggle of peaceable black college students into my occasion at UPENN.

The Democrat’s home terrorist arm strike once more!

Too unhealthy we’ll NEVER BACK DOWN. WE WILL BE FREE.”

Owens, 29, is the communications director for Turning Point USA, a conservative group whose mission is to “identify, educate, train and organize students to promote the principles of freedom, free markets and limited government,” in keeping with its website.

Last Tuesday she appeared earlier than the House Judiciary Committee listening to on “Hate Crimes and the Rise of White Nationalism.” When California Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu performed an audio clip from December 2018 of Owens talking about Adolph Hitler. 

In the clip, Owens reportedly stated Hitler targeted on eliminating all non-Aryans to “make Germany great and have things run well, OK then, fine.”

Owens chastised Lieu for not enjoying the “full clip in its entirety,” saying he thinks “black people are stupid.”

Before her go to to Penn, ANTIFA Philadelphia mounted an internet marketing campaign to forestall Owens from talking at Penn, attacking her via Twitter.

“Hitler admiring, far-right, anti-immigrant fear monger Candace Owens brings her outrageously wrong and backwards ‘ideology’ to UPenn on Monday, for real y’all are an Ivy League School? Y’all should have that revoked,” ANTIFA Philadelphia’s tweet learn.

Once Owens was introduced because the speaker at Monday’s College Republican assembly, and fliers bought posted round Penn’s campus, a tactical method started to maintain her from talking, as indicated by Fellow Worker Gritty, who has greater than 15,000 followers and known as the group Owens represents “a threat to our city.”

“While less aggressive tactics continue, such as phone calls, emails, speaking with the staff, and spreading awareness on social media, it seems likely that a large-scale confrontation is inevitable. We consider TPUSA to be a threat to our city.”

While much less aggressive techniques proceed, resembling cellphone calls, emails, talking with the workers, and spreading consciousness on social media, it appears probably {that a} large-scale confrontation is inevitable. We contemplate TPUSA to be a menace to our metropolis.

— Fellow Worker Gritty (@FellowGritty) April 11, 2019

Last month President Donald Trump signed an govt order to ensure free speech on school campuses — earlier than a crowded room of reportedly conservative college students. The “free speech” order was designed to permit conservatives an equal say on school campuses with out harassment.

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