Idiot libertarian left whites turn ugly as Richard Spencer tries to eat lunch and speak. They say they’re libertarians. Actually, they act and sound like slightly less violent antifa.
There were some unhappy people at this weekend’s libertarian conference when they found Richard Spencer in the building.
Videos posted to social media Saturday showed the white nationalist, often associated with the alt-right movement, attracted a crowd at the International Students for Liberty Conference at a Washington, D.C., hotel.
Sitting at a table with a large white sign bearing his name, Spencer was met with chants of “fuck you,” but offered to talk with those who were willing. He mentioned he was invited to speak at the conference by people attending the event, though one account, citing a libertarian press source, disputed the claim.
Spencer broached topics such as President Trump’s travel ban and getting sucker-punched in the face in Washington, D.C., in January.
At one point Spencer called Jeffrey Spencer, the content director for the Foundation for Economic Education, “totally awful.”
Later, Tucker himself confronted Spencer, saying, “You don’t belong here. Students for Liberty opposes everything that you stand for.” He called Spencer a “troll,” a “fascist” and a “liar.”
Spencer made headlines in November after he gave a toast in Washington, D.C., that drew approving Nazi-style salutes from several conferencegoers. “Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” boomed Spencer, popularizer of the term “alt-right” to describe white nationalists, at a National Policy Institute gathering in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.
Spencer then extended his right arm with a glass to toast that victory. Most members of the audience cheered. Some can be seen in a video excerpt of a forthcoming documentary extending their right arms and palms instead in unmistakable Nazi-style salutes.
The comments at youtube suggest that the Spencer haters were leftist infiltrators who have wormed their way into the libertarian movement. It’s what seems likely.