Berkeley Antifa Professor Who Used Bike Lock to Attack Trump Supporter is Arrested, Held on $200,000 Bond

GOT HIM!

4 Chan members figured out who had tried to kill at least one Trump supporter last month. They used photos taken at the site of pro-free speech rally to track down the identity of their man.

Contrary to reports last month that Eric Clanton had been taken into custody, he has remained free for over a month.

Today, his freedom ended.

East Bay Times

BERKELEY — A former Diablo Valley College professor was in custody Wednesday evening after his arrest Wednesday afternoon in Oakland, according to county records.

Eric Clanton, 28, was being held on $200,000 bail after he was booked into Berkeley City Jail Wednesday evening. He was arrested on suspicion of use of a firearm during a felony with an enhancement clause and assault with a non-firearm deadly weapon.

Clanton faces a 9 a.m. Friday arraignment hearing at Oakland’s Wiley W. Manuel courthouse.

A former Diablo Valley College staff directory Web page said Clanton, who earned a bachelor’s degree at California State University, Bakersfield, and a master’s degree at San Francisco State in philosophy, worked at the school since 2015, teaching an “introduction to philosophy with a background in teaching ethics, critical thinking, and comparative philosophy East/West” with “primary research interests” of ethics and politics.

Employee records for 2015 and 2016 listed Clanton as a lecturer with the California State University system and a philosophy instructor with the Contra Costa Community College District, according to Transparent California.

Berkeley police were not immediately available to confirm any connection between Clanton’s arrest and social-media-fueled accusations within the last month about attacks during at least one of a series of protests earlier this year.

Watch the cowardly communist scum carry out his attack:

The alt-right is grateful that a sewer rat has been neutralized:

McInnes: What’s behind NOLA Civil War statue fight? (Video)

Posting material by Gavin McInnes doesn’t necessarily mean that I endorse McInnes. It does mean that I learned something valuable.

McIness’ reveals some information that you probably did not know about the removal of New Orleans’ Confederate monuments.

Hint: There’s crooked politics as well as leftist racial politics involved.

Published on May 11, 2017

(LANGUAGE WARNING) Gavin McInnes explains what’s really going on in New Orleans, where leftists are trying to take down Civil War monuments.

Live Stream from Second Battle of New Orleans

Presently, Baked Alaska is interviewing people on the street. How long this live stream will last is unclear.

The antifa, black lives matter, and the black panthers have not yet arrived at Lee Circle where the patriots are protesting. Although little violence has been reported yet, that’s when the stuff will hit the fan.

Live Updates from NOLA.com

https://twitter.com/RichardAWebster/status/861284361135673345/video/1

Speaking at Lee Circle, Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, said up to 75 members of his group are present at the monument and more are expected to arrive by 1:30 p.m.

Hill, who is from northern Alabama, said the police told them they could not bring firearms and they complied.

“We’ve told our people no firearms and basically the police said to exercise our First Amendment right to public assembly and behave yourself,” he said.

As Hill spoke, a fight broke out near the monument’s base. One of the league members ran to Hill and said, “He attacked me! I landed a shot on him!”

“I think there will be some of this because tensions are high,” Hill said. “But we told all of our people to behave themselves and act in an honorable way and we always try to do that.”

Click on the link to NOLA for more.

New Orleans Braces for Violence Over Removal of Confederate Monument Today

Baked Alaska, David Duke, and other key figures in the alt-right are supposed to be in New Orleans today to protest the kowtowing to Negro and leftist demands that are seeing the removal of one Confederate monument after another under the orders of Mayor Mitch Landrieu.

NOLA

Guns banned, Lee Circle streets blocked for Confederate monument demonstrations

Guns will be banned and streets around Lee Circle closed Sunday at mid-day (May 7) for demonstrations around the pending removal of three Confederate monuments in New Orleans, Police Superintendent Michael Harrison said. Authorities will be keeping a close eye on Lee Circle, Congo Square and the Jefferson Davis monument because large crowds are expected and some people have made “credible threats” to public safety.

At a news conference Saturday night, Harrison said officers will be out “in force” to monitor the protests. He said Lee Circle and one block of every street intersecting it will be closed to traffic. Service on the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, which loops around the circle, will be suspended at about 11 a.m. “for a certain time,” he said. He advised motorists to avoid the area.

“We certainly respect everyone’s right to assemble and to protest peacefully,” Harrison said. “However, we will not tolerate violence, and we will not tolerate threats.”

Due to threats, Harrison said, police plan to separate pro- and anti-monument protestors at Lee Circle, Congo Square and the Jefferson Davis monument. He did not elaborate on how officers would do so. Nor did he elaborate on the threats had been made, other than to say they have been made against both groups and individuals.

Tension in New Orleans has mounted since the Battle of Liberty Place obelisk was removed early on the morning of April 24, part of an initiative by Mayor Mitch Landrieu, backed by the City Council, to rid New Orleans of what some consider to be symbols of a racist society. Supporters consider the monuments part of history, and their removal an attempt to erase it.

Protestors on both sides clashed at the Jefferson Davis statute this week, prompting police to barricade it. Barricades also appeared Friday afternoon at Lee Circle.

Landrieu has said statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard and Confederacy President Jefferson Davis will come down sometime after the 2017 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival wraps ends Sunday.

The Lee monument stands in the center of Lee Circle, the Beauregard statue at an eastern entrance to City Park and the Davis memorial on Jefferson Davis Parkway at Canal Street. None is in Congo Square, which is on Louis Armstrong Park and was where enslaved African Americans were allowed in the 19th century to congregate on their day off.

Take ‘Em Down Nola, a group that has long advocated for the monuments’ removal, plans to rally at Congo Square on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. then march to Lee Circle. At least one pro-monument contingent has called for a rally at 11 a.m. at Lee Circle.

Harrison said protestors will not be allowed to carry guns. Despite Louisiana’s open-carry laws, he said, police will enforce city code that bars guns at public demonstrations. Masks and hoods, in accordance with state law, also will be prohibited, Harrison said.

“Our officers will be out, and we will be responding accordingly to protect public safety and to enforce the law,” Harrison said. “Given the scale and intensity of the threats and the size of the anticipated crowds, this is absolutely being treated as a homeland security situation.”

Aaron Miller, director of New Orleans’ Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, said authorities had received “serious and credible threats of violence” related to the monuments. He advised anyone not there to protest to avoid the area.

“As a result, the city continues to treat these events as a homeland security operation,” Miller said. “We’re working with state and federal law enforcement authorities, and we will take all precautions necessary to protect all individuals.”

Outlaw Morgan warns that the potential for a civil war type battle on the streets of New Orleans is high on Sunday. He’s planning to be there.

A further warning from Baked Alaska:

Alt-Right Clashes with Antifa at Minnesota State Capital

In terms of total population, the antifa may be small, but the entire cadre of Hillary and Bernie supporters are behind them. The antifa exist so that the Trump people become associated with “Nazis,” “fascists,” and fearsome anti-democratic forces that would seem un-American to the average Joe and Jane.

Minnesota authorities did a decent job of shutting down the usual antifa violence Saturday in Saint Paul, the capital of Minnesota.

Star-Tribune

As supporters of President Donald Trump rallied Saturday inside the Minnesota State Capitol, a small group of white nationalists and about 200 antifascist protesters held a noisy, profane shouting match on the sunny Capitol steps.

Organizers of the antifascist protest had sent out news releases and social media invites saying that neo-Nazis would be speaking at the 11 a.m. Trump rally at the Capitol celebrating his first 100 days in office. But those gathering for that rally, including some veterans, said that no white nationalists were involved in or welcome at their event.

“They show up everywhere,” said Alley Waterbury, a pro-Trump organizer from Woodbury.

The anti-immigrant, anti-refugee demonstrators, some wearing alt-right insignia and helmets, soon gathered outside the Capitol, scuffling with the anti-fascist protesters.

At one point, a Trump supporter came out of the Capitol and told the alt-right group, some of whom were carrying American flags, “Please go away. We have nothing to do with you guys.”

One of the apparent alt-right demonstrators replied, “Excuse me, sir, we support Trump, and we have a right to be here too.” That demonstrator then led chants of “We are the future!”

Some in the anti-fascist crowd wore bandanas over their faces and carried red-and-black anarchist flags, but the majority appeared to be people expressing support for immigrants, refugees and Black Lives Matter, as well as opposition to the Trump administration.

Troopers from the Minnesota State Patrol, which provides security at the Capitol, kept the groups separate, heading off physical confrontations. Loud chants, insults and profanities were exchanged well past noon, but no arrests were reported.

When the alt-right group tried to enter the Capitol, where the pro-Trump rally was going on, anti-fascists barred their entry. After a brief tussle, troopers told them to keep their confrontation outside. They did so, hurling slogans and insults at each other on the Capitol steps as a line of troopers separated them.

Shouts of “Go home, fascists!” and “No Nazis on our streets!” sought to drown out the alt-right group’s chants, which included “Law and order!” Some state troopers, who stood stoically between the groups, appeared to be wearing small earplugs amid the din.

Inside, some Trump supporters complained that their event had been co-opted by the alt-right group and that the chaos outside the Capitol was preventing many people from coming to their peaceful rally inside.

Sen. Dan Hall, R-Burnsville, thanked the 30 or so supporters who had the courage to be there.

“This is your building,” said Hall, who described masked protesters as “robbers” attempting to deprive them of their freedoms. “They wanna tell you not just what to say, but what to think,” he said.

Trump supporters are going to learn the hard way that the antifa will cut them no slack. To the left a Nazi and a Trump supporter are one in the same–a target for violent assault when the police aren’t around.

Daily Stormer Exposes Antifa Terrorist Working for SPLC

Note that the meth head loser Mat O’Dea obtained his job with the SPLC in 2013. The SPLC is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama. It’s not clear that he was hired by anyone at the main headquarters. Besides, the (((SPLC))) can defend themselves with the idea that they were trying to help an ex-con by giving him a job.

What is needed to shut down the SPLC is strong, irrefutable evidence that the group has been organizing and funding violent antifa groups around the country.

This story is interesting, but not a stake through the heart of the SPLC vampire.

Topix Forum

So what can the fine people of Madison tell me about this fine young gentleman.
Guy in his 40s hanging out with highly impressionable kids.
Jobless and squatting.
Got the prison dots tat thing going on (any info on this)
Ebegging on Gofundme on 2 accounts. One for child support and the other for rent. Funny thing is that it’s close to the same amounts.

I’m just curious as to the prison thing and nothing more

Read the story of the alleged unmasking of a thug at the Daily Stormer.