‘Low Energy’ From Hate Groups at Boston Anti-Muslim Rally


A small, low-energy, group of “anti-Sharia Law” protestors including a handful of local Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, and “Kek” losers were met by a contingent of about 15 antifascists today on Boston Common. The antifascists and their allies shouted them down and humiliated them throughout their boring rally. No violence or arrests occurred, aside from a quick shoving match between a few antifa and alt-righters.


When the racist rally finally wrapped up, some antifas followed a group of Proud Boys out of the Common to the Union Oyster House in Downtown Boston, where they were likely celebrating their perceived victory over a few rounds of Mich-Ultras. In their stupor, they failed to notice they were being followed and surveilled throughout their entire outing.

Proud Boys outside of Union Oyster House: in the red MAGA hat is Gregory Paul, long hair and shorts is Nick Bacigalupo, and on the right in Proud Boys’ attire is Austin Kilduff.

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Unfortunately for Austin, he was spotted a few hours later walking near Government Center when folks leaving the nearby Pride Parade recognized his Proud Boy uniform. From what we’ve heard he got to meet the receiving end of a lit cigarette and took home a knuckle-sandwich. Maybe next time Austin will second guess his involvement with organized white supremacists, or just be a not-so proud boy. The silly Fred Perry shirts and lack of security culture make it really easy to ID these clowns.

Videos, pictures, and information from the antifascist actions around the country today are still coming in – but it looks like Islamaphobes and Proud Boys got BTFO and humiliated everywhere today.

Proud Boys and the-like are not welcome in Boston, or anywhere, and they will always be met with resistance wherever they try to organize.


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