In life, you can make sense.
Or, you can put on a mask, run around and hurt people and break things, use words you can’t define, and make statements that are stunningly daft.
For 40 folks in Pennsylvania, the superior option was obvious.
Daryl Davis — a black man who’s worked to rehabilitate members of white supremacist groups — was speaking at an “Ending Racism” event which was meant to “create dialogue and promote viewpoint diversity.”
Not to over three dozen protestors: They were there to — among other things — call Daryl a “white supremacist.”
I’ll say that again: As reported by The Daily Caller, 40 members of Antifa showed up to protest an Ending Racism event and call a black man — upon whom, according to his website, was conferred the Bridge Builder Award — a white supremacist.
Some Antifa members called Davis, who is black, a white supremacist for attending the event.
Actually, maybe it does make sense: Perhaps Antifa understands the English language to work in opposites — after all, it’s a pro-fascism organization which, for some reason unknown, calls itself “anti-fa…”