Richard Spencer’s Nazi Supporters Arrested For Opening Fire On Anti-Racist Protesters

Some of Donald Trump’s ‘very fine people’ had a bad night after Richard Spencer, the Alt-Right leader, tried to give a speech about ethnic cleansing but was shouted down at the University of Florida. Then, one of his followers who was wearing a t-shirt with swastikas emblazoned across it got smacked upside his stupid Nazi head.

Then the Nazis got restless. Richard Spencer’s activists were outnumbered by anti-racist protesters and hardly anyone attended the Alt-Right leader’s hate-speech, so three of them threw a Nazi-fit and decided to fire a shot at their adversaries, but thankfully, the gunman missed, but they were arrested because that is called ‘attempted murder.’


The mugshots:

Two of the three men arrested in connection with the shooting were members of extremist groups, police said. Oh, and the police were ready for any potential violence. Republican governor Rick Scott slammed down a state of emergency ahead of the hate-fest.

The Miami Herald reports:

Authorities arrested Tyler Tenbrink, of Richmond, Texas, and William and Colton Fears, of Passadena, Texas, just outside of the city late Thursday night. All three were charged with attempted murder.

Gainesville police said that it was just before 5:30 p.m. as protesters outside Spencer’s speech at UF’s Phillips Center were wrapping up that the three ‘men’ started heckling some anti-racist protesters with Hitler chants, Nazi salutes, and threats. Tenbrink, who is a convicted felon (shocking, I know), pulled out a gun and the other two who are brothers, encouraged him to use it.

After firing a round, the three took off in a jeep like pu**ies, but before they got 20 miles outside of town, an off-duty Alachua County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted the car and arrested the Nazis.

The Fears brothers are held on million dollar bonds in the Alachua County jail. Tenbrink’s is $3 million, according to the paper.

Tenbrink, 28, and William Fears, 30, both also attended the Charlottesville hate-rally which erupted in violence, leaving 19 injured and one woman murdered.

One of Fears’ tweets in which he uses a Nazi-era slogan, reads, “Blood and Soil” and that may be his last tweet ever unless prison accommodates inmates now with computers.

Tenbrink and Colton Fears, 28, were two of Spencer’s activists. Both of them spoke to media Thursday.

Tenbrink was captured on video jumping a police barricade to avoid angry protesters and was quickly detained by the police.

Watch:

Stop doing Nazi sh*t and there won’t be no sh*t. You also won’t get smacked upside the head. Sorry, not sorry.

Enjoy prison, Nazis. Lolololol.


Image via screen capture. 

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