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If Ann Coulter Still Goes to Berkeley After Being Canned, Fascist Nathan Damingo Vows to Be There
After three right wing events that ended up in clashes between neo-Fascists and antifa, UC Berkeley decided to cancel the April 27 speech by Ann Coulter citing security concerns. Despite this, Coulter states that she will still be at Berkeley.
[ Ex-Con Nathan Damingo of Identity Evropa ]
If Ann Coulter Still Goes to Berkeley After Being Canned, Look Who’s Going to Be There!
Nathan Damingo of Identity Evropa has not shown his face since he punched an antifascist activist last Saturday, but he damn sure wants to change that. Oh, please do!
BERKELEY, CA – After three right wing events that ended up in clashes between neo-Fascists and antifa, UC Berkeley decided to cancel the April 27 speech by Ann Coulter citing security concerns. But as Coulter vows that she will still speak at the university, she is getting support and a promise to turn out from one particular fascist – Identity Evropa’s Nathan Damingo, who was seen on video during an April 15 rally punching a woman protesting the event he and other neo-Fascists participated in.
“We have been unable to find a safe and suitable venue for your planned April 27 event featuring Ann Coulter,” an email from university officials to Coulter appearance sponsors Berkeley College Republicans and BridgeUSA read. Despite this, Coulter told the Hollywood Reporter that she will still be at Berkeley citing her freedom of speech. “Yes, it was officially banned,” she said. “But they can’t stop me. I’m an American. I have constitutional rights.”
As Coulter took to Twitter to encourage support and her organizers to secure another venue, Damingo, who was also tweeting about the Auburn University appearance of National Policy Institute head Richard Spencer which was also shut down by that school until a court order allowed it to continue on the basis of contract law, expressed his support for Coulter, saying, “We will be there.”