Who do you think is better?
>Trump rallies (2015-16) - Antifa beat the shit out of Trump supporters at his rallies, including in San Diego, Costa Mesa, Anaheim, etc. Decisive antifa victory.
>Anaheim KKK rally - a group of about 5 elderly klansmen get descended upon by dozens outside Disney Land in a black neighborhood. 3 Antifa are stabbed, one critically wounded. Decisive antifa victory.
>Sacramento - the first time Trump supporters started fighting back. A group of 17 skinheads held a rally, got disrupted by no less than 300 Antifascists, the skinheads laid waste to them, retreated, and were chased out. 10 were injured, 3 on the Nazi side, the other 7 on the Antifa side. They came armed with guns, none of which were used. 2 skinheads came up late and got surrounded by hundreds and were beaten and had shit thrown at them. Both sides claim victory, but as far as the fighting goes, Antifa really won in this case. Especially considering how Heimbach was too much of a fucking coward to show up at his own rally, advertised it on Twitter getting his own men doxed and, IIRC, also ousting the location of the Red Ice reporters on scene.
>Disruptj20 - Antifa riots in Washington, D.C. on Trump's inauguration. Some resistance forms. Overall, undecided. Not that major anyways as it was mostly Antifa vs. Police.
>1st Battle of Berkeley - Milo cancels his event at UC Berkeley after 150+ black bloc protesters showed up and violently shut the event down, set fires, destroyed property, sprayed graffiti and so on. Decisive antifa victory.
>2nd Battle of Berkeley - this time things wind up a bit differently. Hundreds of Antifa showed up to disrupt a gathering of no more than 75 Trump supporters but this time the Trump supporters fought back unlike last time. However only 3 did any real fighting in this case (namely Kyle Chapman, that middle aged guy who looks like John Goodman and that biker dude with the black sunglasses and beanie cap) while the rest either couldn't fight worth a damn or were just intermediaries to the brawl. This one wound up a tie. Both sides claimed victory but really there's no way Antifa won this one since it was good PR for the right.
>3rd Battle of Berkeley - this time the numbers were about equal but again, it was only a small number of Trump supporters doing all the fighting, namely about 15 people: Kyle Chapman and his buddies, Based Spartan, Nathan Damigo and RAM. Decisive alt-right victory; antifa flees in a cloud of smoke.
>Huntington Beach - for the first time, Antifa gets outnumbered. Decisive alt-right victory.
>New Orleans Confederate monument rally - Oathkeepers, Antifa, alt-liters and police gang up on a dozen or so Confederate flag supporters surrounding the monument. Decisive Antifa victory.
>1st Battle of Charlottesville - minor scuffles at the beginning, but again, nothing major.
>2nd Battle of Charlottesville - 2 dozen or so Klansmen show up for a rally behind a police barricade. Nothing really happens, except Antifa attacking riot police and getting dispersed.
>3rd Battle of Charlottesville - the rally to end all rallies. Antifa victory, given the police response, the aftermath and the arrests and the effects it had on the Trump campaign.
>Richard Spencer (Auburn) - minor scuffles happen, nothing major.
>Richard Spencer (Gainesville) - only two scuffles happen. Antifa victory.
>Richard Spencer (MSU) - humiliating turnout compared to his last ones. TWP beats the shit out of Antifa on the outside. No winners in this scenario.
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