Nazi Harrasses Black Man In Seattle Then Gets Knocked Out Cold (VIDEO)


Some people think it’s not OK to punch Nazis but we’re sure that Anne Frank, Hans and Sophie Scholl would disagree if they hadn’t been killed by – wait for it – Nazis. Or the 11 million others killed during the Nazi-Germany era. Of that number, more than 6 million Jews were killed as Hitler and his collaborators attempted to eradicate those who he deemed to be ‘inferior.’ In the end, Adolf Hitler took cyanide and shot himself in the head. The ‘inferior’ one was eradicated by his own hands.

It’s 2017 now, and we have recently witnessed Trump supporting Neo-Nazis attempting to circulate their propaganda. Like, for example, during the ‘Unite the Right’ hate rally in Charlottesville, Virginia when Trump supporters stormed the streets with tiki torches in hand while shouting ‘Blood and Soil,’ a Nazi Germany era slogan. The rally resulted in the death of Heather Heyer and left 19 others injured when one of the Nazis used his car as a weapon to mow down anti-racist protesters.

Two photos which have been shared by different people feature a man wearing a Nazi armband in Seattle while riding the RapidRide D Line, according to Heavy.

It appears that those photos may be the man in the video below who is seen being knocked out cold after talking about welfare to another man, A voice off-camera is heard saying, “Night night.”

According to BuzzFeed, the Nazi had just harassed a black man on a bus, so he was tracked down.


Trump supporters keep holding rallies while saying they are opposed to white supremacy, but the funny thing is that the crowds showing up are littered with white supremacists. At the ‘mother of all rallies’ on Saturday, one man was seen in the crowd with a swastika tattoo, while a group of others showed up from the American Guard, a hardcore white supremacist group. Confederate flags were embraced and even a Kekistan’ flag. Another man was seen with ‘SKINS’ tattooed on the back of his head, and that included SS lightning bolts on each end.

I do not typically believe in violence but the guy in that video sure throws a good punch, don’t you think?

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