Antifa Member Knocks Black Man’s Teeth Out for Holding Free Speech Rally - WATCH
'Anti-Fascist' group member calls black man 'N' word
A black man who organized a free speech rally and protests in San Francisco had his teeth knocked out by an Antifa counter-protester on Saturday.
During the attack, another member of the violent far-left group could be heard shouting racial slurs at the man.
Event organizer Philip Anderson could be seen in a video taken before the attack helping a white man walk through an angry counter-protest.
But as Anderson made his way through the crowd, a man wearing all black (black bloc) approaches him and punches him in the face.
Anderson holds his ear and jaw in agony as he recoiled from the blow.
Seconds later, the Antifa member punches Anderson in the mouth knocking his teeth out.
Following the horrific attack, a woman can be heard shouting “Cry about it. Cry about it," at Anderson.
San Francisco: Antifa physically assaulted a black man today while calling him the “n” word— Drew Hernandez (@livesmattershow) October 18, 2020
Causing him to flee the area
The predominantly white Antifa crowd is later heard chanting the “N” word multiple times.
“Back up ‘N,’ back up ‘N,’" someone in the crowd yells as Anderson tries to escape the attack.
Anderson and the white man he was defending scramble over the police barricade and move to safety behind the police.
Despite the attack, Anderson went on to speak at his rally but was broken down later as police believed they were no longer safe.
Officers took the Free Speech protesters into a police van and drove them away to safety.
“Antifa attacked me for no reason. These people are racist terrorists.”
Anderson later tweeted a message to former Vice President Joe Biden, who said, “Antifa is an idea” during the presidential debate.
“I have a question for you, Joe Biden,” Anderson said in a tweeted video.
“Do you still think Antifa is just an idea? This is what the ‘idea’ you’re talking about, Antifa, this is what they did to me.”
He held up his knocked out tooth while a second tooth hangs by a thread.
“I want you to answer that question, Joe Biden,” he continued.
“Is Antifa just an idea?”
Twitter later removed Anderson's tweet and account.
The news comes just months after Black conservative journalist and supporter of President Donald Trump, Andrew Duncomb was stabbed by an Antifa member during a Portland protest.
Earlier this month, National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) vice president, Joe Gamaldi scolded Biden for his remarks.
“Vice President Biden said Antifa is an idea. Well, excuse me, but ideas don’t throw bricks at officers’ heads."