I’m sorry. If you march with Nazis, then you count yourself among them. One can support freedom of speech, even the freedom of Nazi’s to utter the evil rhetoric. The ACLU has done just that. But what the ACLU does not do is join a pack of White Supremacists, Klansmen and Neo-Nazis in a rally.
Those people who marched with the White Supremacists made their choice, and even if I despise Antifa’s methods, their hatred of White Supremacy is righteous is something all right-thinking people share.
And really, Charlottetown is nothing new. Antifa’s predecessors have been brawling with the modern White Supremacy movement’s antecedents since before the Second World War. Why suddenly this moral equivalency appears is beyond. Condemn Antifa’s methods, they are criminal and really not all that helpful, but keep in mind the Allied Nations nearly bombed Germany into the ground because of that most evil of ideologies; the belief in the supremacy of the Aryan, and everything that went with it.
There is no moral equivalency between Antifa and Neo-Nazis, and I cannot imagine why anyone would want to assert it. And if you raise your banner along side those evil people, then I will judge you as their friend and ally.