VIDEO: UNC Antifa Professor Assaults Big League Editor At Statue Tear-Down
CHAPEL HILL — Current University of North Carolina cultural anthropology professor Dwayne Dixon assaulted me, Patrick Howley, editor of Big League Politics, at the Monday night rally on campus grounds that led to the tearing down of the “Silent Sam” statue erected in 1913 to commemorate North Carolinians who died fighting for the Confederacy.
Dixon is a leader of the left-wing Redneck Revolt militia group and the undisputed leader of the rally at the University of North Carolina, which drew Antifa militants from around the region. Antifa insurgents tore down the statue and committed numerous assaults that were reported and also captured on tape.
I asked Dixon about his well-documented admissions that he chased driver James Fields with a rifle in Charlottesville right before Fields allegedly plowed into a crowd of protesters, killing Heather Heyer. His goons quickly surrounded me.
Dixon grabbed the phone out of my hand and repeatedly struck me.
Dixon is on video stating that he chased James Fields with a rifle, and he also made that admission on Facebook. But he is still employed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
“It was actually the mobility, the improvisational power of the entire Left that won, effectively. Right? Even though Heather died,” said Dixon to his own class of young impressionable minds. He also bragged about using a rifle to “chase off” Fields in a Facebook post.
“So James Fields, driving his Charger, slow-rolled our western perimeters. So that was Fourth Street. Several times. One time he paused right in front of me. And I waved him off with my rifle. At his last pass he accelerated a block away and he killed Heather,” Dixon said.
“So I’m still grappling with the events of that day. So I’m trying to comprehend what happened,” Dixon said, criticizing the police and referring to protesters on his side who came back “bloodied.”
“I take perverse pleasure in having carried this Spike’s lower in the defense of Justice Park on August 12th. I used this rifle to chase off James Fields from our block of 4th St before he attacked the marchers to the south. Spike’s needs a good lesson in ethics and antifascism,” Dixon stated in a Facebook post reported by Cassandra Fairbanks of the Gateway Pundit.