Nathan Damigo, founder of Identity Europa, recently made headlines after the Third Battle for Berkeley, where he punched a female member of Antifa in the face.
Damigo says the act was in self-defence; footage shows the woman now dubbed “Moldylocks” carrying a weaponized glass bottle at the riot, after vowing to claim “100 Nazi scalps” on Facebook before the clash took place
I caught up with Damigo at a recent free-speech rally in Berkeley, California after Ann Coulter was uninvited from speaking at the city’s public university.
Damigo discusses the Moldylocks debacle, accusations of racism and Nazism, the state of free speech on campus, and his position on the wider repercussions of quelling debate in the classroom.
(NOTE: The views of Mr. Damigo are his own and do not reflect the views held by TheRebel.Media or its employees.)