Bucknell Hosts Pro-Antifa Talk on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

On the eve of the 18th anniversary of 9/11, Bucknell University hosted Dartmouth Antifa scholar Mark Bray, a staunch defender of the leftist terror group.

Bray spoke at Bucknell to a packed lecture hall on Tuesday night about the evolution of “anti-fascist” movements from the 20th century to the present.

Bucknell Prof. Alexander Riley wrote at The Federalist on Monday that “Bray is an advocate for and participant in Antifa, an amorphous group of communists and anarchists who engage in thuggish street violence, attacking property and individuals they label ‘fascists’ or ‘white supremacists,’ designations they use sufficiently liberally as to include just about anyone they feel like vilifying and attacking.”

Isabella Carrega, president of Bucknell’s Conservative Club, told Breitbart, “Mark Bray’s presence at Bucknell serves as a reminder to campus conservatives of the inherent political biases woven into the [school’s] administration.”