You have to find the time to listen to this Tom Woods interview. The big thing here is that Brandon Navom was fired from his job without any grounds because he was labeled a "Nazi" by Antifa, despite the fact that he has no connection to the alt-right, never mind Nazis, and is just a libertarian.
But Tom interjects important questions and comments at key moments during the interview with Brandon as he explains his actions.
The world is becoming so insane so quickly, who can keep up?
I figured this was bound to happen, but it's happened even sooner than I thought: a normal libertarian, with no unusual views to speak of, just lost his job for allegedly being a "Nazi."
Woods, this sounds sensationalized. Surely there's more to the story!
Brandon Navom was a Ron Paul delegate from Massachusetts in 2012, and headed Software Engineers for Liberty. He accepted an invitation to speak at the Boston free-speech rally, which had precisely zero to do with the earlier event in Charlottesville.
Before he could do that, Antifa on Twitter went berserk, tweeting at his employer that Navom was a "Nazi." No evidence, of course; hysteria suffices.
His employer promptly fired him without severance.
Navom learned of his firing when triumphant Antifa tweeted his employer's statement at him.
Was a shred of evidence produced to back this quite extraordinary claim? Since Navom is the farthest thing from a Nazi, no evidence could exist, so the answer is necessarily no.
I already have people in my private group saying they are censoring themselves at work out of fear of being branded a "fascist" or a "Nazi" simply for not adopting the progressive line.
It's happening fast, folks.
Check out my conversation with Brandon: