Antifa has found its worst enemy: Based Stick Man.
Meet Kyle Chapman, the California native and alt-right hero famous for fighting leftists and other agitators at a pro-Trump rally in Berkeley, California on March 4.
Wearing a helmet, gas mask, knee pads and heavy clothing, Chapman joined his fellow Golden State freedom-lovers with a Captain America-esque shield and large stick to fight back against the black block horde. Following his intervention, the masked, labor union-sympathizing pinkos retreated, giving America one of its greatest victories since Guadalcanal.
After a YouTube video of Chapman’s skirmish, seen below, was uploaded, the hero quickly turned into an Internet sensation:
Memes of Chapman quickly circulated on social media and various message boards:
Yet the city of Los Angeles Police Department, potentially due to undue influence from George Soros or satanic Pizzagate conspirators, arrested Chapman for his heroic actions. According to Chuck Johnson’s WeSearchr campaign, Chapman was charged with six felonies for defending liberty on American soil. Chapman was later released on $5,000 bail. The WeSearchr “Based Stick Man Legal Defense Fund” had raised $74,241 as of Wednesday.
Chapman’s wife created a Twitter account, @HelpKyleChapman, following his arrest and reported the stick-wielding vigilante had an arraignment at an Oakland courtroom on Tuesday. In a video uploaded to the account, Chapman said that the “District Attorney or Berkeley PD have decided not to charge me at this time. This means that they could either drop the case or continue the investigation and charge me at a later date. We’re not sure which way they’re really going with this.”
Some questioned the Berkeley PD’s response to rioting after provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos tried giving a speech at the University of California in February. The rioting left university property charred, windows shattered, and some injuries. President Trump tweeted about the violence, saying “If U.C. Berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view—NO FEDERAL FUNDS?”
Despite the good news for Chapman, the account still said that he was seeking “an IP or criminal defense attorney” who was “willing to help [his] cause.” WeSearchr has not yet updated its page for Chapman to say where the legal defense funds will now be used.
UPDATE: Chapman was arrested this weekend in Berkeley once again for fighting menacing skateboarders. A video of the skirmish can be found below:
— Based Stick Man (@BasedStickMan_) April 12, 2017
According to his Twitter account, Chapman has been released from police custody and is in “good health and spirit.” He is expected to release a video commenting on the arrest later today.
Chapman’s brief stint as a political prisoner should be a disturbing reminder that America would benefit from more modern-day Patrick Henrys. We are always just an inch away from redistributionist tyranny.