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Former Fox News commenter Gavin McInnes launched a lawsuit against the town of Rutherford, New Jersey and two of its government officials following what he claims was a pressure campaign to shut down his ticketed comedy show.
McInnes, founder of The Proud Boys and Vice, attempted to hold a comedy show in the Borough of Rutherford on November 10, 2022. Antifa activists ultimately posted details about the event publicly, as often happens when McInnes holds public events, which allegedly prompted local authorities to pressure the owner of the venue to cancel McInnes’ event.
In an episode of his “Get Off My Lawn” podcast on the Censored.tv network , McInnes played audio recordings he made of phone calls with the venue owner. In those calls, the owner revealed that his decision to cancel the event was prompted by multiple phone calls he received Rutherford Police Chief John Russo.
Russo, according to McInnes and the small businessman, purportedly told the venue owner that he would be legally and financially liable for any damages or casualties sustained during a hypothetical Antifa riot, should one be provoked by McInnes’ comedy show.
A video McInnes posted to Telegram seems to suggest no protesters had assembled for the event. […]
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