25 local antifascists then promptly arrived at the scene, pelting the fascist gathering with eggs and stones, forcing them to disperse. Following the dispersion of the NSM rally, locals saw fit to redecorate the site with antifascist stickers and tags, per a reportback from the Miami Revolutionary Abolitionist Front.

The same group of fascists re-emerged on the 30th at the I-4 highway, also in Orlando, putting up a swastika flag and two banners saying “Vax the Jews” and “Let’s Go Branon,” an erroneously misspelled right-wing slogan.

Local anarchists and antifascists arrived on the scene again but were unable to shut down the far-Right demonstration due to a massive police presence to protect the NSM rally.