Chris Cox went on FOX News to announce him and his boys were heading to the University of California Berkeley to go toe-to-toe with ‘twinkle-toes and buttercup’ at the ANTIFA protests.
“I didn’t see an upside in coming to Berkely and standing toe to toe with twinkle toes and butter cups.”
The organization, Bikers for Trump, have provided extra security for Trump supporters at events where protestors have been know to be violent.
Cox and his group decided to head to face the ANTIFA buttercups after hearing about Ann Coulter’s speech being shut down.
“We are certainly not looking for a fight… We are here on the defense, not the offense,” the leader of Bikers for Trump stated on Stuart Varney’s show.
Discussing with the local law enforcement at Berkeley, Chris Cox laid out a plan of action going forward. During his interview Cox made some important points on restoring law and order, over violence:
“From what I understand, any rumors that they’ve been told to stand down will be squashed today. They are not going to allow this disobedience, they are not going to allow the ski masks we’ve been seeing around the country, so we still have a presence here at Berkeley today. We don’t want to do anything that is going to give us a public relations black eye. We’ve stayed within the framework of the law and I intend that protesters will continue to stay within the framework of the law.”