The right wing "free speech rally" that took place in Boston this past Saturday led to an outpouring of an estimated 40,000 counter-protesters who came out to stand up to all of the recent hatred.
The sheer number of counter-protesters ultimately confined the rally participants to a small gazebo.
cow•ard•ing— RealTomChapman (@realTomChapman) August 20, 2017
To crouch down in fear inside a gazebo
"Nazis were seen cowarding at the sound of tubas."
As I walked by the cowarding, I wished that the nazis would stop Band-Standing. It was so tiresome.— Alastair Craig (@alastaircraig) August 20, 2017
Must be regional. Where I'm from, it's a "trembling" or an "incontinence" depending on the season.— Amy O'Meara (@amyomeara428) August 20, 2017
Nazi organizer: "God damn it, I said Gestapo, not Gazebo!"— Alameda Mark (@alamedamark) August 20, 2017
First tiki torches, now gazebos. Maybe we need to start calling their rallies "picnics".— Nunya Bizness (@ldm9073) August 20, 2017
Imagine saying with a straight face "quickly, we must rally at the gazebo!"— James Marsh (@jamesmarsh83) August 20, 2017
Ah Liesl .. "Fellows I meet may tell me I'm sweet..." 🎶— Grimface Emoji (@snotforprofit) August 20, 2017
But be fair. There was a man with a tuba lurking behind a tree.— Pat Ashworth (@ThePatAshworth) August 20, 2017
Racists hiding in a building that has no walls...is kind of poetic.— Charlene (@daisydugan) August 20, 2017