by Max Brantley
They swarmed Hermann Park early in the morning, decked in camo, leather vests, InfoWars jackets, and Texas pride shirts, toting American, Texan, and "Don't Tread on Me" flags, "Stand with Sam" signs, and semi-automatic rifles and snipers.They didn't.
A 40-person deep security team patrolled the area, while the hydration team passed out water, waiting in the Texas summer heat for enemy leftist groups to arrive.
"We set up four-man teams in different sectors making sure the anti-fascists wouldn't infiltrate us or pick off one or two people by the bathrooms," Jeremy Alcede, head of security for the group This is Texas, told BuzzFeed News. "We were told hundreds of [anti-fascists] were coming."