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The owner of a Los Angeles bar has apologized after an aggressive faceoff — partially recorded in viral videos — between a right-wing men’s group and leftist protesters who showed up to confront them.

About 20 members of the Proud Boys — a “Western chauvinist” organization that advertises chapters across North America and Britain — gathered Saturday night at the Griffin, a low-key bar across the street from a car wash in northeast Los Angeles.

The article goes on to state the following:

The men were quickly spotted because of their matching outfits: black Fred Perry polo shirts, striped yellow on the fringes, usually complemented with a “Make America Great Again” cap. This is the uniform of the Proud Boys, which the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a violent hate group, though it describes itself as merely a defender of traditional male and “Western” values.

DML News offers the following additional information, published by EATER.COM:

Atwater Village bar The Griffin is under fire for an incident involving well-known far right men’s group the Proud Boys over the weekend. The Los Feliz Boulevard watering hole was reportedly the site of a local Proud Boys chapter meet-up on Saturday night, but things escalated quickly when protesters against the group arrived. Someone called the police when a verbal and physical fight broke out, and now The Griffin is dealing with the fallout from it all.

On Saturday night a group of just less than ten Proud Boys members showed up to The Griffin unannounced, and word of their presence quickly broke on social media. A counter-group soon gathered at the bar, with the intent of getting the Proud Boys kicked out entirely. Instead, bar employees at several points seemed to defend the presence of the “Make America Great Again”-hat wearing group, with one bouncer reportedly saying “the only color I see is green,” indicating that anyone was welcome as long as they spend money.

The article goes on to state the following:

LA Taco has a thorough collection of details and social media posts along with video from the incident. They spoke with LAPD officer Rosario Herrera who confirmed that a scuffle took place at The Griffin, adding that the police didn’t arrest anyone.

The referenced social media posts are included below. (WARNING: OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE USED)

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