I have the feeling that if Trump hadn't won, these cockroaches wouldn't be abroad by daylight.
Max French, who attended the event and said he had helped on Zundel’s Holocaust denial cases, said “it was a fitting tribute to a great woman.”
“There was no Holocaust denial going on in there, and if there was, what of it?,” he said.
No one in the room had ties to neo-Nazi groups, French added. But one man who attended was wearing a Blood and Honour T-shirt, a neo-Nazi music promotion group.
Farber said one silver lining of the whole thing has been the united response from multicultural organizations across the city calling for the event to be cancelled and expressing their concerns.
"Ha ha ha, no Neo-Nazis here, just a jolly bunch of white-supremacists. No Holocaust denial--okay, maybe a little, but all in good fun, right?"