A Nazi was punched outside of Richard Spencer's speech at University of Florida

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While protesters gathered outside of white supremacist Richard Spencer's speech at University of Florida this afternoon, someone's fist connected with a Nazi's face.

The name of the mutton-chopped Nazi, or who threw the rogue punch, has yet to be released. However, the Nazi was immediately escorted off campus by a Sheriff's officer. 



No word on whether or not any charges have been filed. 

This is a breaking story, and we'll update when more information is available.



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