Photo courtesy of The Texan News reporter Brad Johnson
Communists holding Soviet Union hammer and sickle flags marched through Austin, Texas on Saturday, blocked intersections and praised mass murderers in a May Day demonstration.
The annual marches began in 1886 when more than 300,000 people in the United States ditched work to protest in favor of an eight-hour work day, a battle that had began two years earlier.
Now, every year on May 1, unions and anarchists worldwide gather to cause mayhem and havoc in the the streets.
The Communists were ordered off Congress Avenue after blocking an intersection in downtown Austin.