I think Rollins' statement at the end of the article does bring up a good point about Anti-Fa. The whole "a lot of these guys come prepared to goad you into a fight," thing. However justified Anti-Fa may be for getting violent, I do strongly believe they shouldn't. I came to this realisation after Charlottesville (and, eerily, I think I used similar wording as Rollins...) that, by getting violent they are playing right into the Neo-Nazi's hands. They WANT the confrontation. At best, they want it as an excuse to seem like the victims, and at worst, they want it as an excuse to... as Rollins put it, "empty a magazine of rounds into a crowd."