Morris May, a supporter of the alt-right, has been charged with assault and unlawful weapon possession. The 22-year-old was going to the Stand Against Hate rally in New Jersey when he stopped at a sign-making event for the protest in respond to Charlottesville neo-Nazi march. This was where May got into an argument with trans person Allie Koralik, 34. Koralik said she was attacked by May, who was wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with alt-right symbol Pepe the Frog and the message: “For those about to MAGA (Make America Great Again) we salute you!” He claimed that he hated liberals for taking people’s rights. Koralik said her glasses helped to protect her from the worst of the spray. The man admitted that he used it but claims it was a self-defence and accused Koralik of violating his personal space.May said that since his father is Chinese and his mother is Jewish, he can’t be a Nazi. May also protested that Pepe the Frog was “not racist,” despite the cartoon being defined as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League.