Gallery of the Georgia Proud Boys Failed Harassment Convoy Against Pro-Choice Protesters in Downtown Atlanta

Around 5PM on Saturday June 25th, a group of approximately 12 Proud Boys came into downtown Atlanta, looking to harass pro-choice protesters. We covered the excursion on a Twitter thread here, helping amplify many sources who were on the ground. Most of the Proud Boys wore plates and custom branded insignia, and their convoy consisted of three pickup trucks plus a repurposed armored truck. Despite their obvious intent to intimidate Atlantans with this show of force, the Proud Boy convoy met with immediate concerted resistance and was prevented from harassing protesters by local armed community defense.

The Proud Boys attempted to conceal their identities by wearing gaiter masks and obscuring their plates. This tactic has worked well for them in the past, since they typically have friendly relations with the police. However, it did not entirely succeed this time, and they received traffic citations for attempting to obscure their plates.

The neo-fascist Proud Boys have had little to no presence in metro Atlanta for several years, and their organization statewide in Georgia was splintered and moribund: many recruits would pass through the Proud Boys only temporarily on their radicalization path to more openly white supremacist and neo-Nazi organizations. However, judging by the ridiculous insignia on their vanity truck, a Georgia chapter has been reconstituted as of 2021 and is based out of Stockbridge, in Henry County. We are working on further identification and will have more to publish soon. In the meantime, we are posting this gallery of media for the public to examine. If you have any tips, contact us. Email is the most secure method, and as always, we guard the confidentiality and anonymity of our sources.

Video of departing convoy
Police Scanner audio discussing traffic citations