Gavin McInnes' Wife Threatens Neighbors Over 'Hate Has No Home Here' Signs - 2019-01-08
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes usually fights his own battles, by way of inciting his membership to commit acts of violence. But now that his ritzy community in Westchester County, New York, has begun to take a stand against him, he has apparently employed a new enforcer to do his dirty work: his wife, Emily McInnes, who has been privately intimidating her neighbors and threatening them with lawsuits, HuffPost has confirmed.
Last week HuffPost reported on his intensifying spat with his neighbors in the cozy, upscale village of Larchmont, just north of New York City. The extremist leader sent letters to local residents who displayed "Hate has no home here" signs in their yards, complaining that the message amounts to an attack on him and his family. The irony of such a suggestion is not lost on them.
But on Monday night, that simmering local feud began to boil over. The McInneses joined a private online discussion about the squabble, held by the Larchmont community on the social media app Nextdoor, in an apparent attempt to clear the air with their neighbors.