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L.A. Taco on KCRW: Editor Daniel Hernandez Discusses ‘L.A.’s Proud Boy Problem’

[dropcap size=big]L.[/dropcap]A. Taco editor Daniel Hernandez appeared KCRW to speak about the group known as the Proud Boys. Listen above. Proud Boys, a “social club” with extremist views about women and immigration, got into an altercation with a group of local activists at the Griffin in Atwater Village last week. They've also been spotted at other L.A. area bars and restaurants.

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