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Jason Kessler. (Credit Image: © Shay Horse/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)
Jason Kessler. (Credit Image: © Shay Horse/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)

This is Part II of a review of

Anne Wilson Smith, Charlottesville Untold: Inside the Unite the Right Rally, Shotwell Publishing, 2021, 396 pages, \$24.95 paperback, \$5.00 e-version from publisher

Part I can be found here.

On the evening after police cancelled the rally, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe held a press conference and said:

I have a message to all the White supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesville today. Go home. You are not wanted in this great commonwealth . . . . You came here today to hurt people, and you did hurt people . . . . But my message is clear. We are stronger than you. You will not succeed . . . . There is no place for you here. There is no place for you in America.

As Mrs. Smith writes, the Governor’s remarks were outrageous for at least five reasons:

  • His characterization of Unite the Right attendees as “White supremacists and Nazis” that was sure to inflame ire against all participants.
  • His assertion that the citizens whom he disfavors should not be allowed to exercise their constitutional rights to assemble and speak.
  • His order that protesters “go home” when in fact many attendees were from Virginia, and at any rate he has no right to close Virginia to residents of other states.
  • His unjustified accusation that attendees “wanted to hurt people.”
  • Worst of all was: “There is no place for you in America.” McAuliffe was proposing the cultural cleansing of political enemies, many of whom want only to protect their culture and history. If these people have no right to exist in America, what is to be done with them?

The word “bias” does not begin to capture the character of media reports: They portrayed the victims as aggressors and the aggressors as victims. The general tone can be gathered from headlines:

“Charlottesville Reels After a White Supremacist Rally Turns Deadly” – Politico

“Shocking Photos from the Violent White Supremacist Rally in Charlottesville” – BuzzFeed News

“How A White Power Rally in Charlottesville Turned Deadly” – The Daily Beast

“Ted Cruz Condemns Charlottesville Terror: ‘The Nazis, the KKK and White Supremacists are Repulsive and Evil’ “ – PJ Media

“Terror in Charlottesville: Woman killed as car rams into anti-racist protesters at White nationalist rally” – Salon

“Two Virginia State Troopers Killed in Helicopter Crash Tied to White Supremacist Rally” – Fox News

The crash was due to mechanical failure and happened five hours after the rally was stopped.

Everywhere, the impression was that Unite the Right attendees were violent fanatics. Many stories did not even mention that the rally was to defend the Lee statue; readers were left to assume that the only purpose was “white supremacy” or “Nazism.”

For his own safety, Kessler spent the evening after the rally at a family member’s home, watching the day’s events as reported by Fox news.

He called a reporter he knew who was with the Fox affiliate in Charlottesville, Doug McKelway, to ask for an opportunity to address the public. McKelway informed him that the station had deemed him “too toxic” to be allowed on air. Kessler . . . suggest[ed] they put him in a contentious setting, such as on an opinion show like Tucker Carlson, so it would not appear the station was sympathetic to him. “I don’t care if they want to yell at me. I can take it. I just want a chance to speak.” McKelway said he would pass along the suggestion. Kessler never heard back.

Pres. Trump speaks

Many of Pres. Trump’s detractors complained that he did not address the public quickly enough once news broke of the “deadly white supremacist rally.” Trump explained: “Before I make a statement, I like to know the facts.”

Other politicians in his party had no such scruples. Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted: “Very important for the nation to hear @potus describe events in #Charlottesville for what they are, a terror attack by #Whitesupremacists . . . . The organizers of events which inspired & led to #charlottesvilleterroristattack are 100% to blame. . . . They are adherents of an evil ideology which argues certain people are inferior because of race, ethnicity or nation of origin.”

Senator Cory Gardner tweeted, “Mr. President — we must call evil by its name. These were White supremacists and this was domestic terrorism.”

Senator Orrin Hatch said: “We should call evil by its name.”

None of these public figures seemed to know or care that the rally had been organized to defend a monument.

That evening, the President said “We’re closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia. We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence, on many sides.”

As we have seen, most of the displays of hatred and violence originated on the side of the counter-protestors. But relative to other public statements by prominent persons, Pres. Trump’s words were remarkably fair.

Two days later, the President gave an interview. He rambled a bit, but made at least four important points left out of most media accounts:

  • There were many supporters of the Robert E. Lee statue among the Unite the Right protesters.
  • Unite the Right had a permit to assemble, unlike the counter-protesters.
  • There were people on both sides responsible for violence, including an aggressive left-wing contingent.
  • Removal of Confederate statues is likely to lead to removing the Founding Fathers.

Pres. Trump was denounced by many whose comments on the events were far less truthful or fair. One such denunciation came from Joe Biden, who later claimed he was inspired to run for president by Trump’s supposedly inadequate reaction to the “white supremacist violence” of Charlottesville.

Jason Kessler was “ecstatic” when he first heard Trump’s remarks, noting that the President had spoken “simple truths that the American public had not been given.” He briefly imagined it might be possible to win the battle for public opinion. Later, he managed to get interviews on a few alternative news outlets with hosts such as Alex Jones and Gavin McInnes, but even there his reception was hostile. He recalls that “they wanted to slit my throat.”

The backlash

In the days following the suppression of the rally, as Mr. Kessler explains, “Heyer’s death was used to stoke a moral panic about the boogeyman of ‘White supremacy’ which has led to an unprecedented, un-American wave of political censorship against right-wing political dissidents and immigration patriots.” Even an ADL representative acknowledged: “I cannot think of another incident to which the backlash has been nearly so widespread.”

Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, GoFundMe, Uber and the gaming chat app Discord all removed countless accounts associated with the rally and its attendees, as well as some that were not.

Mr. Kessler explained the process behind the de-platforming trend: There are groups that:

manipulate our language, lie about the things that we’re saying, like, omitting things that have to do with the self-defense aspect. And then they go to all these different companies in Silicon Valley and they’re giving lectures as if they’re authorities, and as if their case has been proven. They’re doing one-sided prosecution with these tech companies.

Companies do not investigate such claims before acting on them.

Banning Unite the Right participants and many perceived allies was an important precedent for banning a sitting president from nearly all social media after the Capitol was breached on January 6, 2021. Mrs. Smith writes:

How might things have been different if Trump and other conservatives had stood up to the wave of censorship that took place after Unite the Right by passing legislation to protect the ability of dissidents to access online public forums? Unfortunately, most of them — weak-willed, short-sighted, and unwilling to be associated with the pariahs of Charlottesville — ignored or even applauded the purge.

Another aspect of the backlash to Unite the Right was the doxing campaign against participants. Hours of video of the events of August 11 and 12 were uploaded to the internet almost immediately, and Antifa and its sympathizers got to work identifying participants:

Within days, or in some cases, hours, Unite the Right attendees were doxed and their identities widely publicized. National news outlets amplified and celebrated the public shamings. “A Twitter account identified this Unite the Right participant. Now his family’s disowning him,” gloated in an article dated two days after the rally. The article reports that “[t]he protester’s father says their family loudly repudiates his son’s ‘vile, hateful and racist rhetoric and actions.’ ”

Credit Image: © Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire
Credit Image: © Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire

One rallygoer estimated that “hundreds of people” lost jobs or became estranged from their families because they were at the rally. Mrs. Smith interviewed some of them for Charlottesville Untold. One man was reported to Child Protective Services by Antifa in an attempt to have his children taken from him. Andrew Dodson, an engineer who develops clean-energy technology, was driven to suicide by his ordeal; the man who doxed him was invited to appear on NBC News!

Criminal cases

A number of criminal trials resulted from Unite the Right, and the difference in treatment for participants and counter-protesters was stark. Corey Long is a black Charlottesville resident who doused some rally participants with what one described as “some kind of paint thinner” and attacked them with an improvised flame thrower made from a bottle of hairspray. A man on the receiving end testified he had feared becoming a “human torch.” Celebrated by media outlets such as the New Yorker and The Root, Long was sentenced to just 20 days in prison.

Richard Preston is a Ku Klux Klan member from Maryland. When he saw Long brandishing his flame thrower at passing demonstrators, he drew his handgun, pointed it at him, and screamed at him to stop. Loading a round into the chamber, he fired a single warning shot into the ground next to Long, hurting no one. He then holstered his gun and walked away. One person assaulted by Long called Preston a hero, suggesting his action saved lives that day. Mr. Preston was sentenced to four years in prison.

But perhaps the most egregious example of both media mischaracterization and politicized criminal justice involved a black man named DeAndre Harris and four white men charged with assaulting him. As the author writes:

A viral photo from Unite the Right depicted a group of White men holding weapons and standing over a Black man, Harris, as he lay on the ground. This photo, usually provided with no context whatsoever, was exploited by the media to help contribute to the public impression that Unite the Right attendees were violent racists on a rampage, looking to brutalize any non-Whites in sight.

Carefully omitted from such accounts were the events that led up to the photo.

It is common for Antifa militants to entice blacks to participate in violence by giving them simple weapons. DeAndre Harris had been given a “Maglite,” a long, heavy brand of flashlight, by an Antifa activist on the morning of the rally. Just before the viral photo was taken, Harris was following a group of departing attendees back to a parking garage in the company of Corey Long (who used the homemade flamethrower) and another black man. Sneaking up behind the attendees, Mr. Long tried to steal a Confederate flag while DeAndre Harris hit rallygoer Harold Crews over the head with his Maglite.

Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent describes what happened next:

As [the three black men] are forced back into the parking garage, a Black male in a blue shirt runs up from behind one of our members, clubs him and knocks him unconscious. He continues to beat him with another Black male. THIS provokes the parking garage fight . . . .

The fake news was only interested in DeAndre Harris because he was Black and could be portrayed as a ‘victim’ of ‘White supremacists.’ They ignored the White kid who was bludgeoned with the club in the parking garage by DeAndre Harris’s friends which provoked others to rush to his defense . . . . Dan Borden and Alex Michael Ramos came to the aid of a League of the South member who had been clubbed and knocked unconscious in the parking garage . . . . What do the Charlottesville Police do? They issued warrants for the arrest of Dan Borden and Alex Michael Ramos. . . . [T]hey charged people who were forced to defend others.

A witness to the fight writes: “[Harris] clubbed one of our people and took off running . . . . They didn’t pick him out because he was Black. They picked him out because he ambushed someone from behind.”

DeAndre Harris was subsequently able to raise over \$166,000 on GoFundMe, supposedly to cover his medical expenses. Soon after, he mysteriously starred in a professionally produced rap video “driving a Mercedes Benz and sporting a \$2,000 pair of Nike Air Jordan Retros.” For two months, police failed to arrest him. Finally, the man he had struck from behind, Harold Crews, took the initiative to press charges. Harris was found not guilty of misdemeanor assault and battery by a judge who accepted his claim that he had intended to hit the flagpole, not Crews. The four men who retaliated against Harris received sentences of two, six, six, and eight years’ imprisonment.

Brad Griffin compiled a series of videos reconstructing the exact sequence of events surrounding the assault on Harris:

I contacted The Daily Progress [of Charlottesville] and NBC 29 about the video. I sent it to detectives at the Charlottesville Police Department. I told the Associated Press what really happened in Charlottesville. I played the video in person on my smartphone for a news crew from Atlanta that was interviewing me about the arrest of Alex Michael Ramos. We bombarded reporters with the video of DeAndre Harris attacking with the MagLite on Twitter. No one was interested in investigating or reporting the truth . . . . The media refused to report on it after gleefully showing the out-of-context video.

James Fields can hardly be said to have received a fair trial either. Just two days after the event, Pres. Trump treated his guilt as an established fact: “the driver of the car is a murderer.” A month later, the US Senate declared him a domestic terrorist. Potential jurors were inundated for over a year with coverage by a hostile media. More than one courtroom observer noted that his attorney failed to defend him aggressively. Despite considerable grounds for doubt regarding his intentions, he received a sentence of life plus 419 years.

Credit Image: © Michael Nigro/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire
Credit Image: © Michael Nigro/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire

Civil suits — offense

There were even more civil suits than criminal cases. Jason Kessler was, of course, sued, along with other rally organizers and participants who allegedly conspired to deprive onlookers and bystanders of their civil rights (see below). Mr. Kessler remembers calling every law firm in Charlottesville and not finding a single one willing to defend him. When he tried to do legal research at the law library of his alma mater, the University of Virginia, he was banned from campus. Eventually a sympathetic lawyer contacted him. He has spent most of the last four years trying to defend himself and to hold the city of Charlottesville accountable.

A fierce advocate for the First Amendment, Kessler was determined to sue the City of Charlottesville for violating his civil rights and the rights of all Unite the Right participants. He sought support for his suit from other people associated with the event, but found most of them either wanted to distance themselves from the residuum of Charlottesville, or were struggling financially and unable to help with legal expenses. Out of everyone involved with Unite the Right, Matt Parrott of the Traditionalist Workers Party is the only other named plaintiff on the lawsuit.

On the second anniversary of Unite the Right, Messrs. Kessler and Parrot filed suit against the City of Charlottesville and three named officials, charging that stopping the rally was a denial of free speech. Six months later, Federal District Judge Norman K. Moon dismissed the suit, ruling that law enforcement has no obligation to protect people when other parties attempt to suppress their speech. Mr. Kessler called this “a pretty novel ruling. We were floored when we got it.” Within a few days, he appealed, and is waiting for a ruling.

The principle at stake is called the “heckler’s veto.” This happens when authorities stop protected speech on the grounds that it might provoke a violent reaction. Mr. Kessler and many civil libertarians believe the government should not be able to appeal to such possible violence as grounds for failing to protect free speech. “The [prohibition of the] heckler’s veto has in some ways been established for a long time, then in some ways the details of it need to be fleshed out,” says Mr. Kessler. He adds:

If the police aren’t obligated to protect people, the First Amendment is done. The people who defended themselves [at Unite the Right] were not the aggressors and they should not have been put in the situation by police that they had to defend themselves. That’s what this case is about. Something like Charlottesville should never, ever happen again. Those effing cops need to show up and separate the groups and protect the First Amendment. It’s that simple.

We’re already four years in and they’re trying to wear us down by wasting our time, wasting our money . . . . We’re just at the Fourth Circuit. It could be years more before we’re done with this. But if — IF — we win, it will establish a clear heckler’s veto precedent across the land.

Mr. Kessler and his legal team are optimistic. They think their case is strong and that even if they lose the current appeal, the Supreme Court could look into the matter because standards on this issue vary in different federal districts.

As part of his efforts, Mr. Kessler has also filed a number of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to get records, some of which authorities claim have been lost or destroyed. He notes allegations by the Heaphy Report that former police chief Al Thomas and the Charlottesville PD command staff deleted text messages relevant to their investigation. He asks:

Why did they destroy this evidence? They also went in and doctored certain documents to make it seem like they had done certain preparations that they really hadn’t done. That is a class-one misdemeanor that should, if these people were convicted, bar them from future public service. Of course, the government is not going to police themselves. So who is going to hold them accountable? That’s where I come in. I’ve been filing FOIA requests for the past 3 or 4 years.

When Mr. Kessler requested text messages from city manager Maurice Jones, he was told that no such messages existed. This assertion was proven false by former mayor, Mike Signer. In his book about Unite the Right, Cry Havoc, Mr. Signer gave details of his exchange of emails and text messages with Maurice Jones. Mr. Kessler cited Mr. Signer’s book to demand release of the data. A week before a FOIA-related trial was to take place, Mr. Kessler received a letter with a link to 1,200 pages of email, along with an apology claiming that Mr. Jones had misunderstood what was included in the request.

The fight continues:

We want an injunction to keep them from ever destroying more evidence like this again and we want them to recognize that these text messages are public documents and they need to change their practices forever because of this situation. We’re [also] asking for the judge to order them to hire an electronic forensics firm to go over their hard drives, their phones, with a fine-tooth comb and reconstitute destroyed messages so we can find out what the hell it is that they were saying in the first place that they so badly didn’t want anybody to see.

The Virginia public records act says that the city manager communications are never supposed to be destroyed. They’re supposed to be kept permanently in agency. . . . And no one in the media is holding them accountable, and even a lot of people who went to the rally are just moving on, like this doesn’t matter anymore. It does matter. People were set up. . . .

And so that’s why we filed this newest lawsuit dealing with FOIA and the Public Records Act, and to address that letter where they admitted they destroyed evidence. We’re trying to set some pretty exciting precedent for open government in Virginia because it’s such a murky area where precedent hasn’t been set.

Civil suits – defense

The most important civil suit against rally organizers and participants is Sines v. Kessler. The suit alleges that 10 organizations and 14 named individuals:

conspired to plan, promote, and carry out violent events in Charlottesville. . . . Starting at least as early as the beginning of 2017 and continuing to today, they have joined together for the purpose of inciting violence and instilling fear within the community of Charlottesville and beyond.

James Fields is listed among the defendants; the plaintiffs claim that the death and injuries from the ramming were the result of a conspiracy between Fields and the rally organizers. Kessler notes:

[T]hey are saying the rally was just a pretext to violently attack counter protesters, specifically racial minorities. Yet they have no evidence of that. They say that we conspired with James Fields, and yet there is no evidence of that. They’ve gone through all of our text messages, all of our emails, all of our social media. . . . We have the head investigator with the CPD Steve Young testifying under oath that there is not only no conspiracy in the death of Heather Heyer, but that there was no communication with James Fields whatsoever.

Many defendants suspect the suit really amounts to “lawfare,” i.e., a “factually baseless attempt to use bad-faith litigation to cripple them reputationally and financially.” This interpretation finds some support in lead attorney Roberta Kaplan’s response when asked what she hoped to achieve with the suit:

We absolutely can and will bankrupt these groups. And then we will chase these people around for the rest of their lives. So if they try to buy a new home, we will put a lien on the home. If they get a new job, we will garnish their wages. The reason to do that is because we want to create a deterrence impact. So we send a message to other people that if you try to do something like this, the same thing will happen to you.

The lawsuit is being financed by Integrity First for America (IFA), an organization that boasts that the case “is the only current legal effort to take on the vast [!] leadership of the violent White nationalist movement.” Among their donors are LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, and actress Natalie Portman. Even though public records list no fewer than 33 lawyers working for the plaintiffs, the money will not run out any time soon.

Mr. Kessler says that “in nearly four years, IFA haven’t proved a single thing except that they can mug and beat down defendants who can’t afford attorneys and those who can’t afford researchers, expert witnesses, and evidence collection software to defend themselves on the same footing.” Yet media reports continue to portray the plaintiffs as plucky underdogs standing up to a powerful “white supremacist” movement.

As part of discovery, defendants have been required to turn over all email, messages, and social media posts about the rally, an onerous burden for some of the more active organizers. Matt Parrot, also a named defendant, calls this:

an ongoing fishing expedition where they’re desperately looking for some sort of evidence of criminal conspiracy to initiate violence in Charlottesville. They’ll find nothing. Essentially, they know they don’t have a case, but they have unlimited financial resources and they’re leveraging them with the hopes that we’ll eventually trip ourselves up on a technicality or run out of funds for our legal support.

In conclusion, the author remarks:

Even though an immense amount of data is available about the defendants’ communications and their activities the weekend of Unite the Right, none of the numerous defendants in the Sines civil suit have been criminally charged with anything remotely resembling a conspiracy to commit violence. If they are guilty as the Sines plaintiffs claim, why not?

The Heaphy Report

The City of Charlottesville paid \$350,000 for an independent investigation of what happened at Unite the Right. It was carried out by the law firm Hunton & Williamson under the direction of Timothy Heaphy, and resulted in a 207-page report called Independent Review of the 2017 Protest Events in Charlottesville, VA, known as the “Heaphy Report.” As the author of Charlottesville Untold notes, “In a healthy media environment, the results of this review would have been headline news all over the country.” However, because it did nothing to support the official story about a “violent white supremacist rally,” it got little attention.

The report is a damning indictment of many public officials, but especially the leadership of the Charlottesville Police Department (who bore primary legal responsibility) and the Virginia State Police. The author paraphrases the report: “Neither agency deployed available field forces or other units to protect public safety at the locations where violence took place. Command staff prepared to declare an unlawful assembly and disperse the crowd. The City of Charlottesville protected neither free expression nor public safety on August 12 . . . . This represents a failure of one of government’s core functions — the protection of fundamental rights.”

The Charlottesville police chief at the time was Al Thomas, the city’s first black chief. Two people told the Heaphy investigators they heard Mr. Thomas say, at the first signs of violence, “Let them fight, it will make it easier to declare an unlawful assembly.” The report stated that “Chief Thomas’ slow-footed response to violence put the safety of all at risk,” and accused him of deleting text messages relevant to the investigation and trying to limit what subordinates told investigators. In the wake of the report, Chief Thomas resigned.

Matt Parrot notes that the Charlottesville police brass bear primary responsibility for failure, not ordinary officers:

The police all appeared angry, frustrated, and confused as I’ve never seen them before. While I was furious at them at the time, it’s clear that they were the victims of an egregious leadership failure which also imperiled them. They were not able to keep up with the entirely unnecessary chaos they had been ordered to unleash and then ordered to deal with.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe later published a book about Unite the Right. In it, he had a great deal to say about:

the historic sins of the state and the duty he felt to rectify them. He spoke about the “deep legacies” of racism, and described Richmond as “the capital of the Confederacy, spearheading the resistance to freeing slaves in the Civil War.”

He rebuked the words of Robert E. Lee’s great-granddaughter at the dedication of the Charlottesville statue of Lee in 1924, “remembering her ancestor as a man who she said represented the ‘moral greatness of the Old South.’ For her, the Civil War was not about slavery, it was about differing ‘interpretations of our Constitution’ and differing ‘ideals of democracy.’ She was wrong. It was about slavery and it was about treason, pure and simple.”

He wrote at length about his pet issue of restoring voting rights for felons, describing their disenfranchisement as “a legacy of Jim Crow, a variation of the poll tax,” adding, “I never whitewashed Virginia’s sordid history. In June 2015, I used my executive authority to remove the Confederate flag from Virginia license plates [which were available as a type of vanity plate].”

Readers may not be surprised to learn that the New-York-born McAuliffe was worried that when he first decided to run for governor, he “might have a hard time convincing Virginians I was truly one of them.”

Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer also wrote a book about Unite the Right filled with contempt for what he called “rebel flag-wearing defenders of ‘southern heritage.’ ” Mrs. Smith writes:

He hailed Nikki Haley’s efforts to remove the Confederate flag in South Carolina as a means to “repudiate [Dylann] Roof’s twisted, demonic project” and wondered, with regards to the Confederate statue issue, how he would feel “as a Jew, if I had to walk by a statue of Adolf Hitler.”

Such are the men who run the Old Dominion.

Mrs. Smith notes another aspect of Unite the Right that has not been adequately noted, namely:

the astounding amount of restraint showed by the attendees. Open carry was legal in Virginia, and there were hundreds of militia members and Unite the Right attendees bearing arms that day. Despite hours of being pummeled by hard projectiles and chemical weapons, those hundreds of armed Unite the Right attendees exercised remarkable self-control and restraint by NOT drawing their firearms.

The only shot fired by an attendee all day was Richard Preston’s warning shot intended to keep Corey Long from using his flamethrower.

Anne Wilson Smith’s Charlottesville Untold is the first comprehensive, objective study of what happened at the aborted rally on August 12, 2017. She has done a duty ignored by literally thousands of professional journalists who appear to have no interest in knowing the truth or informing the public.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
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  1. The lawsuit is being financed by Integrity First for America (IFA), an organization that boasts that the case “is the only current legal effort to take on the vast [!] leadership of the violent White nationalist movement.” Among their donors are LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, and actress Natalie Portman.

    What do Hoffman, Newmark, and Portman have in common with Roberta Kaplan?

    • Replies: @Rooster111
  2. fnn says:

    Mitt Romney tweeted in support of Antifa violence and against First Amendment rights:

  3. There is no longer equal justice under law in this quickly unravelling country. Last night Tucker Carlson opened with a segment, pointing out example after example of egregious favoritism shown to Antifa/BLM criminals, and against conservative Whites, by Soros-funded prosecutors and Obama appointed judges. Tucker has often focused his ire on the Biden Regime and AG Merrick Garland, keeping in solitary confinement, without bail or trial, those who made the mistake of entering the Holy Capitol, or even just attending Trump’s Stop the Steal Rally.

    However, to my knowledge, Tucker hasn’t said much about the injustice perpetrated on those brave Heritage Americans who had the guts to defend Lee’s statue at the Unite the Right rally. Has he said anything about the terrible injustice done to sad sack James Fields? Even Heather Heyer’s mother, if I recall correctly, said that her (obese) daughter died from a heart attack.

    Is Charlottesville still too much of a hot potato for Tucker to take on? In the interest of justice, I’d love to see Tucker conduct one of his hour long interviews with Anne Wilson Smith on Fox Nation. Those two minute interviews he has on his nighttime show are mostly a waste of time.

    • Replies: @Weaver
    , @Tucker
  4. There are limits to what Tucker can do and stay on the air (and remain alive)

    • Agree: littlewing
  5. Weaver says:

    Yes, heart attack, unless the news story was wrong.

    Some speculated she was killed by the medic’s attempts at reviving her. The medic might have struggled to find a heart beat, due to the deceased’s weight. A heart attack might have ironically resulted.

    Tucker has said nothing. Charlottesville will likely always be too hot. I don’t watch tv, but I see clips online when he does something significant. I remember the Duke Lacrosse players being smeared, eventually found innocent. Charlottesville is much bigger. For one thing, it’s the only example, other than Jan 6, to justify the fear mongering about whites.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  6. The mayor of Charlottesville was jewish.
    The mayor appoints the chief of police.
    The police led the protesters into Antifa to create a clash.
    The Charlottesville event was organized by an Obama operative.
    The guy driving the Challanger was also Jewish.
    So obvious.
    Stop lying.
    God wins

  7. @fnn

    And Romneys son was grifting in Ukraine with Burisma like Bidens son.
    I’m in Utah and I get to vote against this creep.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @Dystopian
  8. The next Civil War is drawing closer every day.

  9. AReply says:

    To be a white nationalist / supreme cost is to imply violence and has a history of violence.

    What are the alternatives? Bitch a lot with empty complaints that the world isn’t premised and organized in a fashion that suits your exclusive interests?!

    In favor of the premise espoused by this article, it does seem that the idea of just a bunch of marching separatist morons with no intent does shine the proper light on the movement, except the intent part!

    This article and its critique of freedom is so far beyond laughably stupid, its entire point is criminally insane.

    Note to self: The freedom lamented here to shit on people you don’t like is reciprocal, which implies the freedom to tell bigots and imbeciles to go home. And if bigots and imbeciles don’t like it, what are they gonna do? Fight in the streets? Fucking retards.

    The idea that open bigots deserve representation for their open bigotry is ludicrous.

    Maybe their bigotry is something they can’t change; maybe they’re born with it, and it’s a crime to re-educate them? Well ‘don’t ask and don’t tell’ you queer white fucks. Just because you’re an asshole at heart doesn’t mean you have to act that way.

    Freedom to be intolerant means the freedom for intolerance of the tolerant of the intolerant, and so on…

    Get yer heads out of yer asses!

  10. Tucker says:

    There was a video floating around on youtube at the time whether Heyer’s mother was being interviewed by a reporter and she told the reporter that the Medical Examiner had determined the cause of death was a heart attack.

    This is a perfect example of why people need to equip their web browsers with more than one video downloader type of add-on. I say more than one, because the (((rats))) who run youtube are constantly tweaking their code so as to deliberately ‘break’ the video download capability, and the third party developers who write these video downloader add-ons have to scramble to update their add-on software. In other cases, they scheme up ways to prevent some of the video downloaders from detecting streaming video, so even though you’ve clicked on the video and it begins playing, the add-on is somehow being shielded from detecting video activity.

    So, get in the habit of saving copies of videos whenever one of these hotly contested events occur, because the lying and deliberate twisting and fabrication of the ‘facts’ by the mainstream media is only going to accelerate.

    By the way. Had the medical examiner been completely honest with his autopsy report, he would have mentioned the 50,000 or more Hostess Twinkies that Heyer had consumed during her life as being a contributing factor in her death.

    • Thanks: follyofwar
    • Replies: @WJ
  11. “Defending Robert E. Lee statues” is certainly about white supremacy. That is why the Confederate statues were put up in the first place — as part of a campaign of intimidation against Black folk, over 100 years ago.

  12. America holds political prisoners.

    And will gleefully frame you up.

    James Fields, Derek Chauvin, the list goes on…

    Be careful. Don’t be next.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch, TKK
  13. sally says:

    Elements needed to design understanding are found in descriptive art or writings.
    Content is the organization of facts and events that describe or relate a set of circumstances.
    Descriptive writing or art found in most content relates events and facts to circumstance.
    The goal of writing and art is to produce in the minds of a target audience a set of understandings.
    Mind control involves distributing content which impose intentional understanding.
    Circumstance, facts and events are manipulated to produce content.
    Fact, Event and Circumstance (FEC) variables allow content to be produced into mind control propaganda.
    Privately owned media control the narrative that is discussion or news article is about.
    Narrative Control allows contents to be selected for media distribution that supports the side of the narrative.
    FEC variables can be presented in actual, fabricated, or inverted forms..
    Inversion is a technique often present in propaganda designed to mislead an audience
    One example of inversion is found in the content in your article;
    “A viral photo from Unite the Right depicted a group of White men holding weapons and standing over
    a Black man, Harris, as he lay on the ground.
    This photo, usually provided with no context whatsoever, was exploited by the media to help contribute
    to the public impression that Unite the Right attendees were violent racists on a rampage, looking to
    brutalize any non-Whites in sight.”
    Inverted context induces wrongful public beliefs and understandings (mind control).
    A context manipulations presents as a virtual reality instead of in accord to actual reality.

  14. sally says:

    Another example of narrative control and misleading content development has been revealed at
    of changing or inverting the context, facts, and circumstances.. to produce ‘mind-control” content that can be inserted into the narratives the media insist on.

    How does the media insist on narrative? <=control over narrative is important to mind control.
    Media denies all competitive narratives access to the media.
    How does narrative impact content selection?
    Content is produced off line, it arranges & manipulates <= actual or fabricated facts, events context into a set of descriptions that produce in the mind of the audience a set of understandings, accurate or erroneous.
    Content imposes its designers intention on the minds of the media audiences.
    media owns the audience. it sells access to its audience to advertisers.
    advertisers fund the MSM when they purchase access to the audience from the media.
    The arrangement and the use of, real or fabricated facts, events and circumstances are produced into content.
    The privately owned media is guilty of narrative control which the content producer is guilty of mind control.

    The content is produced by private parties, even government hires private parties when it wishes to produce
    mind control content with public funds. .
    Also remember, most important media is owned by just six private parties, not government.
    There is a difference between the network and the media.
    The media operates over the network.

  15. @AReply

    We need a “Hate-Addled Moron” button on this site.

    • Agree: fnn
    • Replies: @gotmituns
  16. fnn says:

    The Jews don’t erect statues to honor their ancestors, so they apparently don’t understand the concept.

  17. gotmituns says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    All of the smartest people I know are Hate-Addled Morons.

    • Replies: @fnn
  18. fnn says:

    Neo-Bolshevik judges repeatedly cite the New York Times (But completely ignore the official Heaphy Report) to sustain the conviction of two pro-statue protesters who fought back against Antifa:

    The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia has ruled that the 1968 Anti-Riot Act is partially unconstitutional, yet upheld the convictions of nationalist appellants Michael Miselis and Benjamin Daley.

    Miselis and Daley pled guilty to “conspiracy to riot” charges in 2019 after engaging in self-defense against “antifa” attackers at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on August 12th, 2017. Miselis and Daley were prosecuted using the questionable and rarely used law by former US Attorney Thomas Cullen after a far-left group released a propaganda movie portraying their martial arts club, the Rise Above Movement, as a terrorist organization. Cullen’s case against the men relied heavily on “evidence” he obtained from “antifa” anarchist blogs and heavily editorialized media.

    Miselis and Daley pled due to their lack of ability to obtain a fair trial in the court of Judge Norman Moon. The Anti-Riot Act was also used to prosecute Rise Above Movement members in California, but was thrown out as unconstitutional by Judge Carmac Carney and defendants were released.

  19. fnn says:

    Yes, Lenin and Trotsky were very smart guys. The poster upthread similarly wants to complete the process of turning the US into a genocidal left-wing totalitarian dictatorship.

  20. I can tell you what happened there. I live in Virginia, twenty miles from Charlottesville. Soros and company bused in their storm troops. My friend is a state cop who had to respond… he was told to stand down by the way and let the local cops deal with it.. The buses were full of thugs and ex cons, led by a little college educated socialist with a clipboard to organize them… My friend watched the buses pull in.. park and then organize on the ground…
    Soros and Company knew what they were doing… they used it as they are using everything… George Floyd… Januayr 6… parent protesting no gender bathrooms where a little pervert assaulted a girl in Loudoun County..
    Virginia has become the epicenter for globohomo attacks on what is left of dissent by the way..

    And what does Conservative Inc do? They stand with globohomo as usual… bunch of crooked corrupt pussies…

    • Thanks: Trinity, Weaver
    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @SolontoCroesus
  21. Trinity says:

    Definition of Mitt Romney

    Mitt Romney: Son of a douchebag politician and born with a silver spoon in his mouth turn of the century politician. Although born and raised in Michigan, the pampered carpetbagger and opportunistic Romney would become the governor of far away places like Massachusetts and senator of Utah. Stereotypical elitist white traitor trash who never met a nonwhite or Jew that he didn’t want to take a knee and proceed to kiss their smelly nonwhite or Jewish feet. Like fellow turn of the century politician and fellow white traitor trash, John McCain, Romney put up a weak attempt at attempting to become POTUS against Barack “The Magic Negro” Obama. Curiously after an impressive opening debate Romney backed off and held back against the incompetent and stuttering “Magic Negro” Obama. Romney like his white traitor trash colleague McCain will go down in history as modern day Benedict Arnold to his country and to his race. Considering Romney was bought off with shekels just like McCain, perhaps he should be defined as a modern day Judas rather than a Benedict Arnold. Rather identified as a modern day Judas or Benedict Arnold, this so called devout “Mormon” will probably have a talk or two with Lucifer when the roll is called up yonder.

  22. Trinity says:
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Trump and the hapless losers known as the republiCANTS are in on it. We have been taken for a ride for DECADES by the do nothing Washington Generals known as the republican party. Good ole Ronnie Reagan, a former Hymiewood actor gave millions of illegal invaders amnesty, Richie Nixon & his Jew boss Henry Kissinger were busy building up China, The Bush clowns, do we really have to tell everyone about those two pieces of white traitor trash. And that brings us to Trump. Trump did nothing for the people railroaded in Charlottesville, he has done nothing for the people rotting in jail for the “Jan 6th insurrection,” etc. Trump and his son along with Rudy G and Mo Brooks did SET UP the people in the Jan 6th debacle. They were set up just like the Charlottesville people were set up, make no mistake about it. Trump & company provoked the people to storm the Capital and then they took off in their limos, helicopters, and watched from afar.

    The republiCANTS and demsheviks are both in on destroying this nation and the White people who built this nation.

  23. WJ says:

    It was amusing in an un-funny way, that Heyer was shown in a very old picture in which she appears to be decent looking and thin. And then , you see the pics of her at the time of her death- a land whale. 400 pounds maybe. A mass of blubber.

    • Replies: @Weaver
    , @Justin Simon
  24. Che Guava says:

    I am starting with part 1, have not finished reading, recommend it.

    In a nation where some extreme nationalists are close to political power, have to be quiet about it, but have their voices free, I have seen many interesting events.

    Most startling and unambiguously virtuous to me was the denunciation of Aum Shinrikyou, at the time still running shops in Akihabara, after two very deadly gas attack operations, Matsumoto, and the various Tokyo subway lines.

    However, that was only one group. The right here is as splintered or dead as their mainly deceased former enemies from the many Trotsky groups set up with CIA assistance in the late 1960s, early 1970s.

    Repeating myself. but one was still going, with the short version of their paper for free.

    That was, now, years ago. Now, the building has the same name, ‘Release House’, but I never see aging Trots there lately. Just sometimes, an old person entering or leaving.

    As for most of the right, a theatrical joke, and like the Trotskies, they have endless divisions, pro-or anti-USA, pro- or anti-Mishima, etc.

    Really, just as the ‘hard’ Trotsky left that is going into retirement, the fascist-looking groups are even smaller, they are almost all minuscule jokes run by the ruling LDP, probably with mob funding, too.

  25. Weaver says:

    You’ll believe what you like, but those specific statues were in no way about supremacy.

    Lee was against the war, fought to defend Virginia, tried to heal the divides after the war. You probably don’t know much about Lee.

    Stonewall broke Georgia law to teach blacks Sunday school. Neither man was seen in the way you’ve been told.

    It’s like with Iraq, Americans were told a bunch of bs, went in killed a million Iraqis, and it was all unnecessary. No one bothered to learn anything about Iraq; no one bothered to learn anything about the history of those specific statues nor of those specific men.

    Lee was widely honored by both the North and the South after the war. Only in recent years has that changed due to immigration and a bad education system.

  26. Weaver says:

    You people killed a million Iraqis. Free Palestine. How are you any different from Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, or Mao in your desire to kill millions of people?

  27. KenH says:

    Among their donors are LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, and actress Natalie Portman.

    Hoffman and Portman are Jews. Kaplan and the other lead attorney are Jews. This is a Jewish legal war against their racial and ideological enemies. This is a gross abuse of the civil court system and both the attorneys for the plaintiffs and judge should be disbarred for life and forced to pay millions of dollars in fines as a warning to other lawfare practitioners.

    Donald Trump’s original statements were balanced and he noted that the UtR protesters had a permit while the left wing terrorists and counterprotesters did not. But Trump ultimately failed us when he cucked and rolled over and signed the Congressional condemnation of “white supremacists, Nazis, KKK” instead of demanding that Congress add antifa, redneck revolt, BLM and other violent left wing organizations who were present at the UtR rally to the list.

    When James Fields was arrested he was unaware that anyone had died as a result of his actions. When the arresting police officer told him Fields began sobbing and apologizing. Not exactly the reaction of a hardened white racist and terrorist and if this fact was revealed in court it didn’t sway a hyperpartisan judge and jury who seemed to have their minds made up before the trial started.

    Charlottesville does seem to be to radioactive for Tucker to touch. It is probably due to that one unknown person (perhaps an FBI informant or undercover agent) who showed up with a brand new swastika flag. A photo was snapped and the Jewish media used that flag to define the rally.

    Let’s not forget that that hag Judge Jeannine Pirro screeched about “white supremacists” on her FOX show and just parroted the fake far left wing narrative about what happened.

    The UtR organizers and protesters tried to do everything right and yet the system still tried to destroy them. The constitution is dead and rogue left wing prosecutors and judges are increasingly using their positions to persecute their right of center/pro-white ideological opponents. The left generally is now using state power to persecute and pauperize any political opposition to their right.

    This nation no longer deserves our loyalty. Tucker can bloviate about how Chinadidit every night but he looks like a fool. The governments of China, Russia and Iran probably hate right of center white Americans far less than the Jewish occupation government of America.

    • Agree: fnn, Exile, Dingo bay rum, W
  28. Weaver says:

    She was a smoker also. I think I’ve seen a video of her walking around that day. It’s impressive, in a way, that a person could become that fat.

    Whether she was physically active or not in the past, before she became so big, is likely significant to her poor health. She was young. Even if she’d lost weight rapidly like Sam Francis, the damage to her body was done.

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
  29. Political sites like the far leftist Yahoo, continue to lie about the events at Charlottesville, even as the Unz review shines a different light on the details of what really happened there. Leftist forums are intent on lies. It’s a joke when a site pretends to elaborate on the event and has no counter elaboration from people who were there. Yahoo, like many others simply leaves a one sided impression, on purpose and therefore is just another toxic place to receive information from. Note the Orwellian message at the bottom of each story on Yahoo———————-

    Our goal is to create a safe an engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions.

  30. Political sites like the far leftist Yahoo, continue to lie about the events at Charlottesville, even as the Unz review shines a different light on the details of what really happened there. Leftist forums are intent on lies. It’s a joke when a site pretends to elaborate on the event and has no counter elaboration from people who were there. Yahoo, like many others simply leaves a one sided impression, on purpose and therefore is just another toxic place to receive information from. Note the Orwellian message at the bottom of each story on Yahoo———————-

    Our goal is to create a safe an engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve to improve “our” community experience, we are “temporarily” suspending article commenting. (Yahoo has suspended commenting for around two years now. LOL) These folks are either the biggest liars in the world or just plain DEMENTED. AND WEIRD.

  31. @Weaver

    Dumbass, Americans were LIED into The Iraq War by organized jewry.

    I went to an anti-war protest back then and there were thousands of people.

    You might want to note, dipshit, that the jews have been pushing for war with Iran for a long time, but now people have figured out what they are doing and are unwilling to cooperate.

    In fact, it’s this unwillingness to cooperate that facilitated the obedience training known as “covid.”

    They fear they are losing their grip so they are going all out now to gain total control.

    By the way, your list of bad guys is stupid and inaccurate because one name stands out for having fought AGAINST a communist takeover.

  32. @Robert Dolan

    I guess you didn’t see who he was talking to.

    • Thanks: Weaver
  33. Trinity says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Anytime someone mentions Hitler as a “bad guy,” you can bet the house that person is PART OF THE PROBLEM AND NOT THE SOLUTION. Either that or they are just another hasbra troll.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  34. @Robert Dolan

    One thing I’m thankful President Trump did was expose people like Mitt Romney and John McCain. I now realize my entire voting-life, there really was no choice, just the uni-party.


    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  35. Weaver says:
    @Robert Dolan

    I didn’t reply to you. Why did you call me a “dipshit”? I’m supposed to look it up in the urban dictionary?

    Oh, you’re angry I mentioned Hitler, lol. If you would calmly look at whom I’m replying to. Law one of “Stalking the Wild Taboo”: Never go after more than one taboo at a time.

    If I had instead replied to the good gentleman antifa that Hitler was all sorts wonderful, would that have been effective? What do we know of antifa? They are uneducated, unbalanced, violent, stupid, and ironically serve the government and corporate elite.

    4th Gen War: The little people are struggling politically against an elite. We have common cause, but the elite divides us. The left hate many of the things the right hates. Why not remind the Antifa clowns that the right is more against the elite than they are?

    There are other reasons behind my comment, but it is just not a bad comment.

  36. Weaver says:

    Look at my reply and whom I’m replying to.

    • Thanks: Trinity
  37. Among the hundreds of white militias and individuals listed and banned by Facebook, Burn Loot Murder (BLM) and their white wigger soyboys Antifa, received not one mention after burning, looting Murdering and raping dozens of cities across the nation, causing billions in damage and unspecified covered up killings.

    As the Illegitimate Biden Regime and it’s despicable anti white CultMarx communist, CRT pushing modern day Gastopo SS administration of 2SLGBBTQQIAPWXYZ+ (Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked), declares war on whites, they forgot to do the math, not realizing there are over a hundred million potential patriot warriors waiting in the wings for call to arms.

    Let’s get this over with before we are no more.

  38. fnn says:

    That is one of those topics where Wikipedia is promotes the mainstream narrative and is unreliable. Anyone interested in the incident should also check out these articles:

  39. @Weaver

    She was recorded with a pack of Newports in her hand, and was seemingly never without one.

    As far as doxing goes, Jack “Pale Horse” Corbin (Daniel William McMahon) et al. did a pretty good job of i.d.-ing some of the actually violent antifa footsoldiers. Of course he was arrested on some speculative charges and may well still be in jail, info is hard to get.
    He stayed out of jail for a surprisingly long time, because the communists had initially set the hounds on somebody else who had nothing to do with it. They had to issue several no doubt heartfelt apologies and retractions.

    I dunno, the antifa are continually breaking tons of hapless eggs like that, but somehow never get their omelette made. Bikelock Prof from Berzerkley is a free man, I believe.
    And Gaige Grosskreutz, another antifa “medic”, is suing Kyle for shooting his gun-arm near off.

    There’s a moral in there somewhere, but for the life of me ..

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
  40. Weaver says:
    @Robert Dolan

    I’ve talked with you some at this site.

    I’ve likely been in vastly more debates than you, arguing from within all sorts of groups and not even hiding my views. People generally like my policy views, except on immigration and race. I can win over or at least cause most anyone to see people like me as human.

    The only scenario where my comment didn’t appeal to that guy is if he’s Jewish. I don’t know if you live in a cave, but modern US-European society is, in a sense, founded on the Holocaust, founded against Hitler. I couldn’t have excluded him from my comment without creating a different impression.

    The guy’s understanding of history is likely just that whites harmed Amerindians, whites enslaved blacks, Hitler killed Jews, whites did segregation and opposed Civil Rights, colonialism, etc. Those are the sort of things kids are taught. They know nothing else. They use drugs, have short attention spans, and I have to break their brainwashing with a comment.

    If I can get him to talk to me, I can, at least sometimes, influence him. It doesn’t matter his ethnicity or religion; it actually matters more that he be open-minded and capable of reasoning. I just need to get people to interact with me. My way of debating is very honest, too.

  41. @Expletive Deleted

    Oops the would-be assassin (he was planning to record the boy’s murder on his phone, close-up) is suing Kenosha city, county and police. I suppose they have deeper pockets.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  42. It would be easier if we just resorted to mob rule, tribe against tribe, patriots against turncoats.
    The first to go would be local state and federal employees top to bottom, followed by gangs, thugs, black militias and drug cartel rats.
    We could have America 2.0 back up and running within a year if it were led by real patriot leaders.
    What has led us for the past 100 years have been apologists, criminals, and pay to play sellouts, selling America out for pennies to the dollar.
    Importing 40-50 million within a short time proves that have no regard to our safety, well-being, prosperity and pursuit of happiness.

    It’s time they start looking over their shoulder and become the hunted.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @Weaver
  43. @Stonewall Jackson

    Jewish takeover of Charlottesville began years before Aug 2017.

    Miller Center used to be an exciting place for stimulating debate. Now Philip Zelikow has major influence there.

    Charlottesville is a county seat and a magnet for lawyers, many from University of Virginia’s law school.
    But now, a zionist Jew heads one of the largest and most influential firms in the City.
    His father is head of some judge’s selection committee in Richmond.
    No wonder the Defendants in Roberta Kaplan’s lawsuit were unable to find a lawyer in C’ville: they’re all scared s**tless of losing their firms, careers, next case before a Jewish-owned judge.

    Folks in Charlottesville watched it happen — New York emptied its trash down Rte. 29 — up around Stanardsville, Scots-Irish had bumper-stickers: “We don’t give a damn how you do it in NY.”
    Now it’s happening in Florida: don’t be fooled by DeSantis: he’s just as rambunctious as the Jews in charge let him be.

    DeSantis [pictured with Sheldon Adelson], who took office in January, has promised to be “the most pro-Israel governor in America,“ and the Israel trip, his first trade mission as governor, is part of a Republican appeal to the state‘s Jewish voters going into the 2020 presidential

    Gov. DeSantis signs Holocaust, Ocoee Massacre education bill

    • Replies: @Stonewall Jackson
  44. Dystopian says:

    Good luck voting against him. The only plausible explanation for why a RINO carpetbagger like Romney winning a first primary in Utah is voter fraud. I doubt Dominion will let him loose the next one unless some major changes are made in the electoral system.

  45. @CelestiaQuesta

    It’s actually far worse than you imagine.

    The elite consciously planned the socially engineered ethnic cleansing of white Christian people.

    It’s not that they have “no regard for our safety.” The truth is that they are brutally malicious.

    They HATE us and their actions reveal this fact.

    We are facing a future of not simply being a minority, but because of constant jewish propaganda we will be a HATED minority.

    Aware of history, they know very well that immigration can be used as a weapon.

    My niece (in California) brought home an assignment on Thomas Jefferson. The school material says that he was a racist slave owner, that he hated black people, and that he raped Sally Hemmings at age 15. The material insinuates that Jefferson was a pedophile, and informs us that an underage slave girl could not have given consent for sex.

    So….it’s not enough for organized jewry to simply take political power away from us…..they have an unquenchable need to humiliate us…..brand us as evil… goad non-whites to slaughter us and feel justified about it!

    CRT is purely blood libel against white people.

    I never thought I would see such things in my lifetime.

    A white man’s daughter gets raped in the school bathroom by a tranny….the man complains and the cops arrest him as if he’s the bad guy.

    Black kid shoots four people at school, gets released from jail the next day.


    How long can this shit go on?

    • Replies: @KenH
    , @Weaver
  46. @Weaver

    Oh….sorry about that.

    I got that all wrong.

    I would delete my comment if that were possible.

    I thought you were shitting on white people and I have a hair trigger for that.


    • Replies: @Weaver
  47. Weaver says:
    @Expletive Deleted

    Kyle is different. He has a chance of being vindicated. Too many in the US hate Charlottesville. The latter are not seen as human in the US. No rights.

    The positive is abuse has never been against normies like it is today. “Worse is better” might wake more people up. I don’t know what the future holds, but I like how many are watching Tucker now. Jan 6 is a disaster for the elite also; they cant find a crime, wakes normies up. I don’t want to write a list of positives, but I think the elite are overreacting now.

    There are some negative trends as well. Conservatives must be separated from Zionism. It is a losing issue. Also, conservatives are too focused on abortion and drugs. It’s better to focus on material benefits (like higher market wages) and cutting foreign policy. Drugs are very bad, but it’s more important to stop mass immigration, if that makes sense. It would be ideal to send pot to the states to decide, but conservatives tend to want to ban it at the federal level. Abortion, the left is obviously far too extreme with its pro choice position, but a fully pro life position, though it makes sense from European tradition, is also too extreme. A baby with Down Syndrome can’t be diagnosed currently until 13 weeks or so. And there’s a second test at 20. Just to give an example.

    Put another way, we need to manage how the left reacts, form coalitions, focus on results. We might be able to fully ban immigration if lucky.

  48. Weaver says:

    If society breaks down into Mad Max, it might turn out as you say, but there’s no way to bring that about. Antifa believe they want the same thing, although they also demand free housing, lol.

    People should work, save, have families, learn to protect them. If society collapses, be ready. If it doesn’t, then make the most of life.

    Antifa have powerful benefactors. No one supports whites. We’re like border tribes resisting Rome, weak. We reject Rome’s money, its corruption. Israel was able to use anarchy, Kurds use anarchy, but they have support. No one supports us.

    Everyone knows the Right Sector or whatever groups in Ukraine are going to be betrayed and crushed by the US, right? They are weak. We are weak. It’s not the end of the world, but we can’t behave like Antifa.

    Your argument is that as time passes, demographics only get worse, but what I’m saying is there’s not even an option of mob rule currently. Just work and save like a normie. But be different, have many kids.

  49. Weaver says:
    @Robert Dolan

    No worries then. I wrote too much in reply.

    I didn’t want an apology, just didn’t want you seeing me as an enemy. You and those who respect you are useful for history info. So, I certainly don’t want a black mark from you.

  50. KenH says:
    @Robert Dolan

    A white man’s daughter gets raped in the school bathroom by a tranny….the man complains and the cops arrest him as if he’s the bad guy.

    Yesterday I found a jewtube video of the father from a local TV station that was pretty fair to him. The father said when he showed up at the school after the incident the police officer would not let him in because he had forgotten his ID. He kept insisting to be let in to the school but they eventually called in heavily armed police……on the father. Then they treated him like a criminal at the school board meeting when he tried to explain what had happened to his daughter and challenge the bathroom policy.

    The corrupt school principal and school administrators were and are still protecting the cross dressing student who has now raped two girls.

  51. This is all very nice but, come on, name the Jewish Power.

    That immigrant-whore ‘journalist’ is nothing but a proxy lapdog of Jewish Power that controls the media and push mass immigration leading to White Nakba.

  52. In the Jewish-Supremacist US, it’s always a game of who/whom.

    BLM and Antifa could burn down cities because they did the bidding of Jewish Power.

    And ‘climate’ activists can do this because the ‘green energy’ oligarchs aim to make tons of money from the climate scare… as well as gain control over every facet of our lives.

    Mob violence is, as often as not, a tool of the powerful. So, Red Guards could ‘rebel’ and attack people in China. So, Kristallnacht was allowed to happen by the Power in National Socialist Germany.

    US is ruled by Jews, and they get to decide which mob violence is okay, which is nokay.

  53. Charlottesville didn’t need to happen to provide the optics to compel Jews and their dupes to mobilize a genocide against whites. It was already going full blast.

    The Jews got a lot on their plates. Rearranging the racial mix of the world. Perhaps they have enlisted the help of Russia and China for this task.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  54. S says:

    There’s a little noted perfect irony in this somewhat symbolic battle royale (albeit heavily rigged in the radical Left’s favor) between ‘Left’ and ‘Right’, Capitalists and Communists, taking place in Charlottesville.

    In life, Charlottesville was Thomas Jefferson’s hometown, and in death, his burial place.*

    The irony here is that Jefferson was both a Founding Father of the 1776 American proto-Capitalist Revolution (via his authorship of The US Declaration of Independence) and a Founding Father of the 1789 French proto-Communist Revolution (via his 1984 O’Brien like collaboration with Lafayette in the writing of that Revolution’s seminal Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen).

    The 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen was:

    ‘Inspired by Enlightenment philosophers, the Declaration was a core statement of the values of the French Revolution…The Declaration was originally drafted by the Marquis de Lafayette, in consultation with Thomas Jefferson.’

    After observing the murderousness of the French Revolution, Jefferson would indeed grasps that ‘millions and millions’ would meet untimely ends, in some small part due to his own handiwork. In regards to the French Revolution and its expected future Red sequels, Jefferson wrote of the:

    ‘enormities which demoralised the nations of the world, and destroyed, and is yet to destroy millions and millions of it’s inhabitants.”

    Information like this, provided they are aware of it, should cause ‘true believers’ in the Capitalist vs Communist, Right vs Left dialectic, to seriously question their beliefs and assumptions.

    That they don’t demonstrates the power of the Big Lie.

    *To be precise, Jefferson is buried at Monticello, just outside the city limits.

  55. Weaver says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Until rich Jews and rich whites are affected. My dad is completely happy with the US. Most people are.

    I think people can fight back though. “Arabs are people too; stop the white supremacist Israeli Holocaust of Arab children” is my favorite. Also, Jews traded slaves.

    It clearly doesn’t work to just say that there’s no evidence Jefferson, who wrote about a smell barrier between the races, raped his slaves.

    Amerindians were cannibals, had slaves, warred constantly. Regular white people are struggling with this now. So, they’ll start picking this up. The rainbow coalition needs to be broken up. It is currently united against whites.

    Many of these new immigrant groups hate each other, and some like the Japanese, Koreans, Vietnamese, and Cubans actually like whites, some anyway. Jews bomb Muslims, terrorize and starve Latinos, import them into the US —> instant anti-whites.

    Whites must stop supporting Israel and war. We need to be the good guys to win this. Nonwhites also want handouts. It doesn’t look good that whites say no while Jews promise free everything. That’s why I like UBI as better than government programs. UBI at least empowers individuals. Government welfare just creates dependence, enslavement.

  56. Weaver says:
    @Smashed Squash

    It was a mistake, but it didn’t change anything. One guy who was there wrote that he’d never hold a rally in a Democratic city again. He felt like it was a setup. He also seemed concerned donations had been reduced; I guess because of PayPal and other persecution. He seemed to blame Trump for that last part, but I believe Trump was a good thing on the whole.

    It would be good to reveal Charlottesville for what it is, but it’s almost never mentioned currently. Andy Ngo’s book on Antifa is golden and far more widely read. He might one day comment on Charlottesville. He tries to be pro Jewish, but he also tries to be stereotypically “right wing,” almost as if he’s catering to an audience. So, maybe one day he’ll pick up Charlottesville if he realizes Antifa was behind it.

  57. GeneralRipper [AKA "James McLaren"] says:

    What Really Happened at Charlottesville?

    A bunch of White guys who still believed in the Historic American Nation got set up, and hopefully figured out that almost the entirety of their “government” has been subverted by Marxist ideologues (and their Minority pets) who hate them.

  58. @SolontoCroesus

    You must be from the area, brother… since you know the places. Yes New York is dumping its trash all over Virginia.. My family goes back to Jamestown and I can’t stand the state now…

  59. KenH says:

    There’s no reason why Jason Kessler should not have been granted a media platform to provide his side of the story. But thanks to Jewish ownership of the media and their their political power and influence any people or groups with political creeds they find objectionable are completely unpersoned and have the law weaponized against them. Even worse, Jews have gaslight a large part of the country into believing that pro-whites don’t have the right to even exist on account of their beliefs.

    In short, Jewish elites decide which groups have basic civil liberties and to what degree and which groups don’t. Blacks are now atop the American shit heap and treated as a master race who can do no wrong (unless they upset Jews, of course).

    It’s time that pro-whites never forgive and never forget if and when we ever regain power. I will relish the day when we hunt down Jewish elites around the world and drag them back the the U.S. for sham trials like they’ve been hunting “Nazis” since the end of WWII.

    • Agree: mark green
    • Replies: @Weaver
  60. Roberta Kaplan’s response when asked what she hoped to achieve with the suit:

    We absolutely can and will bankrupt these groups. And then we will chase these people around for the rest of their lives. So if they try to buy a new home, we will put a lien on the home. If they get a new job, we will garnish their wages. The reason to do that is because we want to create a deterrence impact. So we send a message to other people that if you try to do something like this, the same thing will happen to you.

    This is a perversion of the legal process by extremely wealthy groups. It is high time that IFA and others who use these tactics were charged under the Racketeering and Corrupt Organizations Act.

  61. geokat62 says:

    Even an ADL representative acknowledged: “I cannot think of another incident to which the backlash has been nearly so widespread.”

    How ironic to get a statement like that from an ADL representative.

    I say that because there is ample evidence the ADL was heavily involved in collaborating with the FBI months in advance of Charlottesville rally.

    The ADL apparently had online monitors tracking conversations among the UTR planners.

    My sense is that together with the FBI, the ADL developed a detailed step-by-step plan detailing how the events were to unfold on that fateful day.

    I’m talking about how the police would force the marchers into the waiting hordes of antifa, the doxing and prosecution of rally goers, the media demonisation of so-called white supremacists, etc.

    Every last detail was meticulously planned. Nothing was left to chance.

    Jewish Supremacists at the ADL and other JSOs were praying for a moment like this and their prayers were answered.

  62. @KenH

    Haven’t been able to ascertain the race of the cross-dressing rapist.
    Any leads?

    • Replies: @KenH
  63. @Dystopian

    Utah resident and recovering former Republican precinct chair comments:

    Mitt Romney was propelled to the senate by the mostly geriatric segment of the Orthodox Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) population who voted for him because of his profession of that religion.

    Pretty much the same crew Orrin Hatch mobilized to the precinct caucus meetings in the spring of 2012 hoping to commit delegates for the state Republican convention. Hatch didn’t win a 60% majority at the convention so had to face an opponent in the June primary, which he handily won.

    Hatch had learned his lesson from the demise of sitting Senator Bob Bennet in the party caucuses and state Republican convention of 2010.

    Mike Lee ended Bennett’s self described Senate “career,” and the big money Utah power brokers took notice.

    Candidate access to primary elections is now assured by hiring canvassers to secure petition signatures, lack of support from delegates to the convention is no longer a hindrance

    I think the vote counting is manipulated in Utah, but the PTB didn’t need it in Romney’s case.

  64. Weaver says:

    Blacks do attack Jews. It gets covered up a bit, to preserve the supposed alliance.

    • Replies: @KenH
  65. Anon[100] • Disclaimer says:

    Why would whites spend HUGE money erecting elaborate statues to intimidate blacks? Do you even know a black person? Blacks are easily intimidated and frightened, which explains many stereotypes of their behaviors. Vaudeville used to caricature blacks as easily spooked, they are highly superstitious, they use group style attacks because of fear, etc.

    No statues were not erected by the UDC to “intimidate blacks”

    Oh and the UDC is mainly who erected a lot of them. How many women do you know going around trying to intimidate blacks? Its not their character. Women try to have peace at all costs.

  66. What times we live in.

    Obscene Dave Chapelle is a hero to ‘conservatives’, and commissars of Jewish Power are a bunch of mental cases.

  67. A lot of the comments seem to have lost sight that as long as lawsuits go on the chances are good that the right will be vindicated. Remember the right had the.parade permit its that simple. They can scream and yell, we had the right to legally protest. Evidence will mount showing the police criminally formenting the riot. Now to the solution. We need a counter force to antfa commies and the blm apes. I don’t need advice from anglin ,spencer or hunter these boys ran to the hills after the so called riot. And the comments you get from priss.,trinity weaver and dolan add nothing to find a solution. ken h seems to know. whats going on. We need something like the browns shirts even if they have khaki pants.

    • Replies: @WSG
  68. WSG says:
    @Dingo bay rum

    You seem to imply that the legal system gives the first shit about right and wrong. You’re sorely delusional.

  69. Heather Heyer is the true hero of this savage and brutal display of white supremacy. Her bravery and compassion will never be forgotten. Her deliberate murder at the blood soaked hands of a known fascist and KKK member as she stood hand in hand with Blacks, womyn, LGBTQAI2S and POC against the forces of the one true evil- the white cis male systemic hate machine- will stand forever as a symbol of the boot crushing hatred of the white race for POC and LGBTQAI2S and of the eternal love, bravery and intelligence of those who stand against this vile hatred.

  70. @WJ

    Your understanding of events is a joke. Heather Heyer was a beautiful woman and had a genius level IQ. She was a leader in the LGBTQAI2S community and had a brilliant future until she was brutally and deliberately murdered at the hands of a psychopathic white cis male who was a neo- nazi and a KKK member.

    • LOL: WSG
  71. @Justin Simon

    1. Any white woman who sacrifices herself should first visit Detroit & see what a society without the white patriarchy is like.

    2. The problem with “Persons of Color” is that the Mestizos & Blacks dislike one another so such a rainbow coalition won’t work & when it does it is only because of a white Spanish or Italian dictator as we saw in Cuba or Guatemala.

    3. Speaking of POC socialism look at Venezuela. That’s what happens when the indigenous get socialism & the Left overcomes the right-wing pale Hispanic elite propped up by Washington.

    4. If you want to experience vile hatred as a white woman than go to the nearest “trap house” to see what happens to white girls who have become addicted to crack cocaine (Meth & Heroin are controlled by white dealers for some reason). They are gang-banged, pimped & finally killed.

    5. The eternal love is what you see in Brazil where a bunch of mixed-bloods run around reproducing like dumpster cats & orphaned children run around the alleys like stray dogs as a result of unchecked animalistic hypersexual reproduction from which all constraints of human relationships have been removed…squads of police death squads shoot the orphaned children like stray dogs.


    The final display of White Supremacy, coming soon, will be when the upper class whites flee the USA as they did South Africa.

    The POC will be trapped with their 5 out-of-wedlock kids they had starting at age 15 & no money

  72. geokat62 says:
    @Justin Simon

    Heather Heyer is the true hero of this savage and brutal display of white supremacy.

    Jonathan Greenblatt is that you?

    • LOL: mark green
  73. KenH says:

    Blacks do attack Jews. It gets covered up a bit, to preserve the supposed alliance.

    Yes, I’m aware but like you said it gets covered up since blacks are still useful tools in the Jewish war against whites. At some point blacks will get discarded like trash but I don’t know when that time will come.

    But I really meant when blacks imperil Jewish interests. You’ll notice that BLM is totally silent on the Jewish question unlike the NOI. BLM is essentially run from behind the scenes by a Jewish terrorist named Susan Rosenberg and its really she who sets the BLM agenda.

  74. KenH says:
    @Complex Pseudonymic Handle

    Haven’t been able to ascertain the race of the cross-dressing rapist.
    Any leads?

    Not that I’m aware of but I’ve been wondering that myself and tend to think that’s why the racial identity of the male cross dressing student is a state secret since he may not be white. But white boys are capable of doing wacky stuff so who really knows?

  75. @Marcaurelius

    The civil war was not about slavery dumbass.

  76. @Justin Simon

    Magnificent trollopacalypse!
    If I were a notzee. that’s what I’d sperg out like. Must be genuine.

    The fat, rotten-hearted, incipiently-diabetic, chain-smoking cow was decked at the (invisible) pointy end of a multivehicle shunt. A bit. (There are pictures, don’t start screeching).
    Even Steve Davis couldn’t have snookered it better. Newtonian genius.

    And was then beaten to death by strangely inept antifa “medics”.
    You know, the sort who suddenly materialise in (not too bad) cars, and on skateboards and bikes immediately after, and even during any communist street murder/hit.
    Which is why all the loose brass is policed. And the dying mark never makes it even to the legit paramedics.

    You really ought to pay a bit more attention to these “medics”. But I suppose you won’t be told.

  77. @Marcaurelius

    And now blax are whining about Jefferson, Lincoln and Washington.

    Trying to please the most spoiled and pampered blax on earth is a lost cause.

    Whites can never be rid of their two main parasites: Jlax and Bews.

  78. A statue of Hippo Heyer would be indestructible.

  79. “We want an injunction to keep them from ever destroying more evidence like this again and we want them to recognize that these text messages are public documents and they need to change their practices forever because of this situation. We’re [also] asking for the judge to order them to hire an electronic forensics firm to go over their hard drives, their phones, with a fine-tooth comb”

    On the Jan 6th Capitol tapes, guards can be seen waving people into the Capitol building through open doors. One can be heard saying, “I don’t agree with it”.

    All communications of the Capitol police command center and FBI on that day should be preserved and forensically examined. Who gave what orders, and when did they give them.

  80. While we’re at it, let’s not forget the role played by Brian Moran, McAuliffe crony and Virginia Secretary of Public Safety.

  81. Curle says:

    That’s rich coming from a follower of child rapist and banking fraudster Joseph Smith.

  82. @fnn

    One side is racist,bigoted,Nazi and supports American ideals of freedom of speech,freedom to assemble,freedom of the press and freedom of association and the other side opposes racism,bigotry, AND freedom of speech,freedom to assemble,freedom of the press and freedom of association by ordinary Americans on behalf of the U.S. government and its jewish donor class using unprovoked violent terrorism against largely peaceful demonstrations by LARGELY PEACEFUL Nazis and White Nationalists who simply want a better life for their children and the continuing existence of sacred American principles of freedom.

    Morally,AND LEGALLY, different universes.

  83. @Marcaurelius

    The Reconstruction was a campaign of intimidation,putting up Confederate statues was a way of people honoring their local heroes.

    White Southerners never wanted blacks to live among them to be intimidated in the first place,dumbass. That’s why they had separate drinking fountains and bathrooms,separate courtrooms,separate schools.

    In order to see statues of Confederate soldiers in the first place,they’d have to be in a White neighborhood they didn’t belong in where the statues were put up before blacks took those areas over and started whining that evidence that White people once lived in the areas that blacks VIOLENTLY INVADED was standing there in the form of statues.

    You know,people talk about “white fragility”,if what you are saying is true and blacks are “intimidated” by pieces of stone or brass, then they are,indisputably, the biggest pussies on the planet.

    Also,I would like for you to even ATTEMPT to make the moral,legal, or ethical argument for why White people shouldn’t be supreme in THE COUNTRY THAT WHITE PEOPLE FOUNDED. Please make that retarded,convoluted,baseless and indefensible argument to me. I need a good laugh.

    NO ONE IS CLAIMING WHITE PEOPLE HAVE AN EQUAL CONNECTION TO OR AN EQUAL SHARE OF OR EQUAL RIGHT TO EXERCISE AUTHORITY OVER ANY ASIAN,AFRICAN,ARAB,OR LATINO COUNTRY. Not even the people (you) who claim all of these people have a right to come to and control OUR COUNTRIES. At best you’re a hypocrite. AT BEST. Any argument that you make that White people shouldn’t have supremacy in America STARTS from the position that you advocate for a hypocritical scenario where non-Whites have their own countries but all White countries are for everyone.

  84. @Priss Factor

    All true except for this part:”So, Kristallnacht was allowed to happen by the Power in National Socialist Germany”.

    Kristallnacht happened without Adolf Hitler’s knowledge or approval and when he found out about it,he called the SA idiots and had them punished for it.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  85. geokat62 says:

    Excerpt from, Charlottesville trial to begin Monday with Jews leading the charge against ‘Unite the Right’ organizers:

    When the trial of two dozen alt-right organizers of the “Unite the Right” rally begins in Charlottesville on Monday, Jews, among those targeted in the extremist gathering, will be watching closely. But they are also key players in the case.

    Two Jewish women are the lead attorneys representing the lawsuit’s plaintiffs. And another Jewish woman, perhaps the most famous living historian of the Holocaust, Deborah Lipstadt, will take the witness stand.

  86. @AbrahamSteinblattbaumstein

    Crystal Night was a move by Hitler and Himmler to concentrate power into the hands of the SS by discrediting the SA. Goebbels was used as a dupe who made calls to the SA men rallying them for a midnight riot. Once it was done Hitler and Himmler disassociated themselves from the whole thing and used this as a basis for stripping the last bit of power away from the SA. The SA had originally been set back in the Night of the Long Knives. But the moves made by Hitler in 1937-8 to strip the army of power had allowed the SA to come back. The Night of Broken Glass was the final maneuver against them in favor of the SS.

    • Disagree: SolontoCroesus
  87. @karlos

    Fact check: FALSE

    Kinda strange that the summary of the hegemonic false narrative of this incident to which you link contains exactly zero photos, and zero video, of Harris’ vicious assault on his innocent victim — when both are widely available. For example: Here’s a video of Deandre’s murderous, premeditated assault with a deadly weapon on his innocent, unsuspecting victim:

    Note that Deandre’s accomplice, who attempts a strong-arm robbery of their victim — distracting him while Harris attempts to murder him — is none other than the notorious flamethrower terrorist, Corey Long.

    Here’s Long and Harris sneaking up on their intended victim from behind shortly before their murderous attack:

    Perhaps Deandre has some sort of strange vision problem that requires the use of a Maglite in order to see properly — at noon, in August, in Virginia? But the flashlight doesn’t seem to be turned on — and he’s carrying in in exactly the same manner that his partner in crime is carrying his club. Clearly a premeditated, unprovoked attack by these two BLM terrorists on the innocent peaceful protester.

  88. @Weaver

    [follyofwar] Even Heather Heyer’s mother, if I recall correctly, said that her (obese) daughter died from a heart attack.
    Yes, heart attack, unless the news story was wrong.

    The story was correct — as far as it goes. Her mom definitely did say something along those lines — I think it’s at about 0:40 in this:

    But … the whole “Heyer’s death wasn’t actually caused by the car accident, but by a heart attack” is not really a useful narrative regardless of her mother’s opinion. If you think about it for a moment, what her mother said about what some unknown person told her about the cause of death — at a point prior to the release of the autopsy — has near-zero probative value in establishing the actual cause of death.

    For that, we might want to look at something like… maybe the actual autopsy report? And that seems pretty clear:

    “Complete transection of the thoracic aorta” — yeah that’s what’s known as an injury that is “incompatible with life.” Along with a bunch of other injuries consistent with severe blunt trauma. And Heyer’s DNA on the car, the fire captain’s on-scene assessment of her injuries, etc..

    Could they have faked all of that? Sure. Is it a winning argument to claim that they did, especially when so many other aspects of the hegemonic narrative are so easily disproven*? Absolutely not.

    *There was very little national coverage of the show trial itself — the major national narrative promotion agencies mostly just reported the verdict, skipping over the details of exactly how the sausage was made. The only in-depth coverage was local. And even that can be hard to find — the original of the NBC29 link above is now gone; had to pull up an archive.

  89. What crap whether blaming media or blaming politicians like Romney and McA. We all knew it was in “defense” of a Lee statue. We also all knew Lee was a traitor and deserved no honorifics and that most such statues were NOT put u during Reconstruction out of southern pride but out of stubborn, obstinate ignorance during the rise of civil rights in the 1950’s and 1960’s. It was protest to LBJ and MLK bringing legislation PROTECTING rights about then – you know – the rights of people who’d ACTUALLY been politically disenfranchised, not a bunch fragile white puzzies whining about a statue.

    McAuliffe telling Nazis and White Nationalists to go home is not HIS right of free speech and his duty since he also cited the risk to public safety. He was right about that, wasn’t he? Contrast that with the stupid excuses that he should have been mute because not ALL of them were out of state and not EVERYONE there “defending” the statue. That’s one impressive piece of illogic and rationalization. He was clearly saying outside racist agitators aren’t welcome and we can see why. Because of media we also all knew that there were “very fine people on both sides” at least, according to Trump so let’s not pretend that we didn’t know that many of not most UtR participants were as rabidly racist or antisemitic as some of your commentators here. Many were just historically clueless dolts siding with the losing traitorous side to keep “honoring” Leem the head loser and traitor. They’re still not heroes and how “fine” they are is debatable.

    Of course you didn’t even claim to know what percentage of UtR were outsiders or blatant racists but we DO know that the organizer Kessler is a white nationalist and since the rally included other organizers and groups like the Stormer Book Clubs (SBCs) of the neo-Nazi news website The Daily Stormer, The Right Stuff, the National Policy Institute, and four groups that form the Nationalist Front: the neo-Confederate League of the South and Identity Dixie, the neo-Nazi groups Traditionalist Worker Party, Vanguard America, and the National Socialist Movement. and also involved in the rally were the Ku Klux Klan (specifically the Loyal White Knights and the Confederate White Knights branches), the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights, the neo-nazi White supremacist group Identity Evropa (since rebranded as the ‘American Identity Movement’), the Southern California-based fight club Rise Above Movement, the American Guard, the Detroit Right Wings – who were condemned by the Detroit Red Wings NHL team for their use of the team’s logo, True Cascadia, the Canada-based ARM (Alt-Right Montreal) and Hammer Brothers, and Anti-Communist Action …. it is an pathetic and absurd and obvious lie to suggest that it wasn’t that much of a White Nationalist rally, it was just about historical preservation.

    After all that, how much room would be left for your very fine people who were native Virginans? Not much.

    No, the media mostly got it right at least far more so than disingenuous you did as low a bar as that may be and the kind of ugliness in the people following you here is also testament to vast stupidity and hatefulness. including the insults aimed at the woman who was run down by an avowed white nationalist racist. So add him to the long list of racists above as well.

    Whining about the Antifa because they were unpermitted and some were violent is a bit like complaining that Allies of WWII fought too violently against the H-man’s Nazis. Pick a lane, loser. It looks to me that the people you and your sycophantic followers value most here would have been in Adolf’s camp.

    McA is mostly right that there’s no place for you in America, or shouldn’t be, but he wasn’t suggesting a pogrom of elimination of your pathetic neo-N minority, either. No, that would be more the speed of you and your followers if these comments are any indication.

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