The #UniteTheRight participants came to Charlottesville to hold a big rally in Lee Park. We had to get a federal court order to be allowed to hold our demonstration. It should have been a peaceful weekend. Obviously, there is a reason why Charlottesville became another Berkeley.
The Charlottesville police stood around and did nothing while violent Antifa were allowed to attack the #UniteTheRight demonstration with pepper spray, mace, acid, bags of urine and feces, bricks, tear gas, clubs, bats and even an improvised flamethrower. Antifa were allowed to blockade all entrances to Lee Park and jump isolated individuals as they tried to enter our area. After Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued his “state of emergency,” Antifa were allowed to attack our people dispersing to their vehicles who have been charged with crimes for defending themselves and others.
Why were violent Antifa allowed to continue to rally in the other parks in Charlottesville after the “state of emergency” had been declared? Why were they allowed to illegally parade through the streets and disrupt traffic? Why weren’t the streets blocked off like they were supposed to be? Why did James Fields Jr. drive into that crowd? What is his side of the story?
The recent events in Boston, Laguna Beach, Phoenix and Berkeley point toward the answer. In all of these cases, Antifa were violent and rioted and were met with varying degrees of police response. In Boston, 2,000 Antifa attacked the police with feces and urine. In Laguna Beach, Antifa were restrained by police who dispersed them after declaring an unlawful assembly. In Phoenix, Antifa rioted after President Trump’s speech and attacked his supporters returning to their vehicles.
It really all goes back to Berkeley though. It was Berkeley that incubated and gave birth to leftwing political violence and ignited the Alt-Right reaction to it. Berkeley is a super progressive college town where violent Antifa have been given carte blanche by the police to attack Trump supporters. Charlottesville, which Mayor Mike Signer went so far as to declare the “Capital of the Resistance,” is another super progressive college town.
It doesn’t take Matlock to figure out what happened in Charlottesville on August 12. In Berkeley, the combination of Antifa violence and the willingness of the police to stand down led to the horrific violence we saw this weekend against Trump supporters. We’ve seen the same sort of violence in Ferguson where the Democrat governor allowed Ferguson to burn. We saw it in Baltimore where Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake gave violent activists “space to destroy.”
If the #UniteTheRight demonstration had been held in Lynchburg, VA an hour to the south of Charlottesville, there would have been no violence. Unlike the Charlottesville Police, the Lynchburg Police would have done their jobs like the police in Pikeville, KY. The reason this happened and continues to happen is because progressive cities have been cowed into submission by militant anarchist and social justice activists and are unwilling to maintain law and order.
Emily Gorcenski proclaimed Charlottesville to be the “Capital of Antifa.” After what we saw in Charlottesville, we are inclined to agree. The police stood down and ceded the streets to violent anarchists. No one who lives in Charlottesville, VA and is rightwing should feel safe. You’re living in another Berkeley where the law yields to the pressure of leftwing lynch mobs.
Note: This is your future under the fake news in leftwing college towns.
— Hunter Wallace (@occdissent) August 28, 2017
Commies at it again…
Jewess thinks it is ok…
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— Viva Europa ?? (@BakedNorwegian) August 28, 2017