More About Unite The Right in Charlottesville

We continue to wonder what exactly happened that dark day in Charlottesville, on August 12, 2017 at the Unite The Right Rally.

Things still don’t make sense.

Since we’ve heard very little about the driver of the Challenger that hit many people that day, including the lady that died. (Heather Heyer whom only suffered leg injuries, but still devastatingly died of a heart attack.)

We’ve heard little about how the law enforcement helicopter crashed, and why, killing two Virginia State Troopers. The media initially blamed the white supremacists at the rally even though they were far away from the crash site.

The media continues to push their race war narrative. They push their story about how the President didn’t condemn the violence from the alt-right, and he didn’t condemn the violence fast enough, even though he condemned it the same day it happened.

They continue to try and make everyone believe that the country is filled with Nazis and white supremacists that the President supports. This is all very untrue.

The next few articles and videos are more evidence that the media is playing us all. Pulling the wool over our eyes to fuel our hatred, divisions and push the identity politics of the Leftist agenda.

I urge you to spend the time to read and watch all that I’ve provided as proof that this sad day was not only planned to unfold as it did, but the way it has been reported was unfair, misleading and untrue.

But before you finish viewing this blog post you should also see my previous blog regarding Charlottesville. After reading this blog you should read the transcriptions of all the statements that President Trump made regarding Charlottesville.

Limbaugh Pushes Charlottesville Conspiracy: ‘Clintons and Obamas’ Possibly ‘Very Much Involved’

While Limbaugh failed to offer proof to back up the “possibility,” he said the “Democrat apparatus” got “exactly that which was hoped for and sought”:

“None of this was spontaneous,” he said, as he contrasted the difference between how the “drive-by media,” wants people to view the opposing sides in Charlottesville:

“…what happened Saturday was just a bunch of skinhead, Nazi, white supremacist, Klansmen showed up in Charlottesville, Virginia. And just because they showed up, they’re reprehensible; they’re reprobates they’re creeps, they’re human debris, they’re scum, we gotta get rid of them.”

As opposed to Antifa and other left-wing counter-protesters:

“…spontaneously, a bunch of gentle, non-violent, freedom-loving, anti-racist […] great Americans showed up to stop them. And the Nazis and the Klan and the white supremacists, they just mowed these poor people down, they just rolled all over them, and they killed one of them […] that’s what they want you to believe happened […].”

“There was nothing innocent about the opposition,” he said. “The result achieved here is exactly that which was hoped for and sought.”

Limbaugh said “organizers” want people to believe the clash was “rooted in hatred and bigotry,” because that’s “how they attract a crowd.” But, he added, “the objectives are far, far, far more reaching than just erasing the vestiges of slavery.”

The American people are being fed a script, he said, “and the American president fell right into it.”


***Disclaimer of very harsh language in the next video***

(I’m sorry, for the profanity in this video, but it’s extremely important to see these guys and gals. They are part of the “very fine people that President Trump spoke of that were protesting the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue.”

These people are very charged up with adrenaline as they had to defend themselves against Antifa. I believe that is why they are using such language.)

Patriots in Charlottesville Speak out

Patriots in Charlottesville Speak out.

(These are the “very fine people.”)

These guys are NOT Nazis.

These guys are NOT white nationalists.

These guys are NOT racist.

Just good honest hard working folks.

They explain why they came to Charlottesville, and it was not for violence. They wanted to tell the far left communists and the far right Nazis that they don’t agree with them, but they will defend their right to free speech. They believe in their Constitutional right to speak, without the fear of violence. They also explain how the police stood down and they were not there to hold up the constitution or differ violence. They call out the media for not reporting on the event correctly and truthfully. They talk about being assaulted by Antifa and of all the weapons, bottles of urine and acid, pepper spray, bricks, sticks and more, that Antifa brought to the rally and used against those whom they had labeled as opposition. But the cops just stood by and watched. The cops told them to leave or they would be arrested, but to leave they had to pass through Antifa.

They explain how they came to protest the tearing down of the statue, and not to start any trouble. They love America, the Constitution, and peaceful protesting. They don’t agree with the white nationalists or the communist Antifa. They were only trying to defend themselves from the violent people that came after them, they did not start violence or want to participate in it.

They point out how this racist narrative is fake and the left is using it to distract us, to divide and conquer us. They speak of how they are being demonized and they aren’t bad people. They don’t believe in sanitizing history, because you will repeat it.


Richard Spencer (alt right) pleads with riot police in Charlottesville

Unite The Right: state police declare the permitted rally (upheld by a federal court) an ‘unlawful assembly’. Press conference 8/14:… — Faith Goldy:…The System Revealed: Antifa, Virginia Politicians And Police Work Together To Shut Down #UniteTheRight:…


Viral Rant: African American Man Warns Division Is Being Manufactured – Charles Patrick

Decorated military veteran Charles Patrick of Georgia, a conservative internet talk show host and supporter of President Trump, went on a Facebook Live video rant Friday that has gone viral.

Regarding the massive protests and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend, Patrick shared an unconfirmed report from a friend in Charlottesville who told him she witnessed six charter buses lined up, bumper to bumper, as protesters arriving from out-of-town were transported in. Reportedly, the witness told him some people got off the bus wearing KKK shirts, and some were wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts.

Patrick maintained “something is up,” or why would the KKK and the BLM ride on the same charter buses?

See video

He went on, saying, “Something is going on,” and said you see black and white people getting along just fine in normal life. “Go to the malls, go to the stores in the area, you see black and white folks very cordial and nice to each other. Somebody is trying to make ya’ll divide.”

“I don’t like Democrats, that is true, but I don’t hate them,” he said. “We don’t bust each other in the head – we’ll have a drink together,” he added.

Patrick said, “They’re trying to make you all think America is a certain way when it’s not. Who is selling this, and why are you buying it?”

In responding to the violence in Charlottesville Saturday, August 12, including a vehicle attack that killed one woman and injured many others, authorities stated they believed many protesters came in from other areas in order to protest.

Patrick also made several comments on Twitter this week, over the sudden move by the left to yank down confederate statues all across the nation. He asked, “They had a Democrat president for the last 8 years. How many confederate statues were removed? Why is it so important right now?”

“How does a minority group control a majority group? Answer: With divide and conquer,” he asked on Thursday.

“Black women are aborting babies at an astonishing rate compared to any other culture in America & you all are Marching about statues,” Patrick tweeted Wednesday, then added, “Destroying all the Confederate flags & monuments will NOT change the murder rate of BLACKS in Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit etc..”


Heather Heyer’s mom tells NBC News that her daughter didn’t suffer. She died of a heart attack at the scene. She was revived shortly and then died.


The Official Story in Charlottesville Isn’t Adding Up

The helicopter crash has been lumped with the car crashing into protesters and all called a terrorist act, and it’s gets stranger.


Helicopter Crash: Flag Article: Alex Fields Pics: Registration:

Richard Spencer (alt right) pleads with riot police in Charlottesville

Patriots in Charlottesville Speak out

Bombshell: Leader of C’ville White Supremacist Protest True ID Revealed


Black YouTuber Puts Media’s ‘Fake Racial War’ on Blast: ‘The President Was Absolutely Correct’

I Don’t Care About Charlottesville, the KKK, or White Supremacy

Black people have scarier things on the horizon than the almost endangered species of white supremacy.


Confederate Supporter Has to Be Escorted From Protesters — No One Expected Cop to Turn Around and Say This

A crowd of angry protesters surrounded and shouted down an armed man holding a Confederate flag near a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Tuesday.

In a video from the Associated Press, the protesters are seen putting middle fingers in the man’s face and screaming things like, “terrorist go home!” and, “racist go home.”

(The hate that comes from the left is appalling. They have become just what they claim to hate. This man was doing nothing wrong. His views are besides the point. No one has any right to get in his face like these protesters did, and treat him this way. The police should have been escorting them all away, not him. We live in a free country, and he’s free to believe what he wants as long as he’s not hurting anyone else. The same can be said for the protestors, however they were obviously looking to start a fight.)

Eventually, two uniformed police officers show up to escort the man from the site to prevent violence from breaking out, especially after the racially charged violence in Charlottesville the weekend prior.

As officers put the Confederate supporter into a police cruiser, some of the angry protesters continued to shout at him.

“We’re doing what you asked,” one of the officers snapped at one of the protesters.

The unidentified protester couldn’t resist getting one more line in while she recorded video with her phone: “Can’t walk out of the park by yourself, huh?” she said. “So proud and brave.”

The fed-up officer then turned around and shot back, “You want another day like Saturday, don’t you? You should be ashamed of yourself.”

“That blood is on your hands, not mine,” the protester responded.

“No, it’s not,” the cop said before walking away.

(It’s not on law enforcement’s hands, because they were following orders from someone higher up, to “Stand Down.”)


Chaos erupts in Charlottesville AGAIN when city can’t answer ONE question

Sadly, while the sides battled each other for control of the narrative, one detail was being overlooked by almost everyone. How was the violence allowed to get out of hand in the first place? After all, there were plenty of police on hand during the rally. How did they fail to maintain order?

While the media largely ignored this question, residents of Charlottesville wanted answers. In the first city council meeting since the tragedy, local residents showed up to voice their disapproval with the lack of police action.

Outraged members of the public assailed the council and the mayor with accusations and pointed questions about how the fatal attack was permitted to happen. Many called for the resignation of Mayor Mike Signer, who called for the council meeting to be temporarily suspended.

Resident expressed outrage that the council seemed unwilling to provide an explanation:

“Why did you think that you could walk in here and do business as usual after what happened on the 12th?” community activist Nikuyah Walker said.

“Who’s streets? Our streets?!” they chanted. At one point two protesters held up a large sign that read “blood on your hands” while standing on top of the council desks.

Three people were arrested for speaking out:

“You just dragged out three people,” the man continued, “because they were expressing their freedom of speech.”

The three people were charged with disorderly conduct or obstruction.

Perhaps even more shocking, the meeting appeared to bring people from both sides of the spectrum together to demand answers. Authorities in Charlottesville have largely attempted to remain silent, yet there’s no doubt they share in some of the blame for the way events unfolded.

Instead of providing answers to residents of their community, authorities in Charlottesville allowed the meeting to descend into chaos. Evidently, they still haven’t learned their lesson.


White Nationalists Return To Charlottesville With Lit Torches (Video) October 7, 2017 For only 10 minutes?

White nationalist leader Richard Spencer held a torch-lit rally around the Robert. E. Lee statue in downtown Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday, months after a similar rally lead to a violent clash between his group and far-left groups. The violence led to the death of a woman.

Holding lit tiki torches, approximately 50 white nationalists surrounded the statue, which is covered with a tarp, chanting “you will not replace us” and “we will be back”. The rally lasted approximately ten minutes, NBC 29 reported. Officials said there was no violence at the event.

There are pending legal challenges to a court order blocking removal of the monument. Thus, Spencer said that Charlottesville would be seeing more rallies in the future.

“We came, we triggered, we left,” Spencer said in a video he posted on Twitter. “We did an in and out flash mob. We came in peace tonight. It was a great success, and we’re going to do it again.”

Charlottesville mayor Mark Signer was clearly not happy to see the white nationalists return to his town for the fourth time this year. He suggested in a Twitter post that the city was looking into options for putting an end to future events.

Around an hour after the group left the park, Spencer tweeted to Signer,”It was great to be back in C’ville. We can catch up next time we’re in town.”

Spencer says Charlottesville has become symbolic for the oppression of speech and that the people of Charlottesville are going to have to get used to the group’s presence.

Meanwhile, police shut down a nearby Black Lives Matter protest.

(It sounds like it’s become something of a game instead of an exercising of rights. Smdh They are just doing it to prove that they can and daring someone to stop them. They want the reaction. Just ignore them and they will slither back into the hole they crawled from.)


BUSTED: CNN’s fake news lie about Charlottesville mom

For the media, selective reporting is key to the fake news agenda.

In the aftermath of Charlottesville, many in the media began clamoring for Trump to disavow these far-right groups. Nevermind that popular leftists like Bernie Sanders are never made to answer for Antifa, Trump is somehow responsible for the actions of fringe groups. Even when Trump did issue a statement, the media reacted with predictable disdain. When it comes to Trump, nothing is ever good enough.

Eventually, Trump issued yet another statement, this time specifically condemning far-right extremist groups.

Never satisfied, the media began finding other ways to attack Trump. However, CNN took things a step too far, attacking the president for the condolences he offered to one of the victims. Shortly after, the network got busted once again for publishing a misleading story.

From Breitbart:

Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, released a statement on Monday thanking President Trump for kind words condemning violence and giving his condolences to the victims of the Charlottesville incident over the weekend. Heather Heyer passed away after a man drove his car into a crowd of counter protesters to the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past Saturday.

Bro said in a statement, “Thank you, President Trump, for those words of comfort and for denouncing those who promote violence and hatred. My condolences, also, to their grieving families of the two state troopers and quick recovery for those injured.”

However, CNN was running with a different narrative:

Meanwhile, CNN alleged that Susan Bro was no fan of President Trump and would not want his condolences, citing one of Bro’s friends.

Bro’s friend, Marisa Blair, said on CNN, “Heather would not want his condolences. She would not want him to speak her name.”

CNN’s story didn’t go unnoticed by Trump:

President Donald Trump attacked CNN’s fake news reporting on Monday, charging that the media will never be satisfied with his remarks to the victims of violence.

“Once again, CNN was caught selectively covering the story that fit their narrative. Instead of going straight to the source, the network published quotes from alternative sources. Predictably, their reporting was quickly contradicted by the victim’s actual family. So much for the most trusted name in news.”


Only days later, August 18, 2017, CNN had the mother of Heather Heyer on for an interview and she had changed her tune about President Trump. Isn’t funny how she changes her mind about him with a snap of the fingers? I find that extremely suspicious.

Mother of Charlottesville victim says she won’t speak with Trump

(CNN) The mother of the woman killed in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend said she is not interested in hearing from the President because she believes he equated her daughter to white supremacists.

“I’m not talking to the President now,” Susan Bro said Friday on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “I’m sorry. After what he said about my child, and it’s not that I saw somebody else’s tweets about him. I saw an actual clip of him at a press conference equating the protesters like Ms. (Heather) Heyer with the KKK and the white supremacists.”

(This is the narrative the media pushes, and it’s very untrue. The president said that he condemned violence from both sides and he also said there were very fine people on both sides. The ones that weren’t involved with the violence were the fine people, which would include Heather. But the edits that the media was using of President Trump’s comments were misrepresented.)

See all of President Trump’s comments that were made here.


Analyzing Charlottesville’s Zapruder Film: the Ford Fischer LiveStream

1. He films the murder vehicle (a Dodge Challenger) on Water Street 7 minutes before the attack.

2. He films the maroon van involved in the incident 5 minutes before the attack. It is already at the intersection of 4th and Water. Ford’s video shows that it does not move in the intervening 5 minutes, despite being able to. Nobody appears to be in the front seat.

3. Ford abandons the protest and the neo-Nazis he claims to be following and waits on 5th and Main St for 3 minutes before reacting to the attack. Why is he waiting?

We need to look at Ford Fischer and his video very closely. Some questions to consider:

Did Ford Fischer know about the attack before it happened?

Was Ford Fischer using his livestream to signal vehicle locations to people watching it?

Who were the other ‘reporters’ waiting with Fischer by the green awning?

Why were Police in the parking garage but not at the protest?

Prior video on Charlottesville:


What the media won’t tell you about the Charlottesville accident

Commentary on the crash and other unanswered questions about the horrific events of October 12, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Charlottesville: Violence in the Streets | Faith Goldy and Stefan Molyneux

Faith Goldy Explains Her First Hand Accounts of the Events in Charlottesville


Faith Goldy – Update on Unite The Right rally, on the ground in Charlottesville


(All the videos I’ve watched on YouTube about Charlottesville)

My Charlottesville YouTube PlayList:


Related Links:

Bombshell: Leader of C’ville White Supremacist Protest True ID Revealed

Thanks to some internet sleuths who discovered that Kessler is — get this — a former liberal.

There are a ton of his tweets and he’s very liberal. Many were deleted when he “turned white supremacists.”)

Anti-gun, pro-Iran deal, loved Obama, hated nukes. The score at halftime is Liberal Kessler 4, Conservative Kessler 0.

Speaking of love and hate… he seemed to really hate Republicans and at one point even compared them to Jeffrey Dahmer. See article for more.

Heather Heyer Died of a Heart Attack

Heather Heyer is not the woman in the teal looking shirt who is hurled over the grey car when James Fields Jr. crashed into it. The Antifa medic who performed CPR on Heather Heyer said she had a leg wound. She seems to have died of heart failure though.

[Serious] What was on Heather Heyer’s Autopsy Report? serious replies only

WAKE UP, people! Alt-Left and Alt-Right are run by the same forces… the goal is “divide and conquer”

How to Escape the Democrat Plantation (an easy guide).

Everything Malcolm X would want you to know in 2017.

Formally recognize AntiFa as a terrorist organization

Virginia Board of Education member resigns after vulgar tweets surface


Unpacking The Racism In Charlottesville


Author: wadingthruthecrap

~ Your friendly neighborhood superhero. ~ Openminded Christian Right Leaning Libertarian Woman - I would really just like to see us all compromise and live in harmony. The negativity is really taking a toll on me mentally and physically. We don't have to agree to get along. We don't have to agree, to respect each other and share ideals. I do all my own research in order to stay informed and to stay SANE! If I just let the news and hearsay govern me I'd be freaking out and living under my bed. The fear-mongering must stop!

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