“Anti-Racists” Go To Charlottesville, Show They’re Anti-Police

The anti-cop hatred from the political left continues. Here’s The Hill soft peddling it

Anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville angered by heightened police presence, riot gear

Anti-racist protesters staging non-violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday said they were aggravated and perplexed by the heightened police presence that involved dozens of law enforcement officers in riot gear.

The nearly 200 protesters were gathered to march against white supremacy almost one year after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville turned violent, resulting in the death of local resident, Heather Heyer.

On Saturday, hundreds of police officers surrounded Charlottesville’s downtown area throughout the day in order to preclude any violent outbursts, according to multiple reports. Though there were no white nationalist events scheduled, many feared a repeat of last year, when authorities were blasted for being underprepared for the violence that broke out.

According to The Washington Post and Associated Press reports, the nighttime protesters mobilized against the police presence, which some described as aggressive and which some compared to last year’s white supremacists.

“Last year they came with torches,” said a large banner in downtown Charlottesville, according to the Washington Post. “This year they come with badges.”

A goodly chunk of these “anti-racist” people support anti-white writer Sarah Jeong, who’s now part of the NY Times Editorial Board. Oh, and goodly chunk of these “anti-racist” people are members of Antifa, and prone to violence, and usually starting the violence.

First these Useful Idiots cry that the police didn’t protect them, then they cry that they are over-protecting them. And, perhaps the police were needed because these Antifa nutters like to put their hands on people

Of course, the media are doing their best to protect the violent Antifa members while slamming the neo-Nazis (they deserve condemnation).

Pollak: Almost Nobody Cares About Charlottesville Except NBC, CNN, and 200 Neo-Nazis

The media — particularly NBC and CNN — are abuzz about the anniversary of last year’s Charlottesville riot, which Americans had largely forgotten.

The only people who care are a handful of neo-Nazis, and the journalists who amplify them in an effort to tarnish the White House, boost Democrats’ election prospects, smear conservative media, and vent their contempt for the rest of America. (snip)

Ahead of the anniversary on Sunday, President Donald Trump condemned racism — again — on Saturday: “The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division. We must come together as a nation. I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence. Peace to ALL Americans!” His daughter and adviser, Ivanka Trump, offered a more elaborate condemnation of racism and violence, and urged all Americans to come together.

It is a plea that will fall on deaf ears.

But, the media is also in a tizzy over those remarks, showing their deaf ears, such as the NY Times with Before ‘Unite the Right’ Rally, Trump Does Not Condemn Supremacists. Hey, the NY Times forgot to condemn their resident racist Sarah Jeong, so, their moral authority is rather tainted.

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4 Responses to ““Anti-Racists” Go To Charlottesville, Show They’re Anti-Police”

  1. formwiz says:

    They’re also anti-NBC, which means they’re not all bad.

    Especially when you consider we have an election in 2 1/2 months.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Why did the white nationalists, neo-Nazis, KKK cockroaches crawl out into the light as soon as Donald Kleagle Trump was elected?

    Are there actually “very fine” neo-Nazis?

    There are not two sides. There is the racist side, which white nationalists little understood.

    “If a white man wants to lynch me, that’s his problem. If he has the power to lynch me, that’s my problem. Racism is not a question of attitude; it’s a question of power.” — Stokely Carmichael

    Trump’s tweet about “all types of racism” was a dog-whistle/bullhorn to his white nationalist base.

    • david7134 says:

      Once again you show your poor education by associating correlation with causation. You do this with your climate religion and most everything you comment on. It would seem you would learn. We just finished with the leadership of the worst president in our history. Thanks to affirmative action, he has been granted a pass. But we are left with his hateful legacy and many will get be harmed. Thank God Trump is in power and leading us to a better place. MAGA.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Antifa, which as a group has been warmly embraced by many Democrats, have regained prominence in the post-Obama era by assaulting conservatives and Trump supporters. The hyper-violent anarchists and communists of the Antifa movement are notorious for promiscuously labeling those they target as fascists, Nazis, and racists, in the absence of evidence.

    And the angry little black fella smiles…


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