As usual I wait to respond so I am not using raw emotion. I live 170 miles from Charlottesville Va. I know people that went to UVA or have kids their now. Eyewitness acounts do not match the news narrative. Athletes had show up early to practice before school started and ended up locked in with their coaches Friday night. The permit was for Saturday at noon. Racists were yelling outside of a synagogue Friday night. They had to leave out the back to avoid confrontation.
Saturday many groups invaded Charlottesville with agendas of their own. I don’t know if they were paid. But Charlottesville is pretty liberal and I can’t imagine them liking Nazis walking through town yelling anti semitic chants. What do you think is going to happen when you do that?
My Father, 3 Uncles and some cousins went to WW2 to fight Japs and nazi’s. My Father voted for Trump. I asked him how he feels now and he can’t answer me. He doesn’t associate the current events with fighting nazi’s in WW2. I guess he thinks they are different Nazis.
Someone in his county had their house tagged. They were black in a mainly white senior community. He has a black friend down the street. Again he thinks it is isolated. Stuff happens.
2016 brought on a lot of changes. Trump can’t be blamed for all of it These people have always been here. Now for some reason they think they can come into the light and are not afraid.
I fail to see how they correlate confederate statues with nazis. They were almost 70 yeara apart and don’t represent the same thing. Seems to me they are taking the confederate cause as a reason to show up and show their ass. They claim to protect history. There are over 200 confederate monuments in VA. How many historical monuments to the native americans, hispanics, asians, and blacks are their in VA? Also how many statues of women historical figures. Shouldn’t all of history be portrayed, not just the parts that agree with your narrative.