Posted August 13, 2018 10:00 am by Comments

By Tom Knighton

The so-called “United The Right 2” in Charlottesville, VA took place over the weekend. This time, it was sparsely attended by anyone except the Antifa goons who brought the majority of the violence that disrupted the first even a year ago. Considering the “right” mostly showed up last year, I’m not complaining.

However, without real or imagined racists demonstrating to serve as their target this year, Antifa promptly turned onto another target.

Confusion over an extraordinary police presence on the anniversary of a violent and deadly white nationalist rally turned into anger Saturday night as hundreds of black-clad protesters marched through the streets surrounding the University of Virginia here, screaming at police and calling for an end to white supremacy.

The protesters gathered around the historical Rotunda, where a year ago white supremacists had shouted anti-Semitic slogans and carried torches, and chanted slogans of their own — against the police, against white supremacy, and against the University of Virginia.

“Last year they came with torches,” said a large banner in front of a monument of Thomas Jefferson. “This year they come with badges.”

The mood in the crowd began to shift when, as speakers addressed a large crowd outside Brooks Hall, dozens …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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