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The stench of irony….. A black vice mayor, a jewish mayor, and thousands of students at the university of Thomas Jefferson advocating to deny American Citizens the right to speak their mind in the public square. How sad it is that a black man and a jewish man have lost sight of their own pasts in their attempts to abolish someone else’s. I don’t agree with anything they may had said had the mayor and the governor not conspired to deny them their rights,….. but the most unamerican thing that occurred that day was the city of charlottesville prohibiting these… Read more »

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Your comment is predicated on a false assumption. The city worked with the rally-goers to help them attain their permit. They didn’t attempt to shut the rally down. Only after the organizer publicly bragged about bringing many times the number he applied for, and was permitted to allow, to the location of the rally did the city attempt to move it to a safer place that could accommodate the number of participants that, again, the organizer of the event himself declared he would bring. The constitution guarantees the right to peaceful assembly – that is not what we observed on… Read more »

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What peaceful protesters are you referring to the ones with the bats or the one with the flamethrower? Do you actually deny that the city conspired to circumvent the judge and shut the rally down? If the protesters were peaceful where did they get the weapons to smash the front and rear windshield of the car that ran into those people? Is “gutang” liberalspeak for CNN cuck?

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The ones on Friday who had linked arms around a statue and were surrounded, harassed, then beaten with tiki torches.

Yes, I do deny that. Where’s your evidence of a conspiracy?

The protestors were peaceful at 2PM when the car ran into the crowd. A few people [still] had bats from the confrontations hours earlier, or were still on the defensive from the consistent threat of violence that the militant white supremacists brought to our town.

I haven’t seen CNN in years.

Do you even live in Charlottesville?