Terry McAuliffe: Liar With Blood on His Hands
by David Sims
WITH REGARD to the incident in Charlottesville, Virginia, the governor of that state, Terry McAuliffe, is a dirty damned liar.
He stated: “Neo-Nazis, Klansmen and white supremacists came to Charlottesville heavily armed, spewing hatred and looking for a fight. One of them murdered a young woman in an act of domestic terrorism, and two of our finest officers were killed in a tragic accident while serving to protect this community… They brought their hatred here. It wasn’t both sides.”
His words are false. People of conservative, “alt-right,” and pro-White politics came to Charlottesville to exercise their First Amendment right to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. They were peaceful until the leftist groups, Antifa and Black Lives Matter, arrived. It was these leftists, not the people on the right, who were armed. It was the leftists, not the people on the right, who instigated violence.
The car crash was an accident caused, in part, by the aggressive behavior of Antifa rioters in the narrow street where the accident occurred. By hitting the rear of a Dodge Challenger with first one, then several bats, they panicked and distracted the driver so badly that he wasn’t looking where he was going during the moment just before impact. If Antifa had not been there, or had behaved themselves, that accident would not have happened.
McAuliffe is right though, in one respect. It wasn’t both sides. It was mostly the Antifa, anti-White side that caused the violence. And the corrupt governments of Virginia and Charlottesville facilitated the violence by turning the pro-White folks’ rally into an ambush, using the leftists as their cat’s paws.
[According to the latest information, the state of emergency declaration — which was used as an excuse for McAuliffe’s Virginia State Police to force the opposing groups together — was signed and issued by Gov. McAuliffe at 10am, long before there was any violence at all, and long before such violence was used as a public excuse to disperse the protesters. — Ed.]
The blood is on their hands.
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