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Charlottesville “Murder” Narrative in Irreversible Tailspin

by David Sims

HEATHER HEYER died of a heart attack. The video above by Lauren Rose includes a short segment from an NBC News interview with Heather Heyer’s mother, who said that her daughter died of a heart attack. The leftists and the mainstream media have, once again, created a false narrative based on a libelous lie. You might recall that they’ve done this before, between the shooting of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman’s acquittal at trial on a charge of second-degree murder. The charge of second-degree murder against James Alex Fields is the same kind of lie.

There are other similarities. After George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense, the media used an old photograph of Trayvon Martin that had been used five years previously, when Travyon Martin was twelve years old, to create sympathy for a Black criminal. And so, likewise, the media chose an old photograph of Heather Heyer made many years ago, when she was not so obese as she later became, to create sympathy for an Antifa member.

You cannot trust the mainstream media, whether in matters great or petty. If they have the smallest reason to lie to you, they will.

Even now, the leftists are trying to patch up their narrative so that it the death of Heather Heyer continues to reflect poorly on White nationalism. One of their blogs carries this title: “Alt-Righters Pushing Horrid Theory Heather Heyer Died of Weight-Related Heart Attack.” That “horrid theory” actually is true. Heather Heyer’s mother, being her daughter’s next-of-kin, would have had access to the coroner’s official report. So you can disregard anything that you have heard, or will hear, that is to the contrary.

(You may remember that a while back I mentioned that one of the Jews’ propaganda tricks was “speaking the truth as if through a mouthful of garbage so that it emerges with a stinking odor that makes people want to disbelieve it.” The title and text of that blog post is an example of that trick in use.)

Although Heather Heyer died of a heart attack, or of heart failure, and not blunt force trauma, it is possible (though not likely) that she was hit by a car before she died. Some videos show images of a fat woman wearing clothes similar to Heather Heyer’s on top of a white car that James Alex Fields’ dark-colored car ran into. However, most people comparing a photo showing Heather Heyer, as she actually appeared on 12 August 2017, believe that the woman on top of the white car is someone else.

With the falseness of the leftists’ “crazy White nationalist killer” narrative having been exposed, it is clear that the violence in Charlottesville was caused entirely by a spiteful collusion between left-leaning, corrupt government officials and leftist terrorists from Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Notice in the NBC interview video that the male Black holding a microphone for Heather Heyer’s mother to speak into, took the microphone away immediately after she acknowledged that her daughter had died of a heart attack, instead of going with the mainstream media’s false narrative that she died after being crushed by a car. It’s a wonder that we ever saw this. NBC would probably rather have made it disappear. I wonder who leaked it for us.

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5 Comments

  1. Arvin N. Prebost
    21 September, 2017 at 8:49 pm — Reply

    I am sorry that Heather Heyer died; but my own question is this: Why did she get so big and fat? Fat enough to die of a heart attack?

    Psychologically, putting on weight is a defense against some action that has been committed against you. Some kind of action that devalues you immensely, or shakes you to your foundation. Heather put on a HUGE amount of weight in a short time.

    WHAT was done to Heather Heyer?

    • 22 September, 2017 at 11:30 am — Reply

      Arvin, you are guilty of “fat-shaming.” Check out this article about the big-boned Ms. Heyer by Dr. Shannon Weber, Ph.D, a fat New England-based queer femme writer and former gender studies professor. She is a published scholar, having written for Teen Vogue.

      https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/fat-shaming-heather-heyer-white-supremacy

      • 23 September, 2017 at 6:02 pm — Reply

        Dr. Shannon Weber looked pretty “fluffy” herself. I think the “Pure Evil” is acting like Heather or people like her don’t need to get off their asses and lose weight.

        A few years ago I was out voted on a TV night so the girls got to watch the reality series “My 600 Pound Life.” I was shocked at the stories and ended up watching more than one episode. Here’s what I saw … all of them used food to fill a void in their life. The author of the article needs to stop making excuses for her weight problem and join a gym … the same thing Heather needed to do.

        I’ve gained weight before and had to snap out of it, get up and lose it. That’s part of life; identifying a problem and fixing it.

    • 22 September, 2017 at 11:02 pm — Reply

      “Psychologically, putting on weight is a defense against some action that has been committed against you. Some kind of action that devalues you immensely or shakes you to your foundation.” I think that you’ve been listening to a lot of nonsense Arvin. In this degenerate age, many people like Healther Heyer are simply unfit to live in this world. Their desires override their common sense. They put on HUGE amounts of weight in a short time because they insist that their bellies be at full capacity all their waking moments regardless of the consequences which are blamed on societal intolerance.

  2. Walt Hampton
    22 September, 2017 at 7:46 pm — Reply

    I followed the link. Gross. Two things
    I can do without…disgustingly overweight
    females and macho jock faggots.

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