Disinformation peddlers with Integrity First for America have raised tens of millions insinuating there was a conspiracy between James Fields and the Charlottesville organizers. There is no evidence that that is the case. I explain here.
League of the South and Traditionalist Workers Party are attacked during their march up Market St toward Lee Park during the Unite the Right rally. Antifa had set up a barricade to block entrance to the park and violently attacked the groups as they headed towards the demonstration. **Notice the ball peen hammer being used as a weapon by the Antifa rioter in the cover image***
The famous Skokie Nazi rally involved threats of fights breaking out just like in Charlottesville. The difference was that the ACLU stuck to its guns in the landmark case National Socialist Party of America et al. v. Village of Skokie and the protesters were separated from counter protesters when the rally eventually took place in Marquette Park (instead of Skokie). (Scene clipped from ‘Might Ira’ documentary)
Susan Bro, Heather Heyer's mother, embraces free speech rights for unpopular groups and says she believes that Unite the Right demonstrators should have the right to rally in Charlottesville (Scene clipped from documentary, 'Might Ira')
Attorney Roberta Kaplan takes advantage of clients legitimately injured in Charlottesville car incident to push a political vendetta against far right protesters. She convinced clients not to sue police for the stand down that led to their injuries. There is no evidence that James Fields communicated with any organizers of the rally.
Medical professional George Lindbeck discusses emergency services preparations for the Unite the Right rally, including the expectation of Left-wing violence
4:54 Counter-protester physical interactions with law enforcement at KKK rally
6:20 Public perception was on the side of criminal protesters at KKK leading to constrained response on A12
8:15 (After KKK rally) realized counter-protesters were more likely to introduce violence than protesters
8:55 People felt a strong moral obligation to confront the other group, particularly on the left-wing side
13:11 Violent design of Left Wing groups
13:20 Violence is part of their mission (left wing groups)
14:00 Intelligence: Left wing groups felt like Battle of Berkeley didnt advance their goals sufficiently;
Needed more violent event in Charlottesville to advance their agenda
17:29 Antifa "street medics" shun traditional EMS and were concealing patients
23:28 Left-wing groups cached "non-traditional weapons" around the protest site
23:45 Law enforcement source warned about Antifa bringing coolers full of Coke cans filled with sakrete
29:10 We had a command center downtown
39:20 "Why weren't protesters separated?" "I don't have any answers for that." "You see the protesters
surrounded on all sounds by counter-protesters. That's when things started to get messy."
42:19 Bloody injury on National Socialist Movement activist
45:04 Militia behaved well & had no significant interactions with either side
54:36 2 medical transports from torch march; 26 total event related; 20 from car incident
Antifa extremist Molly Conger prepares for battle alongside violence advocate Emily Gorcenski. Conger's fans include Connor Betts, a mass shooter who murdered nine and injured 27 others.
Leader of communist militia Redneck Revolt gives a talk at Harvard about violence he inflicted on protesters at the Unite the Right rally
Gregory McMichael confronts criminal Ahmaud Arbery, who had been trespassing on his property. Things take a deadly turn when Arbery lunges for his son's shotgun and punches him in the head.
After the January 6th, Stop the Steal event in Washington DC Roberta Kaplan decides that Baked Alaska was 'heavily involved' in planning Unite the Right
For supporting evidence please check out this Twitter thread:
Taylor Lorenz, a political reporter for The Hill, was assaulted while filming live in the aftermath of a car crash at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia
Arrested was Jacob L. Smith, 21, of Louisa, Virginia, who was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery.
On June 23, 2020 I recorded BHAZ, or "Black House Occupied Zone" in Washington DC. During the protest an Antifa youth started arguing with a Black Lives Matter supporter and they were both ushered into a Restricted NO COP ZONE for a brawl away from prying eyes... or so they thought.
Video shows one of the Antifa dubbed by the media as "peaceful antiracism protesters" lighting and throwing a molotov cocktail into a crowd of Unite the Right protesters in Charlottesville on August 11, 2017
Sean Liter of Louisville ARA (Antifa) attacks protesters, assisted by Willam Corey Lovell
Black Lives Matter New York leader Hawk Newsome explains how the Charlottesville rally was set up different than any other protest he's been to in 6 years. It was a set-up where hostile groups were intended to fight.
These attacks on motor vehicles occurred on Water St only a block away from the infamous car crash incident. These attacks happened very soon before that tragic event and likely involved many of the same people.
Antifa terrorist Rachel Myles and an unidentified accomplice assault peaceful protesters Harold Crews and Richard Hamblen at the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville
Self-proclaimed Antifa leader Daryle Lamont Jenkins slaps an elderly protester during the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville
Tom Massey of Philly Antifa (wearing blue and orange) disrupts an otherwise peaceful rally in Charlottesville by lunging at and striking a right-wing protester
5:25 white accomplices line (see: Neil Ritchie, Jalane Schmidt for other uses of term)
5:55 APOC decided "we were going to defend ourselves by any means necessary"
6:05 "diversity of tactics (including) open carry, anti-fascist blocs, blockading...any tactic that would go towards the goal of defending Charlottesville from fascism"
7:36 “torch march was revealed through leaks and anonymous heresay even weeks before August 12th" (remember Seth Wispelwey admit something like this in the Heaphy Report?)
"We knew this was an opportunity for the Charlottesville community to stand up to them and let them know that we weren't going to allow them to organize again"
8:45 “We organized to, in whatever ways we could, disrupt the torchlit rally"
10:09 "A couple of anti-fascist groups set up at the last minute, um, but these were in the handfuls to get to the students before the torchlit rally reached them"
12:15 "I was personally was doing comms for the network of Antifascists and anarchists who were mobilized for August 12th. We had a strategy of forming committee groups and having a very tight comms system so that even if affinity groups were spread throughout the area we could very quickly tell each other what was going on...so that we could in the most effective manner possible mobilize against the Nazi rally."
13:50 "Closer to 11am was when the antifascist contingent mobilized from Justice Park. They were in the numbers of a hundred to a hundred and twenty. They came with shields.
They came with flags. They came with poles. They came with reinforced banners...They came with everything that was necessary to stop this rally from happening."
14:20 “As it got closer to noon the antifascist bloc was successful in drawing away the most heavily shielded contingent of Nazis. They were successful in drawing them away from the park. And, um, make them more vulnerable. As that happened many people were in the line of fire of projectiles, of pepper spray, of tear gas, and a lot of people were hurt and beaten on both sides."
16:00 “From what I observed on my street it was mostly Nazis who were getting beat..."
17:25 “We were able to communicate that Kessler planned to go to McIntire as a backup. It was during the dispersal that some of the more violent...the more violent
hand-to-hand clashes happened and as groups of Nazis were leaving the area and Charlottesville residents alongside antifascists from all over the US demonstrated to them that they were not welcome. They were chased to their parking lots. They were chased to McIntire Park."
18:20 "We spread quickly to our teams that they should mobilize."
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