So, the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, VA has turned into a lead, national news story.
Despite a court order injunction allowing them to assemble, after event organizer Jason Kessler successfully sued the city, libtard Gov. Terry McAulifee then declares a “state of emergency”, a pretext upon which to shut down the event. Therein, militarized police and the National Guard proceed to disperse the violent antagonistic Antifa activists the white nationalist rally attendees.
Richard Spencer has some interesting on-site videos of the activity, including Robocop-looking police making him and other attendees.
As I write this, the ongoing live coverage is quite telling. CNN is naturally calling them “white supremacists”, while FNC calls them “white identitarians”. The occasional idiot 1488 LARPer gets plenty o’ coverage on CNN, but none of the networks are able to spin footage of Antifa activists as anything other than what they are: self-hating whites wearing pink caps, cat ladies with flower hats, aged hippies in tie-dye shirts, dreadlocked wiggers, and obese womens studies majors with tattoos and green hair.
Trump tweeted the rather obscure: “We ALL must be united & condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Lets come together as one!”, whereas Chief Cuck Paul Ryan, on the other hand, tweeted: “The views fueling the spectacle in Charlottesville are repugnant. Let it only serve to unite Americans against this kind of vile bigotry.”
Alas, the minority FNC anchors at this time (they always put the affirmative action action picks in weekend afternoon spots or overnight spots) includes a very angry Julie Banderas, whose MSNBC-styled characterizations of the white nationalists (e.g, the need to stop their ‘dangerous hate speech’) ought to make the Twitter rounds.
UPDATE: MSNBC is characterizing Trump’s press conference as one where he appeared “uncomfortable”. Then, that network’s pajama boy anchor finds Trump’s statement “There is bigotry on many sides,” as “perplexing”.