Trump lit the torches of white supremacy in Charlottesville. We must extinguish them.

Trump lit the torches of white supremacy in Charlottesville. We must extinguish them.
The Latest: Mayor calls alleged car-ramming 'terrorism'
President Trump lit every one of those torches in Charlottesville. Yes, the white supremacists have always been with us. A parade of racist bigots is no surprise to anyone familiar with our history, especially those who have been the target of hatred

A man being held on suspicion of second-degree murder after a car crashed into a group of counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been identified. He is James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio, according to. Rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly Saturday when a car was driven through a crowd of people protesting the Unite the Right demonstration. The alleged driver, 20-year-old James Alex Fields, Jr., was arrested by police and charged with
Ohio Man Charged With Murder In Virginia Car Attack Following White Nationalist Rally
Ohio Man Charged With Murder In Virginia Car Attack Following White Nationalist Rally
US authorities are investigating the violence stemming from a white nationalist rally a day earlier that killed one person, injured more than 30, and challenged US President Donald Trump's leadership. The unrest in the southern college town presented …

The Latest: Mayor calls alleged car-ramming 'terrorism'

Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer (D) on Sunday ripped President Trump's response to violent clashes in the city that were spurred by a white nationalist rally. "Our democracy has been through a lot in the last century. Our city has been through a … . Mayor Michael Signer joins Meet the Press to talk about the aftermath of violent protests in Charlottesville, saying "the healing has just begun." Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed. Copy this code to your website or blog.

Alex Jones Calls Charlottesville Violence a False Flag, Because Alternative Facts Are Still a Thing

Politicians from both sides of the aisle condemned the violence that turned deadly as white nationalists gathered over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., to protest the removal of a Confederate monument. In statements directly rebuking white …

Hate in Charlottesville: The day the Nazi called me Shlomo

President Donald Trump sparked a backlash Saturday when he suggested "many sides" were to blame for the deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. Democrats criticized the president for failing to single out …

Ivanka Trump tweeted on Sunday about the recent violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia by alt-right protesters stating that "There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis." She continued in a second tweet saying …

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A car rammed into a crowd of protesters and a state police helicopter crashed into the woods Saturday as tension boiled over at a white supremacist rally. The violent day left three dead, dozens injured and this usually quiet … . WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House on Sunday said U.S. President Donald Trump was condemning all forms of "violence, bigotry and hatred" when he spoke about the violence in Charlottesville, including "white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazi and all. The ramming of a car Saturday afternoon into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Virginia, leaving one dead and several injured at the scene, has left many lawmakers and ordinary Americans shocked, angry and upset. And there were two other

One dead as car strikes crowds amid protests of white nationalist gathering in Charlottesville; two police die in …

Charlottesville Suspect Attended Rally With White Supremacists, Photo Shows
Charlottesville Suspect Attended Rally With White Supremacists, Photo Shows
One of James Alex Fields Jr.'s former teachers recalled him being “infatuated with Nazis.” By Nina Golgowski. The Ohio man accused of plowing a car into a group of anti-racism protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday had been photographed

The city of Charlottesville, thanks to pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union, had allowed them — 500 or so — their rally in Emancipation Park, or as they prefer to call it, Lee Park, to protest the city's plans to remove from the park a …

A violent series of events surrounding a white nationalist rally turned deadly when a car plowed into a group of anti-racist marchers. Dozens were treated for injuries altogether, 19 of whom were injured by the car crash. The suspected driver, James … . Last Updated Aug 12, 2017 11:30 PM EDT. The driver who allegedly plowed into counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has been identified as James Alex Fields Jr., a 20-year-old Ohio man. Both the Charlottesville police and

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