As we reflect on the events in Charlottesville two years ago, we remember Heather Heyer who lost her life as a result of hate. We also should remember that two Virginia State Troopers lost their lives in a helicopter crash after they had been observing the march from the air — doing their jobs to protect us. Three lives gone too soon.

Hadley Whitlock


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Why don't you place the blame where it belongs? The mayor and the governor stopped police. Antifa advertised on craigslist in charlotte and bussed in people paying $25 an hour who paid that? The KKK had a permit and were in a legal location until the police forced them into a conflict with antifa. Where were the police and the traffic barriers to protect that poor lady? But it's orange man bad you people are clueless. Come November we will remove you riff raff from any position of power.



The C'ville incels set up the confrontation but didn't count on the consequences.

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