The real truth about the cause of violence in Charlottesville has hit the proverbial fan. As the Mayor of the city and the Governor of Virginia seek cover from this story, it cannot be denied. The violence between Antifa and white supremacists could have been avoided. To begin with, they had ample warning that both sides, REPEAT, Both Sides were gearing up for violence was already noted. The Department of Homeland Security had issued warnings weeks before the event. What did the mayor and governor do with that information? Was there, in fact, a stand down order given? How did the opposing groups get herded together in that one area? All this and more in the article.
As Written By Mark J. Fitzgibbons for American Thinker:
Governor Terry McAuliffe’s efforts to evade responsibility for the shocking violence at Charlottesville just got even more implausible. He and local authorities were warned, and yet allowed, if not forced, the two violence-prone parties into such close proximity that violence was a near certainty.
Josh Meyer reports in Politico:
The Department of Homeland Security issued a confidential warning to law enforcement authorities three days before the deadly Aug. 12 Charlottesville protest rally, saying that an escalating series of clashes had created a powder keg that would likely make the event “among the most violent to date” between white supremacists and anarchists.
The warning issued to state and city officials was clear that the violence in Charlottesville would come, as President Trump was widely criticized for saying, from “both sides.” As quoted by Politico, the DHS assessment issued three days ahead of the Charlottesville incident read, “Anarchist extremists and white supremacist extremists online are calling on supporters to be prepared for or to instigate violence at the 12 August rally……
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