Mounting evidence has come to light, suggesting that Charlottesville was an orchestrated effort by leftist radicals. The purpose of which, was to create racial discourse and paint both conservatives and President Trump in a bad light. Sadly, their sinister plan may have worked.
In the insane world of politics, coincidences are rare. In fact, things are very seldom what they “appear” to be. The riots in Charlottesville are a perfect example. The group this was blamed for the chaos is called, “Unite the Right,” an alleged white supremacist organization. Seems easy enough to declare them a group of right-wing fanatics, right?
Let’s look closer…
The man behind the group is Jason Kessler. Kessler was not only a prominent figure in the left’s “Occupy Wall Street” movement, but he also covered the protests for CNN. Also, Kessler’s own Twitter feed was full of anti-gun, anti-Republican, pro-Obama messages.
Then there’s this statement from a Charlottesville police officer who was working the rally:
“We [Charlottesville police] were ordered to bring the rival groups together. As soon as they were in contact with each other, we were told to stand down. It was outrageous. We weren’t allowed to arrest anyone without asking the mayor first. We weren’t even allowed to stop the driver as he sped away. The event was being set up as far back as at least May and it went like clockwork.“
Liberal fact-checking site, Snopes, has declared this statement to be false citing it as a “conspiracy theory.” Nonetheless, The Daily Caller has confirmed that, at the very least, a stand-down order was given. Fox News reporter, Doug McKelway, was on the scene and his account also seems to confirm the officer’s claims.
Furthermore, you can see Alex James Fields, who drove his car into a crowd of protesters injuring 19 and killing 32-year old Heather Heyer, driving away unabated. There was no police pursuit. Why?
NEW VIDEO: Car That Plowed Into Charlottesville Crowd Spotted Leaving the Scene pic.twitter.com/AQW6rvCAN8
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Last, but certainly not least, is Charlottesville Mayor, Michael Signer. Mr. Signer is a Virginia Democratic activist with close ties to Barack Obama and John Podesta. Before taking the job as mayor, he previously worked closely with Podesta at the Center for American Progress. He worked with him again on Barack Obama’s State Department Transition Team.
Coincidence or orchestrated plan? Tell us in the comments.