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Ralph Northam and Mark Herring, you have a problem

Updated: May 21, 2020

Ralph and Mark seem to think that Monday’s event is similar to the “unite the right” rally that caused the mess in Charlottesville. They are WRONG and already trying to spin the narrative. We know the outcome of that. Democrats took over, installed people in positions of power, and here we are today: Democrats attempting to take power away from the very people they are supposed to represent. What’s that called? Tyranny.

Now, what led James Fields to possibly do what he did at the Charlottesville event?

In several videos posted on YouTube, Dixon is lecturing a class saying “I just want to say ‘rest in power’ to Heather Heyer… who was murdered fighting white supremacists”.
He says in the video he was there “to talk about armed antifascism, about confronting real, bloody, deadly white supremacist violence and lethal force.”
In the video, Dixon describes James Fields “slow-rolling” apparently the Redneck Revolt western perimeter — which was 4th Street — several times. Dixon says one time, Dixon stopped in front of him, so he waved Fields off with his rifle.
Dixon continues in his last pass, Fields accelerated, and “a block away, he killed Heather”.
It’s not completely clear the exact location to which Dixon alludes, but it sound like it could Market Street. Prosecution witnesses near Fields’ car when he was on 4th itself testify no one was around the car then,and there was no damage to the Charger until he rolled into the crowd.
Dixon’s attorney told WINA News Dixon was not at the trial Wednesday because he was administering exams. Dwayne Dixon is listed as a “teaching assistant professor” at UNC-CH in the Department of Asian Studies in the field of Global Asia.

Antifa was counter protesting because the Unite the Right rally was political. It had sides (left vs right). Today, this is how Northam and Herring are trying to spin it:

They’re setting the stage in order to blame the right should anything happen. They see it as a one sided political battle. There’s a problem though:

A diverse gathering of pro-gun protestors set to descend upon Virginia’s capital on Monday could include an unlikely ally, a local antifa group.
In what Vice called a “bizarre meeting of the minds,” Richmond-based Antifa Seven Hills also strongly opposes the gun measures now likely to become law since Democrats won control of both Virginia houses last year, and they too want Democratic leaders in Richmond to know.

“I think it’s been pretty important for us to focus on the fact that gun control in America has a legacy of racist enforcement,” an Antifa Seven Hills spokesperson called James, a self-identified anarchist who withheld his real name for fear of getting doxxed, told Vice. “Like taking guns away from black people, because black people were perceived as a threat to property and the sanctity of the state.”
“This is our fight as much as anyone else’s,” James continued. “It’s our state, and we are left largely out of the debate. The presence of an armed left is not discussed, it’s not understood.”
To the “armed left,” gun control represents the rise of a police state and the oppression of minorities made powerless by disarmament, but it’s a class issue as well.

Both the left and the right seem to agree on one thing: The Virginia Democrats and Northam’s government are out of control. The sides appear to be putting their own battle on hold for one day in order to unite and send a message: THEY DON’T WANT DRACONIAN GUN CONTROL. Now, I don’t trust Antifa at all, but if they behave and don’t start fire bombing stuff, this is a wake up call to Americans that pushing gun control is not a partisan political issue and those that wish to restrict it are oppressive tyrants (something both sides seem to agree on).

Leave your MAGA gear, Anarchy flags, Confederate apparel, and your right or left leaning posters at home Monday. Make it ONLY about the 2nd amendment. Stop the bickering for one day send a clear message that we the people can unite to oppose the VA government‘s extremist agenda.


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