There is of course far more in the way of pictures of the crowds down there, but these are probably never going to show up in the mainstream media, after all the worry about white supremacy dominating the scene down there. I don’t know about you but the way I read it, this was the worst white supremacy support in history. But as David often says, if it doesn’t fit the narrative, it never happened as far as the media is concerned.

I notice Governor Blackface decided to try and claim that he had diffused the situation… And that’s why there wasn’t any violence. However, the only way that he was going to be able to do that was to call off the antifa attack dogs. Of course he’ll never admit that even if he did it, which to me seems relatively likely.

The comparisons to Charlottesville fell flat as well.

The governor tried comparing this to Charlottesville, but he seems to forget that the protest in Charlottesville was peaceful until such time as Antifa and Black Lives Matter showed up. And so that claim by the governor falls flat on its face as well. He certainly not going to admit that regardless of whether he did it or not.

And remember friends, I was in the Charlottesville at the time. (One of these days I’m going to have to dig up the photographs I took of the rather bedraggled looking protesters staggering up US 29.)

Why did the governor’s misplaced comparison fall flat? Because clearly the violence was a setup from, once again, Antifa.

Oh… and here’s a message to the state house in Virginia. If you have to declare a state of emergency to protect your government from a number of law-abiding gun owners, it’s just possible that you’re a tyrant.