White Nationalist Rally Turns Violent

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On Sunday, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, speaking  at a prayer rally in the  Charlottesville, had  renewed his calls for the white supremacists to leave this city in the wake of the violence that surely one had seen that  one person who  killed and the  troopers are assigned to the governor’s travel detail that were  killed in the  helicopter crash.

McAuliffe denounced about  the people who had to  come at  their college town for the rally of the   “Unite the Right” , which says that when  they weren’t the patriots they had  make to themselves but out to that . “They get out of the bed every day to get hate people and then  divide our country according to the McAuliffe statement.

On Saturday, McAuliffe told about the demonstrators to go their  home. On Sunday he went  there further. “Let’s be very honest, they need to leave the America, because they are not Americans,” According to his reports.

Earlier in this , the rally organizer Jason Kessler blamed the  law enforcement officers for the violence over the whole weekend in which the  woman was badly  killed and almost more than 30 people were also injured.

He  then tried to give explanation about all this and organize a news conference at the city hall but was also  chased away by  the counter protesters, who all at it but then drowned him out as he tried to speak.

McAuliffe said that  he had suddenly  visited with  their  families of the two state troopers — among that one is his pilot and the other is one of the  member of his protection detail — who were killed in a helicopter crash on  Saturday as they helped to monitor the situation in the Charlottesville.

The governor also praised the  Heather Heyer, along a  32-year-old woman who was killed on Saturday when his  car slammed into the  crowd of the counter protesters.

“She was doing what she loved,” as Said by McAuliffe. “She was fighting for the democracy, (for) the free speech, to stop the hatred and the bigotry.”

Messages from the top

The Vice President Mike Pence condemned the violence in the Charlottesville while on the  trip abroad. “We have no kind of tolerance for the hate and the violence from the white supremacists, the neo-Nazis or the KKK,” the vice president said that while in the Cartagena, Colombia. “These dangerous fringe groups have no place in the American public life and it is  as  simple as in the American debate and we  heartily condemn them in all the strongest possible terms.”

Pence’s remarks had come after the  critics blasted the President Donald Trump for not specifically mentioning the white supremacists or any other groups during the Trump’s remarks on Saturday.

The White House aides who had appeared on this Sunday morning the political talks shows off the  tried to walk along the line between the  condemning of a  terrorist attack at the hands of the  suspected white the nationalist and the denying that the President failed to go far as enough with his words on Saturday.

On this  Sunday night the Pence also  said that The President had also made it very  clear about the behavior by the all others of all different militant perspectives and  are also unacceptable in our political debate and the discourse.” The vice president also criticized the media, saying that  it would devoted some more time to show what Trump had said than the people who engaged in the violence. Later on Earlier, the governor had joined some other state leaders to preach about unity all at the historically black church in the Charlottesville.

“We come to you early in  this morning just to reassure you that the Commonwealth of the Virginia and all of us that they  are all  in this together will not and do not condone the  white supremacists that brought their hatred and the  bigotry to the Commonwealth of the Virginia,” Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam told the Mount Zion First African Baptist Church, to the roaring applause.

That’s not what it’s all about. So he  is  here this morning, as their lieutenant governor, and also as the  doctor, just to start the healing process.” In Even Less than 24 hours he had passed since the  driver plowed into the demonstrators protesting against the white nationalists in the Charlottesville.

As McAuliffe asked the congregation for the  moment of the  silence to honor the Hoyer and the troopers, “who haOn Sunday, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, speaking  at a prayer rally in the  Charlottesville, had  renewed his calls for the white supremacists to leave this city in the wake of the violence that surely one had seen that  one person who  killed and the  troopers are assigned to the governor’s travel detail that were  killed in the  helicopter crash.

McAuliffe denounced about  the people who had to  come at  their college town for the rally of the   “Unite the Right” , which says that when  they weren’t the patriots they had  make to themselves but out to that . “They get out of the bed every day to get hate people and then  divide our country according to the McAuliffe statement.

On Saturday, McAuliffe told about the demonstrators to go their  home. On Sunday he went  there further. “Let’s be very honest, they need to leave the America, because they are not Americans,” According to his reports.

Earlier in this , the rally organizer Jason Kessler blamed the  law enforcement officers for the violence over the whole weekend in which the  woman was badly  killed and almost more than 30 people were also injured.

He  then tried to give explanation about all this and organize a news conference at the city hall but was also  chased away by  the counter protesters, who all at it but then drowned him out as he tried to speak.

McAuliffe said that  he had suddenly  visited with  their  families of the two state troopers — among that one is his pilot and the other is one of the  member of his protection detail — who were killed in a helicopter crash on  Saturday as they helped to monitor the situation in the Charlottesville.

The governor also praised the  Heather Heyer, along a  32-year-old woman who was killed on Saturday when his  car slammed into the  crowd of the counter protesters.

“She was doing what she loved,” as Said by McAuliffe. “She was fighting for the democracy, (for) the free speech, to stop the hatred and the bigotry.”

Messages from the top

The Vice President Mike Pence condemned the violence in the Charlottesville while on the  trip abroad. “We have no kind of tolerance for the hate and the violence from the white supremacists, the neo-Nazis or the KKK,” the vice president said that while in the Cartagena, Colombia. “These dangerous fringe groups have no place in the American public life and it is  as  simple as in the American debate and we  heartily condemn them in all the strongest possible terms.”

Pence’s remarks had come after the  critics blasted the President Donald Trump for not specifically mentioning the white supremacists or any other groups during the Trump’s remarks on Saturday.

The White House aides who had appeared on this Sunday morning the political talks shows off the  tried to walk along the line between the  condemning of a  terrorist attack at the hands of the  suspected white the nationalist and the denying that the President failed to go far as enough with his words on Saturday.

On this  Sunday night the Pence also  said that The President had also made it very  clear about the behavior by the all others of all different militant perspectives and  are also unacceptable in our political debate and the discourse.” The vice president also criticized the media, saying that  it would devoted some more time to show what Trump had said than the people who engaged in the violence. Later on Earlier, the governor had joined some other state leaders to preach about unity all at the historically black church in the Charlottesville.

“We come to you early in  this morning just to reassure you that the Commonwealth of the Virginia and all of us that they  are all  in this together will not and do not condone the  white supremacists that brought their hatred and the  bigotry to the Commonwealth of the Virginia,” Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam told the Mount Zion First African Baptist Church, to the roaring applause.

That’s not what it’s all about. So he  is  here this morning, as their lieutenant governor, and also as the  doctor, just to start the healing process.” In Even Less than 24 hours he had passed since the  driver plowed into the demonstrators protesting against the white nationalists in the Charlottesville.

As McAuliffe asked the congregation for the  moment of the  silence to honor the Hoyer and the troopers, “who have lost their lives yesterday after doing what they really loved doing — fighting for the freedom.” “I feel right at the home here specially at the Mount Zion church,” as the governor said. “I was invited today to go on a lot of the TV shows. I turned all of them down, because I needed to be where I should be, here in this beautiful church here even  today.”

All The racial that  divides on  the fueled Saturday’s violence were also replaced by the unity on Sunday as one of the white elected official after the another received standing of the ovations from the black congregation at the  Mount Zion.

“We will move through this stronger than as we were yesterday,”  the Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer told about this to the crowd. Many People around the nation had marched this Sunday in support of the Charlottesville. There were more than 130 rallies from the Maine to the California, according to the CNN tally of the events posted to the social media.

f lost their lives yesterday after doing what they really loved doing — fighting for the freedom.” “I feel right at the home here specially at the Mount Zion church,” as the governor said. “I was invited today to go on a lot of the TV shows. I turned all of them down, because I needed to be where I should be, here in this beautiful church here even  today.”

All The racial that  divides on  the fueled Saturday’s violence were also replaced by the unity on Sunday as one of the white elected official after the another received standing of the ovations from the black congregation at the  Mount Zion.

“We will move through this stronger than as we were yesterday,”  the Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer told about this to the crowd. Many People around the nation had marched this Sunday in support of the Charlottesville. There were more than 130 rallies from the Maine to the California, according to the CNN tally of the events posted to the social media.

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