Charlottesville Stinks of a Democratic Party Psyop
August 20, 2017
(Start at 2 min. Many contradictions. Eg. James Fields was filmed in the uniform of this group but they denied he was a member )
We don't have a smoking gun but
circumstantial evidence indicates that
Charlottesville was another staged psyop designed
to polarize the nation and stigmatize
Donald Trump as a Nazi.
It's disgraceful that YouTubers have to explode these psyops
because MSM and police have been subverted. But in light of
9-11 and Sandy hook, what else is new?
By Patricia McCarthy
(abridged by henrymakow.com)
The ridiculous campaign by virtually every media outlet, every Democrat and far too many squishy Republicans to label Trump some kind of racist and Nazi sympathizer is beginning to have the stink of an orchestrated smear. The conflagration in Charlottesville is beginning to feel like a set-up, perhaps weeks or months in the planning.
Planned by whom? Time may tell. We know that Michael Signer, the mayor of Charlottesville, declared his city to be the "capital of the resistance" just after Trump's inauguration. We know that Gov. Terry McAuliffe is a corruptocrat, joined at the hip to the Clintons. He pardoned sixty-thousand felons in order to ensure he delivered his state to the presidential election of Hillary Clinton. We know he would like to run for president himself.
We know that Obama and his inner circle have set up a war room in his D.C. home to plan and execute resistance to the Trump administration and his legislative agenda. None of these people care about the American people, or the fact that Trump won the election because millions of people voted for him.
They suggest those deranged persons who gathered in Charlottesville as members of one of several fringe groups, Unite The Right, neo-Nazi or KKK, are Trump's base -- as if there are more than a few hundred or thousand of them throughout the country. There are not enough of them to affect anything or elect anyone. Those who are actual members of these small groups are most likely mentally ill to one degree or another. Trump has disavowed them all, over and over and over again.
Liz Crokin, an entertainment reporter and no fan of Trump, wrote in 2016 that she had covered Trump for over a decade and in all that time, no one had ever suggested he was racist, homophobic, or sympathetic to white supremacists. That all began after he announced his campaign. It is as fake a narrative as the "Russia collusion" meme. The left set out to defame Trump from moment one. When he won the election, their shock, dismay and intolerance for every opinion that differs from their own shifted into hysterical overdrive. They mounted their crusade to destroy his presidency on Nov. 9, 2016.
(Jewish Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler was organizer of Occupy Wall Street)
What if Signer and McAuliffe, in
conjunction with Antifa and other Soros-funded groups like Black
Lives Matter, planned and orchestrated what happened in
Charlottesville and meant for events to unfold roughly as they did?
If they did, it was icing on their sick, immoral cake. If this was
all part of a plan, one would hope those behind it suffer for their
part in and responsibility for the tragic death of a young woman,
Heather Heyer. The "founder" of Unite The Right, Jason
Kessler, was an activist with Occupy Wall Street and Obama
He sees himself as a professional provocateur. What if he was a ringer, a phony who revels in riling up some crazy people for some political purpose? We know the left is skilled in all manner of dirty tricks. That sort of thing was Robert Creamer's job for the Hillary campaign, hiring thugs to incite violence that could then be blamed on Trump supporters. Think of Ferguson, Baltimore, Berkeley, etc. Antifa and BLM are every bit as fascist as any of the supremacist groups; they are more violent and there are more of them. Why is the left so afraid to admit this fact? Even Peter Beinart did in the Atlantic, written before last Saturday.
Since that day, the call to remove the statues on display that honor any members of the Confederacy has become shrill and frenzied. Erasing American history benefits no one and only condemns us to repeat past mistakes. The supremacist groups had a permit; they had applied months earlier. The Antifa and Black Lives Matter groups did not have a permit. The local police at some point, on whose order we do not know, turned the pro-statue groups toward the Antifa and BLM groups, many of whom were armed with lethal weapons - soda cans filled with cement, bottles filled with urine, baseball bats and boards with screws protruding to do maximum harm, and improvised flamethrowers.
(Was Fields, lower right, really the driver, left?)
These are the people who
initiated the violence. How was this not a planned melee? Pit
groups of demented racists -- all of them on both sides are
certainly that -- against each other and violence is sure to occur.
(Certainly, there were decent people among the protestors and
counter-protesters who had no affiliation with the supremacist groups
or Antifa or BLM. Heather Heyer was among them.) ...
Finally, Trump's press conference on Tuesday made the left's heads explode. Why? Because everything he said was absolutely true. He does not play by their tyrannical PC rules. He said what was true and that room full of puerile reporters shouting insults at him could not handle the truth. They want what they want to be true but it just is not. This entire episode, the behavior of all those protesters in Charlottesville and the bizarre behavior of the media will likely drive future voters to Trump, not away from him.
Millions more than those who voted for him
are as likely to be sick to death of the self-righteous preening of
the talking heads: Chuck Todd, Jake Tapper, Don Lemon, Shep Smith,
etc. There must be a contest to see who can appear to be the most
egregiously triggered by what Trump did or did not say.
(Nationalists chanted "Jews will not replace us." )
So were the events of Saturday the result of a despicable plan to further undermine Trump? There was plenty of time and Charlottesville is the "capital of resistance." If it was, it was evil and deadly and the people involved need to be prosecuted. Or is this a wild conspiracy theory? Perhaps. But the pieces fit. Will the DOJ and the FBI actually investigate the many mysteries that surround the events of that day? Not likely. The left in this country has long been and seems to remain above the law. But someday, maybe someone will come forward and tell the truth. What is certain is that the violence could easily have been prevented with the common sense strategies civilized cities put in place. America deserves much better from its media and its elected officials. The only person remembering why he is there is Donald Trump.
Related- Something Strange is Going On (Video above)
First Comment from Dave B:
What you do see and would be impossible to match are the windshield broken the way it is.. The hood and grill looking the same in each photo.
The left photos shows one of the two strips..But very faintly.