Charlottesville has its boogeymen and it’s not letting go

This weekend marks the one year anniversary of the police stand down that led to the Antifa riot and the death of Heather Heyer last August in Charlottesville. Hundreds rallied yesterday, with more expected today. On Wednesday, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and the City of Charlottesville declared a preemptive state of emergency, and released the details for a locked down security zone around the downtown mall.

The city has banned a long list of items considered to be an “Implement of Riot,” and police officials have promised a heavy presence to deter violence. In addition, the Virginia National Guard has been authorized to assist in security efforts. And, lastly, for the general safety of the public, the city is closing roads, recreation parks, and the local recycling center for the weekend.
-John Deaux

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6 Responses to Charlottesville has its boogeymen and it’s not letting go

  1. Exile1981 says:

    And yet it allowed Antifa the rioters from last year to march again this year.

    • anonymous says:

      Right ? Allowing one side to protest at a time would be far easier to control and prosecute. Dual permission slips – what could happen ?

  2. Daniel K Day says:

    And our local NPR, no surprise, just used the expression “led to 4 deaths” about last year’s event, as if the conservatives had murdered 4 people including the 2 on the police helicopter.
    My wife listens to the lying pricks while making breakfast.

  3. H says:

    They’re closing the recycling center? Whatever for? They afraid somebody is gonna recycle all that horse shit they’re spreading around?

    • Sanders says:

      Because the Chinese said they aren’t going to take American trash anymore for recycling. But they’ll use any excuse to make it fit their agenda.

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