Because my Internet connection is hopelessly bad for now, I haven’t been able to watch the Twitter video below. All I can say is that I would believe nothing the Nog has to say.
Heh, heh. The Nibber knows nothing! Somebody else wrote his sh*t talk for him.
One person was killed and nineteen others were injured in Charlottesville, Virginia, after a car plowed through a group of counter-protesters who were demonstrating against an alt-right and white nationalist rally.
Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said a 32-year-old woman was killed and the suspect vehicle which fled was found moments later and a male driver was arrested.
“We are currently treating this as a criminal homicide investigation,” Thomas said at a press conference. “The premediated violence that our community experienced today was completely unacceptable,” he said.
The University of Virginia Health System said it was treating 19 patients from the car crash — five are in critical condition, four are in serious condition, six are fair and four are in good condition.
Described as a group of “anti-racist protesters” by a witness who took video of the crash, the group of marchers was packed close together at the end of a street near the intersection of Fourth and Water streets in downtown Charlottesville when the car struck.
Brennan Gilmore, a 37-year-old who works for a start up, shot the footage and said he heard tires squealing before he saw a gray Dodge Charger build up speed and ram the crowd. It hit a number of people before plowing into the bumper of another car.
“It was very clearly intentional,” Gilmore told NBC News. “From the far end of the street it accelerated, slowed down right before the crowd and then slammed on the gas through the crowd sending bodies flying. And then it reversed back into the street dragging bodies and clothes.”
The car then backed up and fled the scene.
Thirty-five people overall were treated for injuries by city personnel, Thomas said, and 14 of those were hurt in “individual engagements” as violence flared amid the white nationalist rally and counter-protests. No injuries were reported from interactions with police, he said.
Ahead of the rally that was planned for noon, different groups of protesters clashed with hundreds of white nationalists, Ku Klux Klan members and neo-Nazis throughout the day. They began to disperse after Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency and police told attendees to depart.
“I have a message to all the white supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesville today: Our message is plain and simple. Go home. You are not wanted in this great commonwealth,” McAuliffe said at a press conference Saturday.
McAuliffe, you filthy Jew-controlled scumbag, you damn well know that White Identitarians have no place to go. You won’t give us our own country, so we’re going to take our old country back from the likes of you.
You go home to Israel, you lying monster. And take your best pals, Bill and Hillary Clinton, with you.