The POS who is exposing the identities of participants in Friday night’s Unite the Right torch parade is keeping his identity a secret. I assume he’s a Jew paid by George Soros to create as much suppression of free speech as possible.
Obviously, doxxing Black Lives Matters individuals would be meaningless since they’re on welfare and have no jobs. The antifa often wear masks. When they don’t it might be possible to throw a turd in one of them’s milk pail from time to time. I have the feeling that most of them work in head shops, tattoo parlors, strip clubs, and other positions suitable for lowlife, violent scum.
A white nationalist has been fired from his job as Twitter begins naming and shaming alt-right supporters involved in yesterday’s deadly Charlottesville rally.
Cole White was identified as one of the alt-right protesters at the violent Unite the Right march on Twitter by user Yes, You’re Racist.
After his employers Top Dog restaurant, in Berkeley, were alerted that White attended the rally, he was fired.
A spokesman told reporters they would be releasing a full statement tomorrow but ‘for now, we feel it is imperative to let you know that Cole White is no longer employed by Top Dog, LLC’.
An employee at Top Dog confirmed to DailyMail.com that White had been fired.
White is just one among many alleged protesters who have been named and shamed by Twitter users, who are using photographs from the event to try and identify members of the alt-right.
Peter Cvjetanovic, 20, of Reno, has been identified as the angry-looking torch bearer who marched through the University of Virginia on Friday night with hundreds of white supremacists and nationalists.
The student, an undergraduate studying history and political science, told KTVN he had traveled to the march ‘for the message that white European culture has a right to be here just like every other culture’.
‘It is not perfect; there are flaws to it, of course. However I do believe that the replacement of the statue will be the slow replacement of white heritage within the United States and the people who fought and defended and built their homeland.
‘Robert E Lee is a great example of that. He wasn’t a perfect man, but I want to honor and respect what he stood for during his time.’
He added that he wasn’t the ‘angry’ person seen in the photos but defended his beliefs as ‘a white nationalist.’
‘I care for all people,’ he said. ‘We all deserve a future for our children and for our culture. White nationalists aren’t all hateful; we just want to preserve what we have.’
That last paragraph sure runs counter to the hateful “Nazi” narrative that Big Media is pushing.
More story and pictures at the Mail.