Investigation Reveals Failure of Charlottesville Police to Protect People During White Nationalist Rally

After looking at several versions of the story reporting on the investigation into the Charlottesville police department’s failings, I could find nothing about the role played by the city’s Jewish mayor in inciting violence.

Mayor Mike Signer’s Jewish privilege has apparently gotten him a pass. Signer, in this writer’s humble opinion, was the typical Jew wanting chaos. In this case, he hoped the chaos would be blamed on White Nationalists, which it was to a large degree.

If the report won’t call out Signer, we will. He’s a scumbag liberal Jew aiming for higher office. He’s a skunk, not to be trusted or hold any position of responsibility.

MIKE SIGNER, GUILTY JEW MAYOR OF CHARLOTTESVILLE.

Here’s the story of the report that damns Chalottesville.

NPR

An independent review of Charlottesville’s handling of the white nationalist rally there in August found that law enforcement and city officials made several significant mistakes, resulting in violence and distrust.

The city commissioned the report, which was prepared by Timothy Heaphy, a former U.S. attorney in Virginia. In conducting the investigation, Heaphy said his team pored through hundreds of thousands of documents, interviewed hundreds of witnesses, and reviewed countless hours of video and audio.

The resulting 220-page report is a detailed record of the chaos and conflict that unspooled in the Virginia college town. It is unsparing in identifying the errors authorities made that day and in the preceding months.

The city failed to protect either free expression or public safety, the report finds: “This represents a failure of one of government’s core functions — the protection of fundamental rights. Law enforcement also failed to maintain order and protect citizens from harm, injury, and death. Charlottesville preserved neither of those principles on August 12, which has led to deep distrust of government within this community.”

The “most tragic manifestation” of the failure to protect public safety was the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, the report says.

LUMBERING LAND WHALE HEATHER HEYER.

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Richard Spencer Declares Victory After UF Speech

Richard Spencer has come out alive and uninjured from his University of Florida speech on Thursday. He’s also gotten millions of dollars of free publicity from the press coverage.

If reporters were hoping that violence would break out on a massive scale (and they were), they left disappointed.

I’ve put together the following in-depth article, the full video of Spencer’s talk, a short video with interviews of protesters and supporters, plus a handful of relevant White Nationalist Tweets.

Los Angeles Times

White nationalist Richard Spencer to noisy Florida protesters: You didn’t shut me down

Students and other audience members heavily booed white nationalist Richard Spencer on Thursday as he gave a speech at the University of Florida, where the atmosphere was tense but mostly peaceful as police in riot gear kept watch.

“We represent a new white America,” said one speaker who came onstage to introduce Spencer.

“Black lives matter,” student protesters responded. “Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

Later, Spencer’s supporters, some of whom filled the front rows of the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, chanted back: “You will not replace us!”

“Go home, Spencer!” protesters intoned after Spencer began speaking.

“You are trying to stifle our free speech,” Spencer said as the crowd continuously booed and chanted through his speech, in which he recited his ideas about the “ideal” of a white nation.

Police and media helicopters circled over the area Thursday as hundreds of protesters marched in opposition to Spencer’s appearance. Demonstrators were met by a blockade of police wearing riot gear.

“From what I’ve learned, this guy just preaches hate,” said one of the marchers, LaMonte Kendrick, 22, of Gainesville. “What he says doesn’t make sense. It’s like the ’60s or something. Gainesville’s already had enough hate and racism in its history.”

Spencer’s last major public appearance with other white nationalists ended with a deadly riot in Charlottesville, Va., in August.

Spencer gained national prominence in recent years for his support of President Trump and for his views calling for a separate nation for white people. The apparent resurgence in white nationalism in the United States has sparked anti-supremacists to mobilize with their own efforts, including nonviolent demonstrations and pressure campaigns on companies providing services to white nationalists and sometimes violent attacks intended to drive them out of public spaces.

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Heads Up: Richard Spencer to Speak at UF at 2:30 Today as Hundreds of Cops Mass to Prevent Violence While Jews Stir the Pot

RICHARD SPENCER OF THE NATIONAL POLICY INSTITUTE.

The message the (((fake news media))) is spewing is that Richard Spencer is a threat. The universities and politicians have redefined hate to mean any opposition to your own destruction if you’re white.

Spencer’s positive message of white identity is in the same spirit as messages advocating for Mexican identity, black identity, Chinese identity, lgbt identity, and so forth. But when a white person notes that every group except whites is free in America to promote it’s group interests, that white person is labeled an extremist, a threat, and so forth.

Smart white college students in Florida should recognize that when this much effort is being made to demonize someone, then maybe that someone has something interesting to say.

Orlando Sentinel

GAINESVILLE — White nationalist Richard Spencer will speak today at the University of Florida, an event which has stoked fears on campus in light of the violence at an August rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Spencer’s National Policy Institute will host an event 2:30 p.m. at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

A group calling itself “No Nazis at UF” plans to protest outside the event and nearly 3,000 people had indicated on Facebook that they planned to participate as of Wednesday, Students also staged a sit-in at a student Senate meeting earlier in the week.

The anti-Spencer group had urged UF President W. Kent Fuchs to cancel the event, as did UF’s chapters of the United Faculty of Florida and Graduate Assistants United.

Spencer, they argued, represents a threat to safety on campus.

“We are disappointed that the individuals who advocate for a Spencer visit to campus have ignored the rights of thousands of employees to safety and dignity on the job,” UFF’s leadership wrote in an editorial published this month by The Gainesville Sun.

The university told students and staff that week that class will be in session today, though some tests times were adjusted and some buildings will only be accessible with university-issued IDs.

Students should expect a major police presence.

UF President W. Kent Fuchs said Wednesday he expected more than 500 law-enforcement officers to be on campus Thursday. The final tab to protect the event, he said, will likely top $600,000.

This week, Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in Alachua County, with an executive order that warned a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent.” The order allows local law-enforcement to partner with state and other agencies to provide security.

Spencer events on other campuses have sometimes prompted skirmishes between Spencer’s supporters and opponents, including “Antifa,” or anti-fascists. U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and Fuchs urged people to boycott Spencer’s speech at UF.

Spencer has drawn added scrutiny since participating in an August rally in Charlottesville, during which white nationalist demonstrators marched with torches chanting slogans, including “Jews will not replace us” and the Nazi-inspired “blood and soil.”

Some wore or displayed swastikas or Ku Klux Klan imagery.

Spencer, who calls himself a protector of “the white majority,” is considered an extremist and a white supremacist by both the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, which track hate groups.

W. Kent Fuchs, the president of UF, has a history of Tweets that kiss Jew ass. He may be a Jew. He looks like one. Whatever, he’s strongly against the free marketplace of ideas. Here’s his two minute message to America:

I’m obligated by a commitment to truth to restate that I have my suspicions about Richard Spencer. Let’s see how he does at UF.

Although Spencer is a long way from being a so-called Nazi, the Jews in Gainesville are exploiting muh Holocaust to seek favors from law enforcement. Like Spencer is going to firebomb a synagogue in broad daylight. LOL.

RABBI BERL GOLDMAN. KIKE AGITATOR.

WUFT

For Rabbi Berl Goldman, preparations for white nationalist Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida have been going on for a while.

Goldman, the rabbi at the Lubavitch-Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center in Gainesville, said that hundreds of students and parents have contacted him expressing their anger and fear regarding Spencer’s appearance, scheduled for Oct. 19.

“It’s not a matter of if we are going to be affected,” Goldman said. “We are affected. I believe all of humanity — decent people of all religions, races, colors, men, women and children — are affected by this.”

The rabbi said local Jewish organizations and law enforcement have held several meetings to prepare.

Goldman said he specifically has been in touch with the Gainesville and university police departments as well as federal law enforcement. He said UF and its president, Kent Fuchs, have also been proactive during the past few months in preparing.

Chabad has multiple cameras installed throughout its building to monitor activity on a daily basis. The center is putting in place additional security measures, but they are known only by members of the internal staff.

“We take this extremely seriously,” Goldman said, “because we know we are a target.”

Chabad is a safe haven for many students, and it will continue to be so throughout the event, Goldman said.

“We hope to overwhelm darkness with light,” Goldman said. “Each person can do something to counter this in the right way.”

Goldman said he prefers to not call Spencer by name, and he refers to Spencer’s organization, the National Policy Institute, as the “group coming to campus.”

Florida Governor Declares STATE OF EMERGENCY Ahead of Richard Spencer’s Speech at U. of Florida

RICHARD SPENCER IN CHARLOTTESVILLE LAST AUGUST.

Assuming that Richard Spencer is not a Soros stooge whose purpose is to damage the alt-right, he’s a better representative for the movement than is MILO.

Florida isn’t going to let the Antifa run wild the way Jewish Mayor Mike Signer did in Charlottesville.

Sun-Sentinel

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is declaring a state of emergency in advance of a speech white nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to give at the University of Florida.

Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County. Spencer is slated to speak at the campus in Gainesville on Thursday.

Spencer participated in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that led to deadly violence in August.

Scott’s executive order will allow local law-enforcement authorities to partner with state and other law-enforcement agencies to provide security for the event. The university has already said it expects to spend $500,000 on security.

The governor is also activating the Florida National Guard to help with security if needed.

Let’s pick up the rest of the story from the New York Post:

Local authorities had asked Scott to declare the state of emergency in advance of Spencer’s UF event, the Sentinel reports.

His executive order ultimately means that the Division of Emergency Management — the state agency typically in charge of hurricane relief efforts — will now help police keep the peace during it, while also placing the Florida National Guard on standby.

Anti-fascist protesters, known as Antifa, plan to demonstrate on Thursday in response to Spencer’s seminar. Social media users, on both sides, have threatened to get violent at the event.

Police on Monday said they plan to use the state of emergency as a way to avoid a tragedy like Charlottesville.

“What was needed was the ability to reach out to some specialty teams,” Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell told the Sentinel. “We’ve never been able to predict the unknown and we just don’t know what to expect.”

Spencer, meanwhile, says the executive order was overkill.

“If someone is coming to speak I feel like declaring the state of emergency is out of bounds,” he told the Naples Daily News. “I feel like this may be an excuse to cancel the event but I simply don’t know…There’s no good reason why the speech shouldn’t take place.”

Expect Soros-funded anarchists posing as Nazis or as Trump supporters to try to start something in order to discredit the alt-right and Trump. If Spencer is a stooge that would be why he keeps popping up everywhere.

Charlottesville City Council Creates Task Force to Block Future White Nationalist Rallies

With no Antifa and other lefturds around to start the violence, Saturday’s White Nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia was both peaceful and legal.

That hasn’t stopped the town’s Jew mayor and his lackeys on the town council from trying to deny dissident whites their Constitutional rights.

Newsplex

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) — The Charlottesville City Council has announced the creation of an internal task force to prevent rallies, like the one carried out by torch-wielding white nationalists, from ever happening again.

In response to the rally on Saturday, which was led by alt-right leader Richard Spencer, council has asked the city manager’s office to build a task force with a responsibility of creating a plan to prevent future re-occurrences.

In a statement, the city says the task force will continue to develop proactive strategies regarding the law, policing, regulations, communications, intelligence-gathering, and community outreach to vulnerable populations regarding white nationalist events in Charlottesville.

The task force will guide the city government actions through the Office of the City Manager.

“Charlottesville is one of the world’s great cities. Our progressive and welcoming policies and our belief in telling the truth about race in our history are all key to our success,” said Mayor Mike Signer. “The so-called ‘alt-right’ believes intimidation and intolerance will stop us from our work. They could not be more wrong. We must marshal all our resources, legal and otherwise, to protect our public and support our values of inclusion and diversity in the future.”

City Council will be regularly briefed on the work and recommendations of the task force and will be able to take action where it deems necessary.

Signer’s proclamations, which amount to political grandstanding and pandering to the national Democrat party, is one of the most disgusting political figures to emerge in America in the last 50 years.

So you don’t forget what he looks like, here’s a photo followed by a Tweet with the documentation related to the task force.

VILE UNAMERICAN OPPORTUNIST MIKE SIGNER.

Led by Richard Spencer, White Nationalists Hold Surprise Torch Rally in Charlottesville Tonight

Unannounced, a small group of white patriots reclaimed the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia as they have every right to do.

The march went off without any trouble because so-called white supremacists are not troublemakers.

CBS News

A group of white nationalists, including prominent alt-right leader Richard Spencer, held a torch-lit rally Saturday in Charlottesville, CBS affiliate WCAV reports.

The marchers chanted “you will not replace us” and “we will be back” at Emancipation Park, according to WCAV. The rally only lasted about 20 minutes before they dispersed.

Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer tweeted Saturday night that the city is looking into legal options.

Another despicable visit by neo-Nazi cowards. You’re not welcome here! Go home! Meantime we’re looking at all our legal options. Stay tuned.

— Mike Signer (@MikeSigner) October 8, 2017

Meanwhile, three people were arrested following a protest during a bicentennial celebration at the University of Virginia on Friday.

The star-studded show featured performances by Leslie Odom Jr., the star of Broadway’s “Hamilton” and the Goo Goo Dolls.

The Daily Progress reports that as journalist Katie Couric, a university alumna, was introducing the next act, three activists climbed in front of a screen. They unfurled a banner that read, “200 years of white supremacy.”

The three people arrested were students, according to WCAV.

The university has faced criticism from some students over its response to this summer’s white nationalist rallies in the city. Critics have also called on the school to do more to acknowledge racist parts of its past.

The incidents come almost two months after a white nationalist rally at the same location in Charlottesville that left one woman dead and at least 19 others injured. A torch-lit rally was held the night before.

A reminder that corrupt (((Mayor Mike Signer))) is the one who ordered the police to stand down so that the Antifa could have easy pickings in beating up the white free speech advocates back in August when the stuff hit the fan.

Richmond.com adds additional details.

White nationalists, including “alt-right” leader Richard Spencer, assembled once again at the foot of Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee statue in Emancipation Park, armed with torches in what Spencer dubbed “Charlottesville 3.0.”

Spencer, Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler, and members of white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups first gathered at the Lee statue on May 13. On Aug. 11, the day before the rally, another torch-bearing march concluded at the University of Virginia Rotunda. Spencer and Kessler are both graduates of U.Va., which celebrated its bicentennial on Friday.

At about 8 p.m. Saturday, about three dozen people chanted “we will be back,” according to NBC29. A reporter for the TV station said police maintained a presence at the park, which is closed to the public starting at 11 p.m.

“While we prefer protesters get permits like any other event,” city spokeswoman Miriam Dicker said in an email, “such assemblies are protected by the First Amendment and we do not interfere unless we perceive a legal or safety issue.”

In a video on Twitter, Spencer called the rally “Charlottesville 3.0” and deemed it a “great success” that should be repeated by others.

Local residents also took action upon learning about the rally, congregating at U.Va.’s Rotunda, where the Aug. 11 rally was held, as well as at the Islamic Society of Central Virginia and Congregation Beth Israel to check on the safety of the sites.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe said the state is “monitoring this situation as we continue to oppose these racists and their message of hate” in a tweet, but he did not elaborate.

Statues of Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson are currently concealed by black tarps.

Charlottesville Residents Call for Resignation of Jew Mayor, Black Police Chief and City Manager

TOWN MEETING. RACISTS EXERCISING THEIR WHITE PRIVILEGE.

Voters who think you should get rid of Jews and blacks for their antiwhite racism must be racist antisemites. Haven’t they heard? Whites have no rights except those given by Jews and blacks.

None of the parties who are partly if not wholly responsible for the Charlottesville, Virginia violence are going to go gently into that good night.

Local residents hopefully have a mechanism to impeach their Jewish Mayor, Mike Signer. When he goes, the rest go.

I believe this call for the mayor’s scalp has been going on for two weeks now. This story is dated August 27. It’s the latest news about Charlottesville’s despicable public officials that I could find.

WDBJ7

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Several people in Charlottesville are calling for the resignations of the mayor, city manager, and police chief following recent events.

“Mr. Signer, Mr. Jones, Mr. Thomas, the people demand your immediate resignation,” said one man who spoke at the town hall.

A lot of people were angry with Mayor Mike Signer, City Manager Maurice Jones, and Police Chief Alfred Thomas on how they handled the events on Aug. 12.

“Finger-pointing and leaked memos shows that you all wreak of desperation of what little is left of your careers,” the man added.

Dozens of people shared their experiences from that day and say the police were nowhere to be found.

One woman said her porch was vandalized by protesters.

“They never should have been allowed to be given permits to start with,” she said. “This is our city and we need to take it back now.”

Some people say the way police handled the rally on Aug. 12 was a lot different than July 8.

Specifically, they wanted to know why the Ku Klux Klan was protected by the police, and why the say the protesters on Aug. 12 were not.

“When those people came packing with all that heavy artillery, tell me why the came for war?,” one woman at the town hall said.

Former U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy is investigating how the city handled the July 8 and Aug. 12 rallies.

Some who spoke also said the meeting was not helping the city move forward.

They say they city is hurting, not healing.

“If this is the best you can do negotiate your packages move to the next town, learn your lessons from whatever you can from this and move on,” one man at the town hall said. “This town needs better, it deserves better, and you are failing us.”

They want city leaders to step up and be held accountable.

“All of them to give us the answers on why the police failed the community that day,” a woman at the town hall said.

Signer also responded to Sunday’s town hall.

“This was an important opportunity for us to listen to folks from around our shared community as they shared their stories and their ideas for moving forward,” said Signer in a statement to CBS19.

MAYOR MIKE SIGNER.