I guess you can’t blame a mother for talking up what she thinks are the good qualities of her dead daughter. Today, everyone wants his 3 minutes of fame, and talking to the press can get you that.
Mom’s name is Susan Bro. The daughter was Heather Heyer. What’s up with the name differences. Apparently, as usual today, there is no Dad. Or if there is, the press isn’t interested in him, or maybe he was ashamed of his humongously large, screwed up daughter.
Heyer did have one good quality. She had a dog. I like that. After the humans have put Heyer out of their minds, I guarantee her dog will still be missing her.
Excerpt from NBC News
Heyer, who worked for a law firm in nearby Ruckersville, Virginia, had decided to travel to Charlottesville to join a group of counter-protesters, her family said.
“She was there with her friends, and she was trying to simply cross the street as the movement was breaking up that day, and she was plowed down by a young man who was intent on spreading hate and thought hate would fix the world,” Heyer’s mother, Susan Bro, told NBC News. “And hate does not fix the world.”
In all honesty, mom has been watching too much Big Media. The narrative was set early. James Field was to be labeled an alt-right domestic terrorist, in spite of evidence that he was trying to drive out of town when he got caught up in the middle of antifa violence. BTW, the Charlottesville police let the antifa carry aluminum baseball bats to use to confront the alt-right marchers.
Sarah Albro, a former coworker and friend of Heyer’s, said it wasn’t a surprise that she’d attended the counter-protest.
“She was vocal. She had transgender friends. She had black friends. She had gay friends. She had a very wide range of friends, and she never met anyone who was a stranger,” Albro said.
“I wouldn’t say that she was an activist,” Albro added. “But I would say that she felt strongly about certain things and had no problem standing up and showing support.”
I personally don’t consider a female having trannies, fags, and Negros to be a plus. It’s not that surprising that a feminist like Albro would say that, though.
In case you missed what Heyer looked like:
Bro said she assumed that Heyer was going to be at the protest, but she didn’t feel comfortable dissuading her daughter from attending.
“I always encouraged her to be strong and strong-minded — even though that wasn’t always easy to raise — but I was always proud of what she was doing,” Bro said as her voice began to crack.
“She was a fun-loving person and tenderhearted person,” she added, “but at times she could be tough as nails, too.”
A vigil for Heyer is expected at 7 p.m. Sunday at Emancipation Park — the intended site of Saturday’s alt-right rally.
There’s nothing really new here other than the dog. You had to figure that the deceased had no fatherly presence to warn her about the dangers of diversity and mudsharking. And perhaps Heyer learned to overeat from mom, who is also well fed.
America: Where walking in the street and getting hit by a car and killed makes you a hero. Fuxated!