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.
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.