Felony Arrest Warrant Issued for Charlottesville Black Who Claimed to Have Been Beaten by White Nationalists

WHITE MAN DANIEL PATRICK BORDEN. ARRESTED FOR SELF DEFENSE.

“WHITE MAN” ALEX MICHAEL RAMOS. ARRESTED FOR SELF DEFENSE.

No mugshot of Deandre Harris is available yet because he apparently hasn’t been booked yet. This is a developing story.

Two white men, one of whom can’t be a white supremacist (see above), were already hunted down and arrested for attacking Harris when the video evidence clearly showed an angry Negro walking the streets of Charlottesville looking to fight the “Nazis and KKK.”

Harris was spoiling for a fight and got one. Liberals then used him to smear the peaceful white rally participants as violent thugs by having Borden and Ramos arrested.

Now the tables have turned. The so-called black victim is wanted for attacking the white men.

MSN

A 20-year-old black man who was rushed and brutally assaulted by a group of white supremacists in Charlottesville two months ago is now himself facing a felony charge.

Deandre Harris was participating in a counterprotest to the white nationalists’ “Unite the Right” rally in August when a clash broke out in a parking garage near the University of Virginia campus.

Video of the incident shows Harris on the ground being violently kicked and beaten with poles by several attackers.

One person involved in the brawl, who has not been identified by authorities, has now accused Harris of injuring him during the exchange. The Charlottesville police department said in a press release on Monday it has issued an arrest warrant for Harris for unlawful wounding.

The video and several images of Harris’ beating went viral, triggering a social media crusade to identify the white supremacists responsible for the violence. Harris told media he had suffered injuries from the beating including lacerations to his head, a concussion, a broken wrist, and a chipped tooth.

Two men — 18-year-old Daniel Borden of Ohio and 33-year-old Michael Ramos of Georgia — were identified, arrested, extradited to Virginia, and charged with malicious wounding in August. At a court hearing for Ramos last month, his attorney reportedly said it may have been Harris who “struck the first blow in that fracas.”

Harris’ attorney S. Lee Merritt has described the charge against his client as “clearly retaliatory” and said Harris will soon turn himself into police.

“We find it highly offensive and upsetting, but what’s more jarring is that he’s been charged with the same crime as the men who attacked him,” Merritt told The Washington Post.

He added that it was “highly unusual” for a warrant to come from the magistrate rather than the police department, and suggested that the alleged victim had previously made an unsuccessful attempt at accusing Harris.

The Charlottesville Police Department, however, said in its press release that the warrant was issued by the police department, at the request of the magistrate.

“The victim went to the Magistrate’s office, presented the facts of what occurred and attempted to obtain the warrant. The magistrate requested that a detective respond and verify these facts,” the release said. “A Charlottesville Police Department detective did respond, verified the facts and a warrant for Unlawful Wounding (va Code 18.2-51) was issued.”

After news broke of the arrest warrant against Harris on Monday, white nationalists openly celebrated on Twitter. One even suggested that a crowdsourced effort to produce evidence against Harris occurred:

Liberals are trashing the arrest of the po’ ole innocent Nigra in the comments at NBC29

Jewish ADL: Have Hate, Will Travel–The Demographics of the Unite the Right Rally

The title of this post is the Anti-Defamation League’s wording.

To this Jewish supremacist group, white people are not allowed to legally protest or stand up for Western civilization. They call it hate. These Jewish subversives are the real haters.

The ADL admits here to attempting to identify the white protesters. What they plan to do with they information they don’t say. They claim to know the identities of around 40 percent of attendees at the Charlottesville rally in August. Although IDing people may be legal, it’s a form of intimidation.

The ADL has made no effort to identify the violent Antifa.

Excerpt from ADL Blog

Unite the Right drew white supremacists from at least 35 states, according to new research from ADL’s Center on Extremism. This is evidence of the event’s widespread appeal, and of the ability of these extremists to attract a broad, national audience, who are willing to travel significant distances to express their hateful views.

Center on Extremism analysts have identified 200 of the estimated 500-600 individuals who showed up to support Unite the Right. This number does not include the 2000 or so counter-protesters who also lined Charlottesville’s streets on August 12. Most were from the Eastern half of the country, but further-flung states like Alaska, California, Arizona and Washington were also represented. This is attributable in large part to the unprecedented variety of white supremacist groups — from racist skinheads to Klan members — who came together for this event.

The willingness of so many people to commit both time and financial resources to travel for the cause points to a movement energized by the leadership of the alt right, and actively capitalizing on a perceived window of opportunity to spread their message and recruit new members.

It’s also a demonstration of the alt right’s successful transition from a largely an online, or virtual, phenomenon to a “real world” movement.

Among the COE findings:
The alt right is overwhelmingly young and male; only seven percent of the 200 identified Unite the Right attendees were women.

Most alt right adherents are new to white supremacy; this movement is their first association with the ideology.

Unite the Right drew 5 times as many people as any white supremacist event in the last decade. (Prior to Unite the Right, the two largest events in 2017 were the National Socialist Movement’s April 2017 rally in Pikeville, Kentucky, which drew 100 to 125 individuals, and the alt right’s first Charlottesville rally, held in May, which drew 75 to 100 people).

Don’t let the ADL lull you into thinking that the alt-right has arrived. We haven’t. There’s still a lot of work to do.

Trump again blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

In spite of signing a Congressional Resolution condemning white nationalism, President Trump on Thursday aboard Air Force One returned to also placing blame for street violence on the Antifa.

We saw him do similar things during the 2016 election campaign. He would talk about how great the Mexican people were in one breath and then in the next get real with telling stories about Mexican crime, gangs, etc.

As Styx notes in the video in a separate post today, Trump’s always trying to keep the competition off balance. It’s a winning strategy. He’s signaling to the base: Trust me. I’ve got your back.

Times of Israel

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump once again said both sides — white supremacists and those who opposed them — were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last month, an equivalence that has outraged Jewish groups, Jews in his Cabinet and lawmakers from both parties.

Trump, speaking Thursday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida, where he was meeting with victims of Hurricane Irma, described his meeting a day earlier with Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, an African American Republican who has been critical of Trump on race-related matters.

“I think especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you know, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also,” he said when asked what he told Scott regarding the deadly August 12 violence in Charlottesville. Antifa is a loose coalition of leftists ostensibly organized to protect protesters but which has lashed out violently at times at its perceived enemies.

“And essentially that’s what I said,” Trump said. “Now because of what’s happened since then, with Antifa, you look at, you know, really what’s happened since Charlottesville.” he said, apparently referring to clashes between Antifa and right-wing protesters in Berkeley, California on August 27. “A lot of people are saying — in fact a lot of people have actually written, ‘gee Trump might have a point.’ I said, you got some very bad people on the other side also, which is true.”

Antifa represented a small minority of the mostly peaceful counterprotesters in Charlottesville. There were limited skirmishes between its members and white supremacists who were protesting the planned removal of a statue honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Among the 500 or so white supremacists, neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan, many were armed and some sought out counterprotesters to attack. Some carried Nazi flags and shouted racist and anti-Semitic slogans. An alleged white supremacist rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring at least 20 people.

Trump at the time blamed “many sides” for the violence and said there were “very fine people” on both sides. That caused consternation among his Jewish advisers, including reportedly his daughter Ivanka Trump, his top economic adviser Gary Cohn, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and David Shulkin, the secretary of veteran affairs. It also earned widespread condemnation from Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and from Jewish groups.

Trump later seemed to withdraw from that posture and his spokeswoman said this week he looked forward to signing a congressional resolution squarely blaming the white supremacists for the Charlottesville violence.

There’s a lot of misinformation in the article about what actually happened in Charlottesville. The mean old Nazis most assuredly did not attack peaceful social justice warriors who just happened to be armed and violent, knowing the police were going to stand down.

Trump again shows a willingness to be demonized for telling the truth about the left.

Trump Signs Congressional Resolution Condemning White Supremacists

TRUMP JUST SIGNED A RESOLUTION HONORING THIS FILTHY FAT SLUT.

When it rains, it pours.

If you’re white and you have your feet firmly planted on the ground, you might feel disheartened today. The white race is under attack from Republicans, Democrats, mayors, Congress, Donald Trump, the media, Twitter, Jews, and even many of our own people.

The message is that if you’re white, you’re a piece of shit who has no right to exist. Well, maybe the New World Order will tolerate you so long as you work your ass off to support the brown and black dirtbags who are net tax consumers. In other words, they need the white race for a little while longer so that we can dig our own graves.

Smart white people might:

1. Turn the race war on us around and begin attacking our enemies. I have no problem with this. Warrior blood races through the bodies of many white men.

2. Withdraw from the System, consume less, and pay no taxes. Become a tax consumer. Make them pay you welfare. I have no problem with this either.

3. Begin the long political process necessary to achieve a white homeland via secession. I have no problem with this either.

Read the bill that Trump signed at the Congress website.

NBC News

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a resolution passed by Congress condemning white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and other hate groups.

“As Americans, we condemn the recent violence in Charlottesville and oppose hatred, bigotry, and racism in all forms,” Trump said in a statement. “No matter the color of our skin or our ethnic heritage, we all live under the same laws, we all salute the same great flag, and we are all made by the same almighty God.”

The resolution, which Congress overwhelmingly approved this week, honors Heather Heyer, who was killed Aug. 12 when a car was driven into a group of counter-demonstrators protesting against a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Trump was criticized for his response to that deadly act of violence, in which he condemned bigotry and violence “on many sides.”

Critics also assailed Trump after he said that there were good people on “both sides” of the rally, which ostensibly was held to protest the planned removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee.

The resolution, passed by Congress on Monday and Tuesday,urges the Trump administration to speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and white supremacy.

It also calls on the Justice Department and other federal agencies to “use all resources available” to improve data collection on hate crimes and to “address the growing prevalence of those hate groups in the United States.”

Trump said in his statement signing the resolution: “We are a Nation founded on the truth that all of us are created equal. As one people, let us move forward to rediscover the bonds of love and loyalty that bring us together as Americans.”

If you read the law carefully, right at the end, it opens the door to declaring all expressions of pro-white views to be criminal offenses, including about half the content of this site.

If I’m picked up in the middle of the night and disappeared, the rest of you should go on fighting as best as you can.

Here’s the words in the bill that open Pandora’s box:

(6) rejects White nationalism, White supremacy, and neo-Nazism as hateful expressions of intolerance that are contradictory to the values that define the people of the United States; and

(7) urges—

(A) the President and his administration to—

(i) speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and White supremacy; and

(ii) use all resources available to the President and the President’s Cabinet to address the growing prevalence of those hate groups in the United States; and

(B) the Attorney General to work with—

(i) the Secretary of Homeland Security to investigate thoroughly all acts of violence, intimidation, and domestic terrorism by White supremacists, White nationalists, neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and associated groups in order to determine if any criminal laws have been violated and to prevent those groups from fomenting and facilitating additional violence; and

(ii) the heads of other Federal agencies to improve the reporting of hate crimes and to emphasize the importance of the collection, and the reporting to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, of hate crime data by State and local agencies.

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.

Charlottesville Mayor (((Mike Signer))) Under Fire by the Local Citizenry

JEWISH DEMOCRAT MAYOR OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, MIKE SIGNER.

Mayor Mike Signer wanted violence at the August 12 Unite the Right rally in his city. He got it.

Now, he’s ducking responsibility, blaming the bad stuff on his black police chief.

It’s encouraging that the locals aren’t buying Signers line of nonsense.

NBC29

Community members say Mike Signer may be more concerned about his image than accepting responsibility for the city’s failures during the Unite the Right rally on Saturday, August 12.

NBC29 spoke with elected officials, people inside City Hall, and others about the mayor: They all said Signer’s lengthy Facebook post on Thursday, his handling of Monday’s chaotic City Council meeting, and other events were “absolutely improper.”

Former Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Monuments, and Public Spaces Chair Don Gathers, attorney Jeffrey E. Fogel, and others are concerned about the mayor’s finger pointing.

“Even things he may not be directly responsible for, he’s the mayor of this town and he needs to take ownership for it,” Gathers said.

“It was all about him. It was all about, ‘I’m not responsible for anything and don’t ever look at me,’” said. Fogel.

Both men were at Monday’s public meeting, where things got heated and out of hand: “It was like, how could you possibly? And of course, he is responsible for drawing the agenda. None of the other councilors have that responsibility,” said the attorney.

Gathers said just seeing the mayor walk out of that council meeting leaves a sour taste in everyone’s mouth.

Signer’s Facebook statement placed blame for the city’s lack of preparedness to the Unite the Right rally at Emancipation Park squarely on City Manager Maurice Jones and Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas:

The Police Chief reports to the City Manager, who has total operational authority over operations like the ones on August 12. The Mayor and Council have no operational role.

POLICE CHIEF AL THOMAS.

CITY MANAGER MAURICE JONES.

That message went out roughly 30 minutes before a closed session of the Charlottesville City Council. Some councilors said they were unaware of the mayor’s post going into that meeting.

“What people feel like leadership looks like doesn’t involve photo ops or sound bites, and it certainly doesn’t involve throwing some of your town administrators under the bus,” Gathers said.

“This Facebook was merely to put out there to say, ‘I’m not responsible for anything, I’m just the mayor. We have no operational control of the city.’ Now that’s a ridiculous statement on his part,” said Fogel.

Former Charlottesville City Councilor Dede Smith, who was unseated by Signer, said she’s disappointed with what she’s seeing: “Now in this latest tragedy to see the level of self-promotion that is going on, I think it is time to reflect and question whether or not this is a good fit,” she said.

Smith and others say it’s time for healing, reviewing and moving forward as one.

“It’s such a time for leadership, and we’re just not seeing it,” said the former councilor.

NBC29 reached out to Mayor Signer for comment, and have not heard back.

Wow! A Jewish mayor is trying to shift the blame onto the shoulders of two blacks. That may not work. What would be the ideal outcome is if the voters fired all three of them and got white men to replace them.

How racist of me to suggest that. Right? Wrong, Jews and blacks had their chance. Now give white men a chance. I’ll bet they’ll do better.

“fat, disgusting Communist:” Richard Spencer Breaks with Unite the Right Organizer Jason Kessler Over Heather Heyer Insults

HEATHER HEYER MEMORIAL.

There’s a lot going on here, so let me enumerate:

1. White nationalist leaders must be diplomats who choose their words carefully. Insulting any recently dead person is never good form, no matter who they are. Perhaps Osama bin Laden was an exception, but there aren’t many.

2. Leave the insults to propagandists like me: “dead pile of blubber” were the words I used in a title of one post. I’m anonymous as of now, so normies will just think I’m unhinged or whatever, not realizing I’m producing truthful words to make a point. Our leaders can disavow me. I don’t care.

3. Jason Kessler, who organized Unite the Right in Charlottesville, is a self-appointed leader of our movement. That means he should be careful with his words. Many alt-right white nationalists have rushed to condemn his words. Many now believe him to be a leftist plant, a Soros stooge, whose goal was to destroy our movement. See Tweets below.

4. Kessler admits he was on drugs when he wrote the insult. We absolutely do not need leaders who take drugs.

5. Weev, Andrew Anglin’s pal and the owner of the Daily Stormer (probably to help keep the site up by keeping Anglin’s name out of it), claims he hacked Kessler’s account and wrote the offensive Tweet. That’s garbage. We don’t need liars (possible Jew) like Weev as the leaders of our cause.

WEEV’S IMAGE FROM OK CUPID.

Snopes

The issuance of an explosive, late-evening tweet from the account of Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally that ended in fatal violence one week earlier in Charlottesville, Virginia, has prompted a rare condemnation from the entire length and breadth of the United States political spectrum, from extreme left to extreme right.

The criticism was earned by the nature of its comments directed at Heather Heyer, the counter-protester who was killed in a vehicular attack during the 11 August rally. The tweet (since deleted) went out at 9:25 P.M. on 18 August 2017

As of this writing, it is still unclear whether Kessler himself actually posted the tweet, which includes a link to the Nazi hate site Daily Stormer, (a source Kessler hadn’t typically quoted or referenced in previous tweets, despite his own avowed “pro-white” stance).

A few hours after that tweet appeared, in fact, Daily Stormer owner Andrew Auernheimer (aka “Weev”) claimed via Gab (another social media platform) that he had hacked Kessler’s Twitter account:

In subsequent tweets, Kessler (or whomever was controlling his account) “repudiated” the Heather Heyer post, blaming the outburst on stress, drugs, and alcohol:

Not long afterward, the account was locked, then completely deleted.

The controversy added another layer of intrigue to what appears to be an ongoing effort by Kessler’s former alt-right cohorts to isolate and discredit him in the wake of the disastrous Charlottesville event. A conspiracy theory floated by the likes of Alex Jones, Roger Stone, and others attempted to make the case that Kessler was an agent provocateur of the left (or the “alt-left“) and the violence-plagued rally was a “false flag” operation by George Soros and the so-called “deep state” to discredit the right and foment social unrest.

Apart from the fact that Kessler was at one time a Barack Obama supporter and evinced a passing interest in the Occupy movement, however, the grounds on which Kessler’s detractors have founded their attacks are demonstrably false: Kessler was never an employee of CNN (both CNN and Kessler confirmed this to us), for example, nor did he receive campaign consulting fees from a Democratic Congressional candidate in 2012, nor did he “suddenly” convert to an alt-right political stance when President Trump was elected.

The Heather Heyer tweet gave this group a new pretext for disavowing Kessler and pinning the Charlottesville debacle on everyone but the alt-right itself:

We reached out to Jason Kessler for comment, but he did not respond to our request. A spokesperson for Twitter, Inc. told us they can’t comment on the incident due to privacy restrictions.

To me, all of this is a big yawner. There is absolutely no reason on earth for me to care one way or another about whether mudshark Heyer is alive or dead. There’s no benefit to me to care about her or the feelings of her family. The only thing I care about is my extended white family, and our friends in the animal kingdom.

Liberals say that I should care about Mike Brown, Trayvon, Martin, Heather Heyer, and a host of other complete strangers whose lives offer me nothing. F*ck off liberals. A person only has so much altrusim. I’m saving mine for those who deserve it.

NOW THAT SHE’S GONE, THERE’S MORE FOOD FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. SUCH ALTRUISM TO SACRIFICE HERSELF ON THE HOOD OF A CAR.