Brief update on Unite The Right...

I am too saddened with grief to write very much about today's Unite The Right rally. I want to send my condolences to those who lost a loved one and all of the injured. This rally should not have happened in Emancipation Park. The space was too small, and the streets too narrow to arrange this safely for everyone. Let us not forget who refused to agree to move the location, Jason Kessler. He fought to keep the rally there, and the ACLU and the Rutherford Institute helped him win an injunction barring the city from moving it to the larger, and more accommodating McIntire Park. Following the rally, sadly, a person was killed, and 19 others were injured. Lest we also not forget all of those who had a duty to denounce these despicable Nazis and chose not to. For tonight, let us mourn the loss and tomorrow we can begin the great task of coming to terms with the Nazi reality we now face that must be dealt with. Sorry folks, ignoring the problem is not going to make it go away.

Restoring the honor!


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