Charlottesville Vice Mayor Says Alt-Right Should Be Jailed For 'Intimidating' MarchChris Menahan
Oct. 09, 2017
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City Councilor Wes Bellamy said alt-right rallygoers in Charlottesville should be charged with felonies for holding an "intimidating" march over the weekend.
From the Daily Progress:
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.”
[...]City Councilor Wes Bellamy called for the ralliers to be prosecuted. He cited section 18.2-423.01 of the Virginia Code, which states that "any person who, with the intent of intimidating any person or group of persons, burns an object on a highway or other public place in a manner having a direct tendency to place another person in reasonable fear or apprehension of death or bodily injury is guilty of a Class 6 felony."The "anti-racist" Bellamy has openly said he hates white people:
Journalist Nicholas Stix found last month that all five alt-righters who were arrested as a result of the last Charlottesville event "have been charged with felonies and jailed without bail," while the ten alt-lefters who were charged all got off on "trivial misdemeanors and are all free."
You might think this is what "systemic oppression" looks like -- but you'd be wrong.
Systemic oppression, as 49ers player Eric Reid said Sunday, is Vice President Mike Pence walking out on a football game because he opposes players kneeling.
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