Heather Heyer was the unfortunate victim killed during Saturday’s horrific events that took place in Charlottesville. Heather was only 32 and was hit by a Dodge Challenger driven by James A. Field Jr., of Ohio. The cowardly attack took place while Heather and many other protesters filled a narrow street and had nowhere to run. In addition to Heather being killed, 19 others were injured during the attack.

Heather Hayes worked for the past 5 years at Miller Law Group, a law firm that helps people going through bankruptcy. The firm’s president, Larry Miller said that Heyer had a gift for helping people facing financial disaster.

“She’d hold their hand and make sure they would get the stuff in timely, that way we wouldn’t have any issues,” Miller said. “She was really good that.” Heyer gathered and entered data for people filing for bankruptcy – a complex process that required expert attention to detail. As part of that work, she often helped comfort people facing fear and uncertainty.

“She was compassionate,” Miller continued. “A lot of times, people that are in a financial situation have gotten there not really because what they have done, but because of some of the circumstances around that. They a lot of times are embarrassed about having to do something like a bankruptcy, and Heather was always saying, ‘It’s going to be OK.’”

“She had a big heart for people,” he added.

While Heather Hayes heart was a deeply caring person, she got caught up in the violence that both sides were responsible for. It was a senseless tragedy, and the tragic events of Saturday are exactly what the left was hoping would happen. Liberals were looking for a martyr, and they got what they were asking for. Unfortunately for liberals, they didn’t expect for Heather Hayes’ mother to say what she did to President Trump after her daughter was killed.

Democrats were hoping for more of an outcry from those close to Heather, but were utterly shocked by Susan Bro’s words to the President after he condemned the violence created by both sides.

“Thank you, President Trump, for those words of comfort and for denouncing those who promote violence and hatred,” Susan Bro said in a statement, according to NBC News.

“My condolences, also, to the grieving families of the two state troopers and quick recovering for those injured,” she added

White supremacist groups joined in Charlottesville this weekend for a “Unite the Right” rally and to protest the removal of a Confederate statue. On Saturday, a man with ties to white supremacist groups drove into a crowd of anti-fascist protesters, killing Bro’s daughter, Heather Heyer, and injuring many others.

During an impromptu press conference, President Trump issued yet another stern warning to those who committed violence in Charlottesville over the weekend. “Justice will be delivered,” promised President Trump.

During an impromptu statement from The White House, President Trump attempted to clear up the nation’s comprehensions of his views calling out the “KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, and other hate groups as repugnant.”

Headlines from President Trump’s statement:

  • *TRUMP: IN WASHINGTON TO MEET WITH ECONOMIC TEAM
  • *TRUMP: RENEGOTIATING TRADE DEALS, DISCUSSING TAX REFORM
  • *TRUMP CALLS CHARLOTTESVILLE ATTACK ‘HORRIFIC’
  • *TRUMP: DOJ HAS OPENED CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATION
  • *TRUMP SAYS ‘JUSTICE WILL BE DELIVERED’ FOR CHARLOTTESVILLE
  • *TRUMP SAYS DISPLAY OF BIGOTRY, VIOLENCE HAS NO PLACE IN U.S.
  • *TRUMP SAYS HATE GROUPS ARE REPUGNANT TO AMERICAN IDEALS
  • *TRUMP SAYS KKK, NEO-NAZIS, WHITE SUPREMACISTS AND OTHER HATE GROUPS ARE REPUGNANT
  • *TRUMP: ALL PEOPLE ARE EQUAL UNDER U.S. CONSTITUTION
  • *TRUMP DENOUNCES VIOLENCE IN THE NAME OF BIGOTRY
  • *TRUMP: WILL SPARE NO RESOURCE TO RID U.S. OF VIOLENCE, FEAR

While many of us may disagree with Heather’s political views, most decent Americans will agree that she didn’t deserve to be killed. Our country was founded on the principles that people can have different views and whether we disagree with each other there is no reason to create violence if you disagree. Liberals should take a cue from Heather’s mother, Susan Bro, and instead of continuing the hate, we should all condemn both sides for the evil actions taken on Saturday in Charlottesville. There is no place for the division that has been created in our country by the elites.

It is sad that the masses have fallen for the age-old tactics of divide and conquer. Instead of fighting each other, we should unite and take on the real enemy who are the elites that have controlled the country for decades. One of the main reasons Trump was elected was his promise to drain the swamp. If we don’t wake up soon, this country will be facing a Civil War and that is exactly what Soros, Obama, and the Clintons all want. Thanks to their dangerous agenda, a woman is now dead and how many more have to die before the American people wake up?

H/T Gateway Pundit