Many people have theories on the Charlottesville rally and what went so massively wrong. We have heard from the Virginia State Police Spokeswoman Corrine Geller that Antifa was throwing soda cans filled with cement at the other side.
— Pat Ward (@WardDPatrick) August 12, 2017
We have also seen many live videos that show S.W.A.T. stepping into almost every altercation that day, but what we didn’t see was many of the regular police officers stepping forward to do much of anything. Earlier in the day a couple of officers did actually inform the early crowd via bullhorn that they had stand down orders and would not be intervening until given orders to do so.
— ACLU of Virginia (@ACLUVA) August 12, 2017
What we are not being told until now is that not only did they stand down, but they ran away as well.
According to Puppet Strings :
McKelway told FOX News viewers the police pulled out of Lee Park after the violence started. The police told him, “We’re leaving. It’s too dangerous.”
This was after violent Antifa terrorists launched an attack on the white supremacists.
Doug McKelway: “We are now beginning to hear criticism bubble up on all sides of this event about the initial slow response by the police. When I got out of my car yesterday in Charlottesville about 10:30 in the morning you knew this was a bad scene and bad things were going to be happening because people were congregating at Lee Park and Emancipation Park wearing helmets, body armor, carrying big heavy sticks.
Nobody was intent on peace here from either side. People were intent on causing havoc and causing damage. And even as wounded were being brought out of the park police were sitting idly by. I was standing off a cordoned off area where the police had set up as a staging area, the state police, and they said you can come in here this is a safe area. But when the tear gas started to fly, thrown by protesters, the police themselves began to evacuate then. I asked the guy who was in charge, “Where you going?” He said, “We’re leaving. It’s too dangerous.” They had a chance to nip this thing in the bud and they chose not to.”
It may now look like what the chaos in Charlottesville, Virginia may be last night, and it would be a Fox News reporter exposing that the Virginia State Police were ordered to stand down right before the chaos began. Now we have a case that Charlottesville was possibly completely stages, as it’s now being confirmed that the police in the area were ordered to stand down for some reason. Now what makes this point to a staged event in Charlottesville, is that the police in the area of the protest told Fox News reporter Doug McKelway that they were leaving before the violence went hot at the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, VA.
You have to also remember that the Virginia governor is a very close associate of the Clinton’s, so this report by this Fox News reporter likely points to this event being completely staged on both sides of the rally in Charlottesville, VA. We should probably all research if Dynacorp has an operation in the area of Charlottesville.
There is a lot about Charlottesville that is cause for concern, and just like anything else should be extensively and thoroughly looked through and researched to find the truth before anyone goes off half-cocked making assumptions. The rabbit hole always proves deeper by 100 miles once the facts are found.
Mainstream media has done a good job of furthering the problem and spreading the hate over the last couple days. It is refreshing to see one of the reporters give a real and full account of things that actually transpired that day. It probably isn’t easy for him to do in light of the information. We really need to work harder to get the truth out and not follow the rhetoric being spread around via social media and rag tag news channels. Turn the televisions off folks and actually research things for yourselves prior to attending.
Be smart, dig, and be aware. That is all we can do in light of these kind of things. Maintaining our stance is hard enough without horrible failed events like Charlottesville.
H/T [ Puppet Strings ]