Liberals will tell you they love free speech, but when it actually comes down to it they only like speech they agree with, as we saw in Charlottesville over the weekend.
Following the “Unite the Right” rally in the Virginia town – an protest against the removal of a Confederate statue – far-left fascists began identifying people in attendance at the rally for the purpose of “naming and shaming” them. Their intent is to destroy the lives of people with whom they disagree politically, and get them fired from their jobs, which has worked in at least one instance.
The Daily Mail is reporting that a leftist with the Twitter handle “Yes, You Are Racist” has been doxing the “Nazis” who were in Charlottesville, and their first victim was Cole White, a California resident who worked for Top Dog, LLC. After his name and image was spread across social media, his employer promptly terminated him from the company, without offering any real explanation.
More on the enraging acts from the Mail:
White was one of thousands who gathered for the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on Saturday – and one of many identified online.
The event, which was openly attended neo-Nazis and other hate groups, was ostensibly intended to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E Lee from the newly renamed Emancipation Park.
The park – formerly the Lee Park – became a focal point for right-wingers of all kinds, from gun rights activists to alt-right members, to out-and-out fascists.
Now some of those at the event are – like White – being targeted by online vigilantes who are using photographs from the event to try and identify them.
Another person identified by Yes, You’re Racist is Peter Cvjetanovic, 20, of Reno.
He was said to be the angry-looking torchbearer who marched through the University of Virginia on Friday night as part of the rally.
The student, an undergraduate studying history and political science, told KTVN he had traveled to the march ‘for the message that white European culture has a right to be here just like every other culture’.
It’s that message that the left is so outraged over. For them, everyone except white people can be proud of, and fear losing, their heritage, which is why the AntiFa thugs showed up by the busload with full battle gear on and started trouble with the otherwise peaceful protest.
Cvjetanovic explained further what his concerns truly are:
‘It is not perfect; there are flaws to it, of course. However I do believe that the replacement of the statue will be the slow replacement of white heritage within the United States and the people who fought and defended and built their homeland.
‘Robert E Lee is a great example of that. He wasn’t a perfect man, but I want to honor and respect what he stood for during his time.’
He added that he wasn’t the ‘angry’ person seen in the photos but defended his beliefs as ‘a white nationalist.’
‘I care for all people,’ he said. ‘We all deserve a future for our children and for our culture. White nationalists aren’t all hateful; we just want to preserve what we have.’
While none of us condone white supremacism or racism of any sort, the “Unite the Right” rally has been smeared into being something it wasn’t. The narrative has gone from the event being a conservative rally, to one full of “white nationalists,” to now it being about “white supremacy,” after the leftist media outright lied to the nation about what really happened there.
With that said, the doxing of people in attendance cannot, and should not, be tolerated. In America, we have the right to express our political views without repercussion, even if they’re unpopular views, and anyone seeking to infringe upon that right isn’t acting like an American, they’re acting like a fascist or communist.
Oddly enough, the very people committing these egregious acts are the same ones claiming to fight fascism.
Introspection just isn’t their thing.