Pissed Off Cop Protecting Guy With Confederate Flag Shuts Screaming Libs Up With 6 Words

An angry mob of unhinged Communist protesters surrounded and shouted down an armed man holding a Confederate flag who was just there to quietly honor his ancestors and salute a statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Tuesday.

In a heartbreaking video, you can clearly see the protesters, who clearly want more carnage, putting their disgusting middle fingers in the man’s face and screaming things like, “terrorist go home!” and, “racist go home.” A few minutes later two uniformed police officers show up to escort the lone man out of the area. They peacefully walk to the patrol car as the scumbag George Soros paid protesters followed them and keep flinging insults at the man. Keep in mind this man is armed and no one was hurt. Odd, considering the left keeps trying to tell us that black mean looking rifles kill people!

The best part of the whole ordeal was what one of the police officers said to a protestor who was insulting the man and filming him as he got into the patrol car. He looked at her and said “You want another day like Saturday, don’t you? You should be ashamed of yourself.” To which the woman is seen replying “That blood is on your hands, not mine.” Thankfully the police officer didn’t keep quiet to that comment and replied: “No, it’s not.”

Hot Air Reports:

NBC And The BBC: There Were Violent Left-Wing Protesters In Charlottesville

Both NBC News and the BBC have put out videos offering fact-checks on some of President Trump’s claims about what took place in Charlottesville. Both agree there were violent anti-fascist protesters who came to the protest looking for a fight. First, here’s NBC’s report.

“Since the weekend, witnesses have told us that in fact, both sides were antagonizing for a fight,” NBC’s Tom Costello says. Later, the report shows a clip of Trump’s Tuesday press conference in which he said, “What about the alt-left? What about the fact that they came charging…with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs?” Costello’s narration continues, “In fact, that’s true. Witnesses tell NBC News there were people on both sides who seemed ready for a fight and some counter-protesters were armed with clubs, some with pepper spray.”

The BBC published a similar look at the violence in Charlottesville and what Trump said about it. BBC reporter Joel Gunter, who was there Saturday, said, “The President said that the violence on Saturday was perpetrated by both sides.” After playing a clip of Trump’s press conference, Gunter continued, “Trump is right. There was violence on both sides. I saw counter-protesters throw bottles, rocks and paint and clash with the white supremacists. Both sides sprayed pepper spray.”

Gunter goes on to say that the “majority” of counter-protesters were “locals” who “didn’t want racism on their streets.” In other words, while it’s true that there were violent counter-protesters, there were also many who weren’t the sort of hard-core Antifa activists we’ve seen at many of these events. Some of the counter-protesters were just people who don’t like Nazis and white nationalists.

I’m pointing all of this out because there are many in the left-wing media still outraged that Trump suggested there was left-wing violence last weekend. But the truth is that there was, though it has to also be said that the left-wing violence didn’t include murder. The Nazi violence did.

While both of these clips back up a portion of what Trump said yesterday, they also criticize him for suggesting there were “very fine people” among the racist protesters. This seems fair to me. Trump could have said that in America even Nazis have a right to speak without being physically set upon. That would have been accurate. But that’s not the same as saying a torch-bearing, racist mob chanting anti-Semitic slogans contains some fine people. As the BBC’s Gunter says of the Tiki mob, “It’s hard to see how anyone on that march could be unaware of the clear racist overtones.”

Bottom line: There was violence on both sides as Trump suggested. Also, Nazis are not good people. In fact, they’re a disgrace to the greatest generation that fought to keep the world free of a horrible ideology. The BBC clip can’t be embedded but you can view the whole thing

Let me point out the obvious here. If the left wouldn’t be trying to remove our nation’s history Saturday would have never happened. But the biggest issue is that the left has been intimidating the right with their “protestor mob mentality” since the 1960’s, and they are now in awe and they just can’t fathom the fact that the right isn’t being silent anymore.

On Saturday both sides were fatally wrong, You don’t protest by chanting “We won’t be replaced by Jews,” and on the other side, you don’t protest other people’s right to free speech, even if that free speech offends you.

Please share if you agree history shouldn’t be learned from and not erased….

Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He’s worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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