Racist Charlottesville Deputy Mayor’s Statement About Whites Is Why Cops Were Forced To Stand Down During Riot

In the wake of the deadly riots in Charlottesville where white nationalists and anti-white fascist groups like Antifa & BLM battled each other, liberals and fake news media have been assailing Trump over what they perceived to be his “lackluster” condemnation of groups like the KKK and neo-Nazis.

President Trump condemned “bigots” on all sides in his speech to the nation following the riots.

He said:

We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence, on many sides. On many sides. It’s been going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. This has been going on for a long, long time.”

After Trump addressed the nation, liberals began melting down everywhere, calling Trump and all those who voted for him “racists,” which couldn’t be further from the truth.

Now, shocking new information has come in about one of the leaders of Charlottesville that proves Trump was right about there being “hatred on many sides,” and that it has been going on a “long, long time.”

The information also may explain why Charlottesville police stood down during the riot, and why they allowed Antifa & BLM to continue to march and attack the nationalists who were ordered to depart.

Charlottesville Deputy Mayor Wes Bellamy, a black man, used his Twitter account to make highly racist statements against whites over the years, and just now his Tweets are coming to light.

Check out some of his sick declarations:

Now we see where some of the problems lie.

The second in command of Charlottesville is a straight up anti-white racist!

Via True Pundit:

Charlottesville Deputy Mayor Wes Bellamy is on the hot seat again for a history of racially-charged, sexist and divisive posts on social media which are again attracting unwanted scrutiny for the officials who run the embattled Virginia town.

Bellamy stepped down from a post on the Virginia Board of Education after his Twitter history went public but he still serves as the deputy or vice mayor of Charlottesville, according to news reports.

With all the finger pointing about racial strife, hatred and responsibility coming from Charlottesville VA after a weekend of deadly rioting, perhaps the city needs to take a close look at its own officials and rhetoric before blaming all other parties.

Bellamy has apologized for the tweets, citing his youth and immaturity at the time. The Tweets, he said in previous public statements, do not represent who he is today.

CNN embraced Bellamy over the weekend, putting the deputy mayor on air to trash white supremacy and President Donald Trump and his administration. CNN Host Wolf Blitzer did quiz Bellamy on his personal history of racial Tweets. But Blitzer, in traditional CNN fashion, failed to ask Bellamy why he Tweeted such incendiary remarks but instead queries what he learned from the experience of being criticized for making inflammatory Tweets.

Since Bellamy’s Tweets have been discovered, we’ve been tracking his Twitter account. Deputy Mayor Bellamy changed his Twitter handle so that people couldn’t find it. His old handle was “@ViceMayorWesB.” It has been changed to @DrWesBellamy.

Here are screenshots of his account with his old name, and his new one. You can see he is addressed by other users as ViceMayorWesB, but when he responds it’s with his new name DrWesBellamy.

Now we know that Bellamy actually Tweeted those racist things about whites.

Look at this sick thing fake news CNN published about Trump’s statement that there was “bigotry on many sides.”

It’s hard to imagine a less presidential statement in a time in which the country looks to its elected leader to stand up against intolerance and hatred.

Picking a “worst” from Donald Trump’s statement — delivered from his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club — isn’t easy. But, the emphasis of “on many sides” — Trump repeated that phrase twice — is, I think, the low ebb.

Both sides don’t scream racist and anti-Semitic things at people with whom they disagree. They don’t base a belief system on the superiority of one race over others. They don’t get into fistfights with people who don’t see things their way. They don’t create chaos and leave a trail of injured behind them.

Arguing that “both sides do it” deeply misunderstands the hate and intolerance at the core of this “Unite the Right” rally. These people are bigots. They are hate-filled. This is not just a protest where things, unfortunately, got violent. Violence sits at the heart of their warped belief system.

But President Trump was right! As we can see, THERE IS HATE ON MANY SIDES! Deputy Mayor Bellamy is a bonafide anti-white racist, and CNN and other liberal rags won’t TOUCH IT!

What we want to know is if Deputy Mayor Bellamy’s anti-white racism had anything to do with the police standing down in Charlottesville during the riot that ended with the horrific killing of a counter-protester. Bellamy says that the racist things he said were “youthful indescretions” and that he has changed since 5 years ago, but you’ll never see him condemning violent, anti-white racist acts of BLM and Antifa!

Even the leftist ACLU noted that Charlottesville Police had no orders to stop the violence.

Many are questioning what really happened.

Officials in Charlottesville originally tried to cancel the rally permit of the nationalists. The ACLU actually SUED the city saying that that was an infringement of their right to free speech.

A federal judge agreed with the ACLU, and the rally was allowed to take place.

Now, even the ACLU is saying that Officials in Charlottesville PURPOSEFULLY had the police stand down so Antifa and BLM would cause violence, and the nationalists’ rally could be declared an “unlawful assembly.

Basically the mayor, deputy mayor, and police chief were going around the federal judge!

Read what the ACLU of VA had to say about what happened at the rally:

“It is the responsibility of law enforcement to ensure safety of both protesters and counter-protesters.

The policing on Saturday was not effective in preventing violence. I was there and brought concerns directly to the secretary of public safety and the head of the Virginia State Police about the way that the barricades in the park limiting access by the arriving demonstrators and the lack of any physical separation of the protesters and counter-protesters on the street were contributing to the potential of violence. They did not respond.

In fact, law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an ‘unlawful assembly’ and clear the area.”

Did the Democrat leaders (the mayor & vice-mayor) of Charlottesville and the police chief allow the violence to continue unabated? All three of these officials work together, and the Deputy Mayor is a KNOWN anti-white racist. Did they collude to allow Antifa & BLM to commit acts of violence against the nationalists?

The Police Chief says he regrets his decisions during the riot. I bet!

All of this could have been avoided! Now we want to know if the leaders of Charlottesville are ALL anti-white racists.

President Trump was right to condemn “ALL sides” because as we can see, the Democrats are turning out to be the biggest racists of all!


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