Only About A Dozen Sad Racists Showed Up At The Rally Today Because Their Group Was ‘Scared’ (IMAGES)

One year ago today, white nationalists marched in Donald Trump’s name, shouting Nazi-era slogans while holding Tiki Torches as they stormed the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather Heyer, an anti-racist demonstrator, was only 32-years-old when one of Trump’s supporters used his automobile as a weapon, and mowed her and others down. Today, the number of “Unite the Right 2” participants was just sad. Organizer Jason Kessler was expecting hundreds, but instead, fives of people showed up.”People are scared to come out after what happened last year,” said one of the alleged humans who did attend. Most of the 10-15 attendees had their faces covered, possibly because after last year’s jaw-dropping visual of Nazis marching on the streets of the U.S. in 2017, pictures circulated and the Internet uncovered their identities, then they were named and shamed, and shunned by society.

As it happens, Nazis just aren’t very popular. Unite the Right members told WUSA9 that their racist friends were too afraid to come to the rally today. By the way, the sad guy on the left holding the tiny ‘White Lives Matter’ sign should be easy to identify.

There was a very heavy police presence. The Nazis had to be escorted to and from the rally as thousands of counter-protesters descended on the area.

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And even after the rally, Kessler and his Nazi friends couldn’t even enjoy a meal in a restaurant if they wanted to. They were about as welcome as Sarah Huckabee Sanders was at the Red Hen. D.C. restaurants and bars were allowed to refuse to serve the Nazis, and many of them had signs out in front of their businesses literally telling them to fuck off.

Here’s one example out of many:

 

Rest in power, Heather Heyer.


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