Freedom Road Socialist Organization condemns white supremacist attack in Charlottesville

Freedom Road Socialist Organization condemns white supremacist attack in Charlottesville”

Disturbances began Friday night during a march through the University of Virginia.

State police and Charlottesville police in riot gear were stationed on side streets but were not in the most concentrated areas where protesters and counterprotesters were brawling. "What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives", he said. "So sad!" he tweeted.

A few prominent Republicans piled on and were more direct in their criticism.

"No matter our color, creed, religion, or political party, we are all Americans first".

"The white supremacists and their bigotry do not represent our great country".

Many staff members at UVA, including the mayor of Charlottesville, were upset with the white nationalists marching across campus. Steve Bannon has always had a platform to spew his hatred, whether through Breitbart news or his position as the White House Chief Strategist.

A lawyer for the family of a 16-year-old fatally shot by police outside an emergency youth shelter in Arkansas says her office is conducting its own investigation after a state prosecutor said the officers were.

According to local media reports, demonstrators shouted and threw bottles at the opposing groups.

President Donald Trump says there's "no place" in the United States for the kind of violence that's broken out at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.

By being equivocal, Trump also failed to follow the same self-proclaimed rules he used to hammer other politicians.

"Mr. President - we must call evil by its name", Republican U.S. Senator Cory Gardner, wrote on Twitter.

Addressing the fatalities that resulted from the day's events, McAuliffe again addressed those who he said "pretend" they are "patriots".

"There is only one side", tweeted former vice president Joe Biden.

Thirty-five people overall were treated for injuries by city personnel, Thomas said, and 14 of those were hurt in "individual engagements" as violence flared amid the white nationalist rally and counter-protests.

President Trump spoke Saturday as unrest grew from a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. "You're all among the best this nation produces", Trump tweeted.

State police swooped in with tear gas as one counter-protestor who was repeatedly pummeled with sticks and a metal pole was left bleeding profusely.

"These are radical Islamic terrorists and she won't even mention the word, and nor will President Obama", Trump said during an October 9 presidential debate.

- "Even as we protect free speech and assembly, we must condemn hatred, violence and white supremacy".

Earlier this year, the city voted to remove a controversial statute of Confederate General Robert E.Lee from a downtown park, sparking the confrontation. - Daily Stormer, a white supremacist website promoting the Charlottesville demonstration as part of its Summer of Hate edition. Eye-witnesses claimed the car had been deliberately driven into crowd but there was no official confirmation of that and the exact nature of the incident was unclear.

"Today's attack is not the result of 'many sides'- it's an act of domestic terrorism". No good comes from violence.

Police have not released the name of the person responsible for the crash nor have authorities confirmed if the suspect has been apprehended.

"This represents a turning point for the people of this country", Duke said.

'Because he said he's going to take our country back.

Both sides don't scream racist and anti-Semitic things at people with whom they disagree.

The city has become ground zero for white nationalist and other protesters, who faced larger counter-rallies in the past. They did the opposite of their job.

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