The mother of Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman who was killed at a white nationalist rally in Virginia, has issued a defiant response to the rally attendees. "They tried to kill my child to shut her up," Susan Bro told the crowd gathered at her daughter's memorial service. Ms Heyer died protesting the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.
Presidents George W. and George H.W. Bush — the only two living former Republican presidents — released a joint statement Wednesday on the white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend. "America must alwaysShow More Summary
One of the lead organizers of the Charlottesville white nationalist rally has been identified as a former Marine, one who apparently began leading his white nationalist organization while he was still in the U.S. Marine Corp. From CNN: The...Show More Summary
The Latest on a memorial service for the woman killed when a car rammed into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally (all times local): Noon The mother … Click to Continue »
Facebook has banned the Facebook and Instagram accounts of a white nationalist who attended the rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that ended in deadly violence. Facebook spokeswoman Ruchika Budhraja tells The … Click to Continue »
The Nazi support for Donald Trump may never be higher, but the rest of the world continues to revere Barack Obama. The former president took to Twitter on Saturday following the white nationalist rally that broke out into violence and took the lives of three people. Video: Late Night Hosts Rip Trump's Latest 'Both Sides' Comments The tweet, [...]
All four of Baltimore’s Confederate statues were removed overnight, just days after a white nationalist rally erupted into chaos and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Shane Savitsky, Axios: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement this morning condemning white nationalist groups after news of a planned far-right rally in his home state of Kentucky, saying that their ideologies "should...Show More Summary
A few weeks before violence erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, Brendan Novak wrote an opinion piece in The Cavalier Daily arguing that "Unite the Right" rally organized by white nationalists should occur. Novak, an editor at the University...Show More Summary
By Jeff Mason NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump unabashedly insisted on Tuesday that both left- and right-wing extremists resorted to violence during a weekend rally by white nationalists in Virginia, and that some present were peacefully protesting plans to remove a Confederate monument when the upheaval began. Show More Summary
Four Confederate monuments were quietly removed in Baltimore, Maryland overnight early Wednesday to avoid violence, after a White nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia turned deadly on Saturday. The statues — including tributes...Show More Summary
This short documentary lets you see a white nationalist rally, as organized from the inside. The post WATCH: A Film Crew Documented the Entire Weekend in Charlottesville, and It Is Chilling appeared first on RedState.
Social media users pushing to expose the white nationalists who held a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend hastily doxxed a man who was over 1,000 miles away from the event, the New York Times reports. The rally, which was organized to protest the removal of a Confederate statue in the city honoring Gen. Show More Summary
The predawn removal of four monuments comes days after white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville.
In the wake of this past weekend's violence at a Neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, many people have called for white nationalist publication The Daily Stormer to face consequences for its role in the rally and the hateful article it published afterward. Show More Summary
Politicians and celebrities alike came out on social media to condemn Trump's remarks that “both sides” are to blame for the deadly violence at the Charlottesville, Virginia white nationalist rally.
In the wake of the white nationalist rally held Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the president’s apparent inability to pick a side in the Nazis vs. humans debate, many people are struggling to make sense of the world during seemingly senseless times. Show More Summary
Confederate monuments in Baltimore were quietly removed and hauled away on trucks in darkness early Wednesday, days after a violent white nationalist rally in Virginia that was sparked by plans to take down a similar statue there.
City and state officials across the US are stepping up their efforts to remove Confederate monuments in the wake of the violence and chaos that gripped Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend during a white nationalist rally. David Duke...Show More Summary
Hours after President Donald Trump praised the "fine people on both sides" at the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, to the shock of, well, many, and happiness of others, noted Trump antagonist Michael Moore brought his...Show More Summary