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  • Re: America will face Riots, Marches, and Revolution

    He's still alive? No one shot him? lol
    Libertatem Prius!

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    • Re: America will face Riots, Marches, and Revolution

      Apparently there's been some sort of riot in Charlottesville, VA between some Antifa and "alt-right" groups.

      No idea really what's been going on since I was watching my DVR'd PowerNation shows and working on my truck.

      Just flipped on FNC for the first time in a while and they're covering it. Doing some reading to see what's happening.





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      • Re: America will face Riots, Marches, and Revolution

        Well, doesn't look like much is happening at the moment so I'm going to go back to working on my truck and catch up later tonight. Got things to do.

        Guess Gov. Terry McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency and called in the Guard. I think that's the quickest I've ever seen a governor do that. Any reason for a leftie to go all police state I guess...

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        • Re: America will face Riots, Marches, and Revolution

          Protesters Topple Confederate Statue In North Carolina

          August 14, 2017



          Protestors toppled a Confederate monument in Durham, N.C. on Monday night.

          Video posted to Twitter shows protestors surrounding the statue and chanting “No KKK! No fascists! USA” as several protestors appear to pull down the statue with a rope.




          WNCN reports the statue was dedicated in Durham in 1924 and was located in front of a local government building.

          The statue represented a soldier who fought in the Civil War and an inscription on the front read “The Confederate States of America.”

          One organizer of the protest told WNCN that toppling the statue was in response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. this weekend.

          “It needs to be removed,” organizer Loan Tran told the news station. “These Confederate statues in Durham, in North Carolina, all across the country.”

          The protest follows the “Unite the Right” rally in Virginia this weekend, where white supremacists, white nationalists and neo-Nazis gathered to protest the city of Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

          The rally quickly turned violent after a man drove his car into a group of peaceful counter-protestors, killing one and injuring at least 19.

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