August 14, 2017
Is Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe culpable in Charlottesville riot?
First things first: Police have arrested James Alex Fields and charged him with second-degree murder in the vehicular homicide of an Alt-Left protester in Charlottesville. Assuming that a forensic investigation confirms the published videos of the vehicular homicide, that Fields is shown to be the driver, and that he is fairly convicted in a court of law beyond a reasonable doubt, he faces five to 40 years in prison, and he should get 40 years. Saturday night, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the FBI has opened a civil rights investigation into the circumstances of the crime. The FBI investigation faces a myriad of questions. One of the most important is whether or not there were accessories, accomplices, or co-conspirators. However, there are also much larger civil rights questions to be answered. The questions begin at the mid-morning riot, when Alt-Left fascists attacked Unite The Right demonstrators, who had a legal permit to assemble at...(Read Full Post)