In the heated controversy raging around the events in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend, a Vermont man has learned a valuable lesson – sticking up for someone whose views you don’t even agree with could result in a grim circumstance. He also found out the pitfalls of commenting on social media.
While the left-wing mainstream media and spineless Republicans excoriate President Donald Trump for correctly pointing out that both alt-right and alt-left have hateful people prone to violence, someone with common sense trying to bridge that gap almost wound up dead.
In ultra-liberal Burlington, Vermont, so-called “tolerant” people found it unacceptable for a local man to attend the Unite the Right rally. When they tried to get him fired and have his child taken away, an old friend stepped up to defend him on social media.
That’s when things deteriorated quickly. On the next page, find out the fascist manner in which so-called “anti-fascists” deal with people they don’t like or whose views they don’t approve of.