Now here is a "still" of the instant when Fields' car was hit - note the plates, it is his car.
Are they the same scene? Between the video and the picture, compare the stances of the striker, the knee-length pants, shoes and socks, baggy shirt, flagpole, the man standing on the other side of the road. They are the same scene.
This post, because it is a long one, will continue after the jump break, so..
Whoever that person is who hit Fields' car behaved in a manner that has been typified by antifa and others who make it a practice to block and/or attack cars. Let's take a look at some of the background of antifa, shall we?
To further demonstrate their class, or lack thereof, antifa activists crashed Heather Heyer's funeral yesterday, armed with bats and shields. Aren't they just charming?
The next post is that from another who was in attendance (pardon the language). He shows the police in riot gear and shows the police ushering the alt-right into the midst of the leftwing contingent. Right there was a recipe for disaster, and disaster most assuredly occurred.
I'm going to post a number of links to various accounts of what happened last weekend. For the record, I don't necessarily subscribe to all their commentaries, but think that the evidence they present (much of it visual) is enough to demonstrate that leftists were definitely manipulating the situation in Charlottesville in an attempt to besmirch conservatives and those who want to remain faithful to our nation's history. They wanted the violence. Did they intend the murder? They certainly knew there would be personal injuries; in fact the leftists inflicted much of them. The responsibility for the death this weekend can be laid at their feet, and that includes the mayor of Charlottesville and the governor of Virginia. These details need to be noised abroad, before Jason Alex Fields becomes their designated scapgoat. Here are the links and they will conclude this post.
- Hecklers' veto (Read all four parts)
- Press conference given by chief of Charlottesville police (Pay close attention at the 10:35 mark)
- First-hand account of being shoved into antifa mobs
- Other first-hand accounts from witnesses of varying political convictions
- Charlottesville police told to stand down?
- Questions regarding Jason Kessler, organizer of the Unite the Right rally (here, here here)