Was “Unite the Right” a Soros-funded Psychological Operation? Was the goal to employ the “Pied Piper” strategy to damage the Republican brand by insinuating that Antifa goons disguised as Nazis represent the views of the entire Right Wing in America? (Is this what Creamer and Democracy Partners have been up to lately?)
This whole event feels staged.
Lets look at a few things:
Just seems to fake and fits the media narrative far to well.
The media and the left are continually losing all the time at everything, then all of the sudden everything fits their narrative one day. They have so much to report on now. How convenient.
This smells of Soros, Hillary and Obama!
This rally was allegedly held over in large part to a removal of a Robert E. Lee statue in town. So why are people with Nazi swastika flags even in attendance? Unless you know, the flags have that “fresh out of the package just unfolded” look to them that were handed out to the paid protesters.
Confederate, Nazi flags, White Hoods. Heil Hitler salutes by men dressed basically the same. What did you not see? American flags. Have you ever seen a Trump rally without an American flag?
Let’s trace this event back to its origins.
Start with the Wikipedia page:
It cites this article about expectations for the rally on 2017-07-21:
That article has a “related article link” back to 2017-06-05:
Read those articles, and you can see the origins. The original application was submitted by Jason Kessler, on behalf of “Unity and Security for America”.
The event was subsequently announced on Facebook by the “Traditionalist Workers Party”.
Hopefully, that’s enough breadcrumbs to get people started on finding the true origins of this “Unite the Right” rally.