Mainstream media has jumped from constant coverage of Trump-Russia relations to never ending talk of white supremacy.
Democrats are in clear control of the news reports and therefore the media coverage surrounding the white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia are flooding the airwaves. These reports have American’s believing false information surrounding the political beliefs of the white nationalist leader, Jason Kessler, claiming his actions are a result of extreme Alt-right behavior. In reality, Kessler has been a Democrat up until 2013 with no evidence to support this claim until 2016. On top of that, Kessler was a known Obama Supporter and Occupy Wall Street activist.
Many conservatives, as well as libertarians and right-leaning individuals, have long wondered why white supremacy hate-groups are labeled “right-wing.”
After all, one could read everything written by Edmund Burke, William F. Buckley, Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell, and find no reference to any supremacy of one group over others based on the color of that group’s skin.
Daily Wire reports:
Jason Kessler, the man who helped organize Saturday’s white nationalist “Unite the Right” event that erupted in violence, has come under the national spotlight because of his role in the ultimately deadly event and his subsequent need to flee a press conference after being attacked. According to some persistent “rumors,” prior to his rise to prominence on the far-right, Kessler embraced the far-left Occupy Wall Street movement and was an Obama supporter.
As Rightwingnews.com reports:
Kessler did not become a white supremacist until November of 2016. The timing all by itself is fishy here. He didn’t start his new cause until AFTER Donald Trump was elected President. He also took $1,320 as a consulting fee from a Democratic candidate running for the Senate in 2012. He’s pro-abortion, an environmentalist, a non-interventionist, pro-equality and an atheist, among other things. This guy sounds like someone that should be looked into. I find it very suspicious that a leftist would suddenly join a hate group to stir up chaos on our streets. Or maybe not so much.