The new President-elect is the new “alt-right” president-elect, and they are going to be in town.
The alt-righters are coming to town.
Trump, the alt-lites, the “alt right,” the white nationalists, and the fascists, and you.
It’s time to face the alt right.
That is the message coming from the alt left, who is also coming to a town called Charlottesville, Virginia, on November 11.
As we reported earlier this week, this is an event that the alt Right, the far Right, and their friends in the mainstream media are trying to avoid.
They don’t want to face Trump’s voters.
They want to play defense, and to keep the media from covering the event, the protests, and everything else that is going on in the United States today.
So what’s going on here?
There’s a lot of smoke, but the fire is still burning, the fire has been stoked.
At the end of September, a man named James Fields Jr. killed Heather Heyer, a counterprotester who was killed after he plowed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, a city of about 70,000.
Fields is a member of a white nationalist group called Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP), which has been associated with violent acts against Jews and other minorities, and with white supremacists and anti-Semites for decades.
He is also the grandson of a KKK grand wizard.
What is happening in Charlottesville?
The violent clashes between the white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and other groups are not limited to the streets of Charlottesville.
Thousands of people have been arrested in the city, and many have been charged with violent crimes.
A group called the “Unite the Right” rally has been set up in a park outside of the city’s downtown, where hundreds of neo-Nazi and white supremacist attendees are expected.
This rally is being organized by a man known as “Grand Wizard,” who is a neo-nazi and who claims to have ties to the KKK.
It’s the first rally of its kind in the U.S. since Trump was elected.
We can’t allow the alt Left to dictate our politics, our values, and our society.
It is time to reclaim our country, our identity, and turn the tables on the Alt Left.
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