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The Hill reports the 'breaking' news that the White House has approved the public release of the MEMO. The MEMO was crafted by staff of the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). From an earlier report ...
A few perspectives on the white nationalist "road rage" incident in Charlottesville, Virginia. US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions called the vehicular homicide a clear case of "domestic terrorism." Youtube sensation Mike Cernovich: "Civil War is here! #Charlottesville." Townhall columnist takes a swing at Presidential equivocation: "The Charlottesville Dystopia: Dark Souls, Tested Principles, and Presidential Weakness." Cernovich again: "President Trump Delivers a Statement." A thread introduced by OL's foremost thought leader MSK, who did not (yet) mention the murder/road rage victim** (kind of a 'sanitizing' operation?): [editing between laptop and tablet. Will unlock the thread when I finish adding some 'brawling' videos ...] Here is a tweet with embedded video. Keep your eye on the stout fellow with long grey hair. He appears to direct a charge into a crowd of 'counter-protesters.' The same fellow, tentatively identified as Michael Tubbs, appears to lead the beating of a defenseless man: Tubbs has a history of violence. ____________ ** still no mention of the murdered woman, nor the injured, not a word, because ... George Soros. It took the US President two days to denounce the KKK and neo-Nazis. I won't hold my breath waiting for our forum leader to write a few words about James Alex Fields, the alleged terrorist. "The white power dudes are stupid and talk tough, and you will find a deranged individual or so among them, but they are not destructive in the sense the race riot people under President Obama were." Domestic terrorism, said AG Sessions. "Not destructive," says our forum leader ... "Tracking 101." Yeesh. ++++++++++++++++++++ Interesting perspective from the III% (aka the Three Percenters) who supplied some faux-military protection during part of the events in Charlottesville.