VA Newspaper Uses Trump’s Own Words to Describe Charlottesville Protest
A daily newspaper in Virginia called The Daily Progress, used Trump’s words against him.
Trump’s warning of “fire and fury” was used to describe how the United States would respond to North Korea’s increased aggression.
But he probably wasn’t expecting it to be used to describe a white nationalists protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In Charlottesville last night, white nationalists had torches and were chanting, “White Lives Matter” as they marched onto the University of Virginia campaus.
The newspaper used these images and described it as “fire and fury.”
Now gathering around statue of Thomas Jefferson. Chanting 'white lives matter!' pic.twitter.com/16cruXn5d8
— Joe Heim (@JoeHeim) August 12, 2017
University of Virginia police broke up the gathering and police deemed it “unlawful assembly.”
— Allison Wrabel (@craftypanda) August 12, 2017
The protest is continuing this morning.
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— Mike Fox (@JustCallMeFoxy) August 12, 2017