[WATCH] NEW FOOTAGE of Charlottesville Raises Major Questions


[WATCH] NEW FOOTAGE of Charlottesville Raises Major Questions

In America, we live with certain inalienable rights.  Among them, is the right to be innocent until proven guilty.

Although James Alex Fields, Jr. is guilty of taking a human life, he still has the right to a trial.  Before the mob overtakes him, new evidence has emerged that raises questions as to why his car plowed into the crowd of anti-protestors.

Recently, video footage released shows the moments before the car accelerated into the crowd.  Initially, the Dodge Charger seems to be moving slowly.  Suddenly, a baseball bat or a flag pole hits the car in the rear bumper.

After that, the unfortunate sequence of events that took Ms. Heyer’s life occurred.

Reports from Charlottesville say that multiple cars were targeted in this way from the counter-protestors.  A reporter named Taylor Lorenz was on scene.  After the collision, she says that attacks continued – one happened on herself.

If you watch the earlier part of my stream you can see anti-right wing chasing after a Lexus and throwing rocks, bottles, a shoe. This car was not the one that mowed people down. That was a different grey car. Anyway, several police officers at the station here think the guy running people down wasn’t malicious. They said the driver was scared.

The sad truth is a life was taken that day, but perhaps there was an alternate sequence of events.

Time will tell what happens when James Alex Fields, Jr. makes his testimony.  For the people who oppose fascism: practice what you preach.  Regardless of his stance, this man deserves the right to a fair trial.

Thoughts and prayers still go to all the victims involved in this incident.

Watch the video before the incident:

And then watch the terrifying aftermath:

Draw your own conclusions, and let us know what you think happened in the comments below.

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