The Best 'White Supremacist' Minority Protests From the Virginia Gun Rally You Won't See on the News
All day Monday the media tried to whip up fear and loathing by calling peaceful Americans of all colors and creeds "white supremacists," "white nationalists," "hate groups," and "militia groups," warning they would cause "violence" at the rally for Second Amendment rights in Virginia on Monday. Here's an absolutely mind-numbing montage of the kind of fake news pumped into every American living room today. Literally none of it happened. Not only was no one arrested, but they carried out their trash too. Monsters.
What did happen, however, was a huge show of minority support for the Second Amendment, including a very surprising and welcome show of support from the LGBT community.
There were several minorities carrying signs that read, "Do I look like a white supremacist to you?" and mocking the media lies.
I particularly like the shirts that say "Black Guns Matter."
And this from Townhall's Julio Rosas:
And who could forget this "white supremacist" demanding that everyone move out of his way? And check out the women there too.
It seemed that the only white supremacist that could be found in the whole crowd was Governor Northam.
I love this guy's hat.
I don't think I've seen another rally in America that I loved as much as this one. Great job, Virginia. Way to stick it to the fake news.
Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo,” and host of The Fringe podcast. Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter