Published: Mon, August 14, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Charlottesville mayor: There's a 'direct line' between Trump and white supremacist violence

Charlottesville mayor: There's a 'direct line' between Trump and white supremacist violence

Hundreds converged on downtown Chicago Sunday afternoon to denounce a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Va., that spiraled into deadly violence, one of multiple similar demonstrations unfolding across the country.

"This senseless act of violence rips a hole in our collective hearts", a statement from the Charlottesville city government said.

Mary Edly-Allen was part of the Indivisible Lake County group that gathered in Libertyville and took the train to the city to join Sunday's rally at Millennium Park.

"It is about politics in that political rhetoric in this country today is breeding bigotry", he said. "I feel like it's my responsibility as a white person to be out here". "We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation and. true affection for each other".

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President Trump's national security adviser, Gen. H.R. McMaster, who also appeared on the program, expressed a similar attitude toward the incident. She worked with me for 5 years and we just recently celebrated that accomplishment.

Heather Heyer, a paralegal with the Miller Law Group, was killed when a neo-Nazi drove his auto through a crowd of counter-protesters voicing their opposition to the racist rally. The attack, one of many violent actions perpetuated by KKK members, sympathizers, and racists at the rally, resulted in nineteen other injuries, although none others were killed.

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A woman who identified herself as Fields' mother says he told her he was going to the rally.

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Shortly after the auto incident, a Virginia State Police helicopter that officials said was assisting with the rally crashed outside Charlottesville, killing the pilot and a trooper.

Andrew Cuomo, the Governor of NY, today released a direct and combative petition aimed straight at President Donald Trump's insistence that there was violence "on many sides" of Saturday's deadly vehicular attack in Charlottesville, Virginia. She blamed him for, instead, giving fuel to the groups' hateful message.

In his statement responding to the deadly attack that left a 32-year-old woman dead, Trump blamed "many sides".

Alt-right movement leader Richard Spencer published a tweet interpreting Trump's Twitter statement as a criticism of the anti-fascist "antifa" movement, while white supremacist website the Daily Stormer wrote that Trump's press conference comments "were good", adding that there "was virtually no counter-signaling of us at all". On Saturday, a vehicle drove into a group of the anti-racist contingent, resulting in one fatality.

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"We can't normalize hate". Jason Kessler came out to speak Sunday afternoon outside Charlottesville City Hall but as soon as he opened his mouth, the gathered crowd chanted "shame" over and over again so it was nearly impossible to make out what he had to say.

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