In keeping with the advice of radical Democrat and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel — never let a good crisis go to waste — Virginia’s Governor Terry McAuliffe decided to pour gasoline on the flames of the Charlottesville violence and destruction last weekend, according to Virginia State Police officials.
In his effort to paint the violence as race hatred by whites, McAuliffe uttered politically-motivated lies about what happened in Charlottesville in much the same way his benefactors Bill and Hillary Clinton often do when addressing black audiences, according to New York Police detectives Lawrence Peltier and Steven Collier, who are following incidents of political unrest throughout the country.
One of the troubling questions that remains unanswered is why the police force stood down despite the obvious violence and potential for loss of life and destruction of private property? Were they ordered to stand down ala the Battle of Benghazi in Libya? Was it done so that assaults committed by Democratic Party ally Antifa would be covered up by the news media?
In an interview Monday on the Save the People podcast, hosted and produced by Black Lives Matter spokesman DeRay Mckesson, McAuliffe stated as fact that the white nationalists who entered Charlottesville city limits that weekend managed to hide weapons throughout the town.
“They had battering rams and we had picked up different weapons that they had stashed around the city,” McAuliffe said during the talk show. McAuliffe’s comments were picked up by other news outlets and spread through social media. But Corinne Geller, a spokesperson for the Virginia State Police, says that no such stashes were found.
In the second lie, McAuliffe tried to make the same case as with his first lie that the Nazis and supremacists were armed to the teeth. Somehow, McAuliffe forgot to mention that leftists brought guns to the counter protest with them.
“The governor was referencing the weapons and tactical gear the members of various groups attending the rally had on their persons,” Geller says. “I can assure you that the Virginia State Police personnel were equipped with more-than-adequate specialized tactical and protective gear for the purpose of fulfilling their duties to serve and protect those in attendance of the August 12 event in Charlottesville.”
McAuliffe claimed in an interview with The New York Times that law enforcement arrived to find a line of militia members who “had better equipment than our State Police had.” In longer comments that were later edited out of the Times‘ story, McAuliffe said that up to 80 percent of the rally attendees were carrying semi-automatic weapons. “You saw the militia walking down the street, you would have thought they were an army,” he said.