Jason Kessler Refiles Charlottesville Lawsuit

As with Augustus Invictus’s presidential campaign, it is good to see someone fighting back for a change rather than holding Blompf’s beer and rolling over and losing multiple lawsuits.

Daily Progress:

“Exactly two years after the Unite the Right rally, the lead organizer of the deadly white supremacist event has again filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Charlottesville and various officials alleging a violation of his First Amendment rights.

Kessler voluntarily dismissed an earlier lawsuit that similarly claimed his First Amendment and 14th Amendment rights were violated.

The most recent iteration of the lawsuit drops the claim that Kessler’s 14th Amendment rights were violated and adds new defendants and plaintiffs.

In addition to Kessler, the lawsuit adds David Matthew Parrott as a plaintiff. Parrott was formerly the spokesman of the now-largely defunct Traditionalist Worker Party and, along with Kessler, is a defendant in a separate lawsuit filed by area residents against key organizers of the rally. …”

I fully support this lawsuit. I encourage you to support it as well.

I didn’t support the Unite The Right 2 rally because I have grown skeptical of activism in the Blompf era (no effort has been made to rein in the Democratic cities issuing stand down orders), but a federal lawsuit against Charlottesville should have been our focus from August 2017.

Not continuing with the college speaking tour.

Not flash rallies which no one cares about.

Not organizing a Unite The Right 2 rally.

Not spending a whole year arguing over optics.

Not campaigning to elect more conservatives who are puppets of Jewish billionaires.

The fallout from Charlottesville was badly mishandled. We should have said nothing publicly and calmly started working on our own lawsuit.

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13 Comments

  1. I think flash rallies have their place. I thought we sent a powerful message when we held a flash rally in Charlottesville not long after the UtR fiasco. Flash rallies can be good for building camaraderie and showing the public that we’re not abandoning the field completely. League of the South certainly proved that when they held several rallies in the mid 2010s.

    I don’t think the movement should return to the strictly cyber-activism only era. That era was pretty depressing.

    But I agree that legal warfare should have been our main priority in 2017. Hopefully we can make up for lost time.

    • “I think flash rallies have their place. I thought we sent a powerful message when we held a flash rally in Charlottesville not long after the UtR fiasco.” You mean when Spencer’s now defunct group sang a half-assed version of Dixie in front of a tarp? Please. At least tear the damn tarp down ffs.

      • Police were monitoring the group the entire time. I don’t think that would have been sound.

        The whole point of that rally was to prove that the AltRight does not commit violence.

        No antifa = peaceful AltRight rally. I think that was an effective message.

  2. You can’t support this without exposing yourself to unwarranted risk.

    You’re kidding yourself if you think this case would ever go his way in a corrupt system.

    Set your sights locally. Thats where the bang for your buck can still be found.

    Kessler is tainted as a brand.

    • I agree, you’d have to be something of a fool to believe you’re going to get justice in ZOG’S legal sysyem.

      • From what I understand the jewish go shopping/searching for judges with the political bias that will give them the result they want. The right can do the same thing.

        • Alas, my mentor and friend died over 8 years ago. He was a Municipal Court Judge in the People’s Republic of Columbus, Georgia. He was friends with Dr.William Pierce and a long-standing member of the National Alliance. RIP Haywood Turner. Godspeed…….

  3. Not flash rallies which no one cares about.

    I seem to recall someone around here pushing these as a great idea.

  4. Excellent – but why not sue the whole state of Virginia? That scumbag of a governor McAuliffe and the state pigs conspired right along with the C’ville commies to deny the UTR boys their rights and get them attacked.

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