ACLU burns Kamala Harris after her ignorant ‘many sides’ in Charlottesville note

Given their shared liberal make up, it’s not often that U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris and the ACLU are going to find themselves on opposite sides of an issue.

The Democratic junior senator from California turned a blind eye to an army of Antifa antagonists in Charlottesville, Virginia, in her quest to exploit the violence seen in the city for political gain.

Black professor gets the difference between whites
who are tired of being browbeaten and real racists

With her sights set on President Donald Trump, Harris took to Facebook to take issue with him saying, “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides.”

Tying the phrase “many sides” to the struggles of the Civil Rights movement, the Democrat lawmaker insisted “there are not ‘many sides’ to this.”

But then, this narrative seemed to be the marching orders of the day, as former Vice President Joe Biden espoused a similar view on social media.

“There is only one side,” the life-long Democrat tweeted.

But it appears ACLU of Virginia didn’t get the memo, as the group shared a video on social media of brawling in the street, saying that “both sides were hitting each other.”

“Not sure who provoked first. Both sides were hitting each other at Justice Park before police arrived,” the caption read.

The group even went so far as to NAME the opposing sides: “The guy on the ground is a Unite the Right protester. Those in black and red are  protesters.”

And while it’s not often that an ACLU chapter will be propped up on the right, but the Virginia group shared a second video of fighting between white nationalists and the Antifa-led counter protesters, noting that police opted NOT to intervene.

There’s no signs of police as the fighting ensued.

The caption read: “Clash between protesters and counter protesters. Police says ‘We’ll not intervene until given command to do so.'”

Tom Tillison

Tom Tillison

Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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