(Really long post, sorry I couldn't help it.) My fellow #whitepeople, if you are considering attending an #AltRight rally this weekend, don't. Please use that time to consider that you're wrong. That you are confused. No one is trying to get rid of "white history". We have written every other race's accomplishments out of the history books since forever, so #WhiteHistory is pretty much all we have. Fun fact: White people didn't build this country. We forced other races to do it for us. For no pay and horrible living conditions. And when they asked to be treated liked human beings, we fought them tooth and nail. And some of us STILL ARE. If you think that's something to pride yourself on, you need to take a nice long look at that. #blacklivesmatter#blm
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Repost from @denise13dd - #CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia–– #NoKillNation founder and #pitbulladvocate#DebiDay appears to have been among the self-described #FreedomKeepers,” #neoNazis, #KuKluxKlansmen, and other #altright” participants in “Unite the Right” protests held on August 11 and 12, 2017 against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee from a park in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia.
Facebook postings from Day herself and other “Unite the Right” participants, including video of allegedly armed marchers, appear to put her prominently on the scene at one of the largest #whitesupremacist events of the 21st century.The Charlottesville demonstrations culminated in three deaths on the second day. Heather D. Heyer, 32, a paralegal from Charlottesville who was protesting against the “Unite the Right” faction, was among at least 20 counter-protesters mowed down in a chain-reaction crash allegedly started by a speeding car driven by James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio. Nineteen other people were injured.
Virginia state troopers H.J. Cullen and Berke M. M. Bates were killed later in the day when their helicopter crashed for unknown reasons and burst into flame.Photos and video in which Day identified herself to alt-right videographer Johnny Dale Mcclung, of Biloxi, Mississippi, were posted on July 29, 2017, following an “Anti-Immigration March” in New Orleans.
Day, at both the Charlottesville and New Orleans events, appeared among the “Freedom Keepers.”